- Newly listed firm seeking a Head of FP&A to lead development in to new markets
- Exceptionally good timing to join this well funded and ambitious firm
About Our Client
A newly listed brokerage firm with an enviable commercial client base and ambitious growth plans based in London.
The firm are moving from a singular product offering in one jurisdiction to a multiple product offering in several jurisdictions.
This person will be responsible for implementing a best in class FP&A function to drive and shape the growth anticipated over the medium to long term.
The Head of FP&A based in London will have the following responsibilities:
- Manage all strategic planning, budgets and forecast processes
- Support the leadership team on business case analysis and international growth.
- Drive best in class management information and analysis.
- Work as a key business partner to the business, adding analysis and insight into business performance.
- Take a key lead in developing robust systems and processes.
- Take ownership of managing key reporting and monthly management accounts.
- Have a key focus on ensuring controls and processes are in place.
- Continually look to mitigate risk across the group.
- Lead capex and cashflow reporting.
- Implement a new KPI/Dashboard reporting for the senior leadership team.
- Play a lead role in establishing any new entities in new geographies.
- Support M&A activity as applicable.
The Successful Applicant
The Head of FP&A based in London will have had the following exposure:
- Exposure in driving a commercial finance function.
- A history of driving results in changing environments/ markets
- A histroy of engaging people in a dialogue to gain commitment and bring them "on board", linking their perspective to the intent.
- Experience of operating within a business with international reach. Experience of supporting international expansion and new market entries advantageous
- Graduate calibre qualified accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA, ICAS or equivalent)
What's on Offer
Exceptional career and compensation growth as the role matures with the organisation