Manchester, Greater Manchester
£43000 - £48000 per annum + Bonus, Pension
over 1 year ago
Excellent opportunity to join a modern, entrepreneurial business based out of their impressive offices in Manchester. They are a High Growth business that has increased revenue by 50% and headcount by 16% in the last 12 months alone. They have a great culture of which they pride themselves on and offer numerous socials for staff to mix throughout the year. They boast an onsite gym with a free PT as well as great views from a roof top terrace.
Reporting to the Head of Financial Reporting, the successful Statutory Accounts Manager will have an integral role in shaping and developing the Group's reporting, processes and policies as a FTSE 250 business. You will be responsible for the statutory and regulatory reporting for the Group, including the preparation and review of the Group and subsidiary financial statements, ensuring their compliance with appropriate GAAP and IFRS, together with the Group's regulatory reporting for the FCA. You will be able to demonstrate the ability to build strong relationships at all levels with a proven ability to work credibly at the most senior levels, including Board. Duties include;
Financial and regulatory reporting
- Preparation of the annual Group consolidated financial statements and half year results under IFRS
- Review of the annual subsidiary financial statements under FRS101
- Assist in the preparation of the reporting calendar & timetable for the annual and half year results
- Work with the Group's external auditors to deliver an efficient audit to timetable
- Review and coordination of all supporting documentation and audit schedules
- Produce internal technical papers and guidance for new standards and business change
- Ensure compliance with group policies and accounting standards
- Maintaining and improving systems, processes and controls
- Preparation of the regulatory returns and reporting for the FCA
- Oversee the production of monthly management information for the business review - capital resource positions for all regulated companies, intercompany recharge process and reconciliation and consolidation adjustments
- Review consolidated and subsidiary month-end files
- Submission of the Group's confirmation statements and other company secretarial forms
- Manage correspondence of shareholder transactions, including the payment of dividends
- Manage the accounting for the Group's share option schemes
- Oversee the share scheme exercise process
- Support legal director with share transactions and other ad-hoc tasks
The successful candidate will be a technically strong, ACA/ACCA qualified accountant with staff management exposure and a preference for someone with PLC exposure either from Audit or within Industry. You will be an excellent communicator both written and verbal.
In return you will benefit from a great working environment and developing within a business that is listed in The Sunday Times 100 Best Companies. You will receive continued training and development, Bonus, Pension etc etc.
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