Senior Syndicate Accountant (Contract)

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£65,000 - £75,000 per annum
BBBH162305

London

The details

An excellent long term contract opportunity has arisen with a well-regarded Lloyds Insurance Syndicate who is currently seeking a Senior Syndicate Accountant for an 18 month contract to cover maternity leave.

The interim senior syndicate accountant will be responsible for all aspects of Lloyds syndicate reporting including; Regulatory Reporting, Technical Accounting and Financial Performance & Analysis.

As an experienced syndicate finance professional you will:

  • Prepare and review various Lloyd's and regulatory returns including Quarterly Monitoring Return, Quarterly Reporting Templates, etc.
  • Prepare financial reporting, both for management information and statutory purposes in accordance with required GAAP/standards
  • Hands on in aspects of the monthly close,
  • Work closely with the Operations Team, Actuarial and Underwriting
  • Prepare and review financial analysis and performance reports, budgets and other financial plans for management information
  • Develop and uphold policies and procedures to ensure appropriate controls are in place, including compliance with Sox
  • Get involved in projects associated with reinsurance accounting

Skills & Experience required:

  • You should be a Qualified Accountant (ACA, ACCA, ACMA, CPA)
  • Have at least 3 years' experience of working in a Lloyds Syndicate & hands on experience of producing syndicate regulatory returns
  • Available to start within the next 1-2 months

Duration 12-18 months

Salary: £65000 - £75000 depending on experience

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