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        • london, london
        • contract
        • £289 - £460 per day
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        The role is to assist the Hedging Units (in Europe) during the transition of Hedge Relationships from IBOR to RFRs. This includes planning transition, changing hedge documentation, following transition processes, and application of transition controls. There will also be the testing and implementation of system / process changes resulting from the introduction of the RFRs. The role will also involve enhancing Product Controls interaction through collaboration with the wider Finance working group, Group Accounting Policy (GAP) and external stakeholders. Apply changes in external accounting, regulatory and legal requirements that will have an impact on the Hedge Accounting for the Group.Plan and coordinate the execution of transition tradesAnalyse requirements for the delivery of a suitable Hedge Accounting framework in line with existing or new Group accounting policies.Formulate and recommend specific actions to be undertaken providing detailed practical guidance on implementation of the policies and accounting framework.Follow and update all relevant Key Controls that have been embedded as part of the delivery to support a robust and sustainable framework.Provide support to the Finance working group and other ad-hoc working groups.Co-ordination of Product Control's transition plan. The successful applicant will be a key member who will contribute to the relevant subject matter expert ('SME') teams within Product Control and GHU and will liaise with senior stakeholders in the IBORs transition project. Major Challenges (inherent in the role that require a continual test of the role holder's abilities)Accounting Complexity - Stringent accounting rules for the different types of hedges which need to be complied with to ensure that the results of hedging are accurately reflected in the accounting records.Ongoing Monitoring - Complex testing processes are required to be performed and evidenced throughout the life of the hedge.Challenging deadlines to deliver "IBOR" transition, analysis and documentations and meet regulatory requirements. Strong understanding of the "IBOR" transition impact on Valuation, P&L and Accounting IT systems.Communication across numerous teams and functions - PC, Finance Change and IT, Front office and GAP.Effective leveraging of resources to ensure that internal and regulatory expectations can be met whilst maintaining appropriate control standards. Rapid escalation for issues as they arise. The candidate should possess the following skills and experience:Accounting, business or relevant degree qualification or equivalent experience.Understanding the operation, risk and accounting of banking products, including good knowledge of financial instruments and practices (if not held at start, rapid accumulation of this knowledge is required);Knowledge and experience of applying IFRS accounting standards in practical business situations;Self-motivated, proactive and delivery focused, but who is also able to demonstrate strategic vision and a strong ability in problem solving.Excellent analytical and communication skills, both written and verbal; specifically, to present and document requirements in a clear and concise manner appropriate to the audience.Team player with positive service attitude with an understanding of the project lifecycle and an understanding of risks and issues and when and how they should be escalated.Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        The role is to assist the Hedging Units (in Europe) during the transition of Hedge Relationships from IBOR to RFRs. This includes planning transition, changing hedge documentation, following transition processes, and application of transition controls. There will also be the testing and implementation of system / process changes resulting from the introduction of the RFRs. The role will also involve enhancing Product Controls interaction through collaboration with the wider Finance working group, Group Accounting Policy (GAP) and external stakeholders. Apply changes in external accounting, regulatory and legal requirements that will have an impact on the Hedge Accounting for the Group.Plan and coordinate the execution of transition tradesAnalyse requirements for the delivery of a suitable Hedge Accounting framework in line with existing or new Group accounting policies.Formulate and recommend specific actions to be undertaken providing detailed practical guidance on implementation of the policies and accounting framework.Follow and update all relevant Key Controls that have been embedded as part of the delivery to support a robust and sustainable framework.Provide support to the Finance working group and other ad-hoc working groups.Co-ordination of Product Control's transition plan. The successful applicant will be a key member who will contribute to the relevant subject matter expert ('SME') teams within Product Control and GHU and will liaise with senior stakeholders in the IBORs transition project. Major Challenges (inherent in the role that require a continual test of the role holder's abilities)Accounting Complexity - Stringent accounting rules for the different types of hedges which need to be complied with to ensure that the results of hedging are accurately reflected in the accounting records.Ongoing Monitoring - Complex testing processes are required to be performed and evidenced throughout the life of the hedge.Challenging deadlines to deliver "IBOR" transition, analysis and documentations and meet regulatory requirements. Strong understanding of the "IBOR" transition impact on Valuation, P&L and Accounting IT systems.Communication across numerous teams and functions - PC, Finance Change and IT, Front office and GAP.Effective leveraging of resources to ensure that internal and regulatory expectations can be met whilst maintaining appropriate control standards. Rapid escalation for issues as they arise. The candidate should possess the following skills and experience:Accounting, business or relevant degree qualification or equivalent experience.Understanding the operation, risk and accounting of banking products, including good knowledge of financial instruments and practices (if not held at start, rapid accumulation of this knowledge is required);Knowledge and experience of applying IFRS accounting standards in practical business situations;Self-motivated, proactive and delivery focused, but who is also able to demonstrate strategic vision and a strong ability in problem solving.Excellent analytical and communication skills, both written and verbal; specifically, to present and document requirements in a clear and concise manner appropriate to the audience.Team player with positive service attitude with an understanding of the project lifecycle and an understanding of risks and issues and when and how they should be escalated.Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        • london, london
        • permanent
        • £50,000 - £58,000 per year
        • randstad accountancy & finance
        We are excited to be partnering a global American consumer business which prides themselves on quality of their goods and services, as well as their inclusive culture. Based in West London, the role is great for an ambitious and self-motivated individual who strives in a high-performing environment. What you will doReporting to the FP&A manager for EMEA, you will prepare budgets, forecasts based on analysis of the region, and prepare management reports providing relevant insights to the senior leadership team. You will look at drivers and key metrics of the business, partner with and challenge stakeholders across the region, and provide recommendations where you see opportunities for growth and potential cost savings. You will advise on strategic plans for EMEA, consolidate and prepare presentation packs and present to the senior leadership team.You will also support with and provide recommendations to improve existing systems and processes.This is a role with good development opportunities. You will be working with stakeholders within finance, across the business regionally and with US headquarters. Key skills and experienceQualified Accountant (eg. ACA, ACCA, CIMA)Relevant FP&A experience in industryPrior audit and/or transactions advisory experience in a reputable practice firm will be an advantageExcellent communication skillsAbility to start on short notice Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        We are excited to be partnering a global American consumer business which prides themselves on quality of their goods and services, as well as their inclusive culture. Based in West London, the role is great for an ambitious and self-motivated individual who strives in a high-performing environment. What you will doReporting to the FP&A manager for EMEA, you will prepare budgets, forecasts based on analysis of the region, and prepare management reports providing relevant insights to the senior leadership team. You will look at drivers and key metrics of the business, partner with and challenge stakeholders across the region, and provide recommendations where you see opportunities for growth and potential cost savings. You will advise on strategic plans for EMEA, consolidate and prepare presentation packs and present to the senior leadership team.You will also support with and provide recommendations to improve existing systems and processes.This is a role with good development opportunities. You will be working with stakeholders within finance, across the business regionally and with US headquarters. Key skills and experienceQualified Accountant (eg. ACA, ACCA, CIMA)Relevant FP&A experience in industryPrior audit and/or transactions advisory experience in a reputable practice firm will be an advantageExcellent communication skillsAbility to start on short notice Randstad Financial & Professional encourage applications from individuals of all ages & backgrounds. Appointment will be made on merit alone but candidates must be able to demonstrate their ability to work in the UK. Randstad Financial & Professional acts as an employment agency for permanent recruitment & an employment business for temporary recruitment as defined by the Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Business Regulations 2003
        • london, london
        • work from home - contract
        • £200 - £235 per day
        • randstad business support
        JOB TITLE: Finance AnalystSTART DATE: May 2021END DATE: 4 MonthsPAY RATE: £237 PAYE Day Rate LOCATION: Remote (Preferably South East) The Client Specialising in the cosmetic luxury goods market, this large corporate multinational has an extensive product range consisting of luxury skincare, fragrances and much more. They are a global business selling products worldwide. The company's success during the corona virus pandemic has accelerated growth plans across all departments with demand continuing to increase. The Project The Global Finance Manager would like additional support getting through month end. The business is experiencing continued success this year and would like someone to assist in the forecasting and budgeting of the marketing, communications and education departments. This would involve supporting the finance manager with the completion of monthly re-bills processes, working alongside cost centre owners to complete monthly and quarterly estimate cycles and support in validation of regional estimate submission. The Candidate Having connections with other departments, the ideal candidate will be communicating and forecasting budgets for the relevant teams. A four month contract has been agreed for the candidate to start working on the forecasts independently with the relevant teams. This provides the perfect opportunity for someone looking for a short term contract. What we are looking for: ACCA, ACA or CIMA qualificationExperienced business partnering approachManagement accounting background A strong communicatorPassionate about luxury goodsRandstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.
        JOB TITLE: Finance AnalystSTART DATE: May 2021END DATE: 4 MonthsPAY RATE: £237 PAYE Day Rate LOCATION: Remote (Preferably South East) The Client Specialising in the cosmetic luxury goods market, this large corporate multinational has an extensive product range consisting of luxury skincare, fragrances and much more. They are a global business selling products worldwide. The company's success during the corona virus pandemic has accelerated growth plans across all departments with demand continuing to increase. The Project The Global Finance Manager would like additional support getting through month end. The business is experiencing continued success this year and would like someone to assist in the forecasting and budgeting of the marketing, communications and education departments. This would involve supporting the finance manager with the completion of monthly re-bills processes, working alongside cost centre owners to complete monthly and quarterly estimate cycles and support in validation of regional estimate submission. The Candidate Having connections with other departments, the ideal candidate will be communicating and forecasting budgets for the relevant teams. A four month contract has been agreed for the candidate to start working on the forecasts independently with the relevant teams. This provides the perfect opportunity for someone looking for a short term contract. What we are looking for: ACCA, ACA or CIMA qualificationExperienced business partnering approachManagement accounting background A strong communicatorPassionate about luxury goodsRandstad Business Support is acting as an Employment Business in relation to this vacancy.

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