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Finance Manager Jobs in City of London

Finance Managers are responsible for all aspects of Accounting and Finance across a business and manage various members of staff; credit controllers, accounts payable clerks and accounts assistants. 

 

Key responsibilties of a Finance Manager:

  • Full Management accounts preparation
  • Play a key part in board pack presentation - updating senior board members on company position and review of outcomes
  • Budgeting and Forecasting for key company developments
  • Business partner Group FC in review of key company KPI's and analysis
  • Variance analysis
  • Ad hoc analysis responsibilities business partnering Group FC and company FD
  • Oversee full Statutory accounts preparation

Desired Skills and Experience of a Finance Manager:

  • ACA / ACCA / CIMA at least part qualified.
  • Degree in Economics / Accountancy & Finance or similar is preferable.
  • High level of commercial and business awareness.
  • Ability to work successfully as part of a team.
  • Strong attention to detail in business plans.
  • Problem solving skills and the ability to influence and motivate others.

The City of London is the hub of business activity in London and is the is one of the central business districts of the world. 

It is known as 'the square mile' because it is 1.12 square miles in area. It contains several professional services centres including Insurance, Legal and of course, Finance. 

Liverpool Street and Bank are closest to the insurance activity which is centred around the Lloyd's building near Leadenhall Market. 

Temple and Chancery Lane are all close to the Legal inns of court and are also inside the boundaries of the square mile. 

Other non-sector specific areas in the City of London are St. Paul's and Blackfriars, close to both of these are various famous roads such as Old Bailey which is home to the Central Criminal Court and the historic newspaper publishing hub, Fleet Street. 

The areas closest to the River Thames are Monument, which commemorates the Great Fire of London and Tower Hill in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets.