1. Permanent
£120,000 - £150,000 per annum
SCH161714

City of London, London

The details

Deputy CFO position for a pan-European Private Banking group offering private wealth and asset management to their clients.

This is a fantastic opportunity for a progressive and forward thinking senior finance professional looking to step up into a CFO role in the short to medium term. You will have great exposure dealing with C-Suite for this subsidiary and the Group, and receive the support and training needed to become the CFO designate.

Here you will be working daily with the current CFO, supporting and deputising at ALCO and ExCo meeting where required, and taking ownership of the Finance department including: Management and Financial Accounting, Tax and Treasury, whilst being supported by a Head of Regulatory Reporting.

Other responsibilities will include:

  • Business planning - managing forecasts and budgets
  • Managing the financial input into their ICAAP
  • Managing payroll and procurement

Your requirements:

  • ACA qualified accountant (or similar) with significant PQE
  • Extensive Banking/Asset Management/Wealth Management experience
  • Strong technical understanding and application of IFRS
  • Experience in a Group function role, ideally as a Financial Controller or Finance Director
  • Excellent communication skills, with track record of dealing with senior stakeholders at ALCO or ExCo meetings
  • Any European languages will be a bonus
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