FP&A Analyst

  • GBP0.00 per annum
  • Londres, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
  • CDI, Plein-temps
  • Morgan McKinley
  • 19 sept. 17 2017-09-19

Leading Investment Services organisation is looking for an academic, hardworking and commercially minded accountant to work closely with the CFO and senior leadership on strategic decision making.

Key Accountabilities

You will have a broad remit including:

  • Provide business support including investment evaluation
  • Perform due diligence / investment and change appraisal
  • Prepare, present and explain financial performance to the Board, and any external stakeholders such as the banks, shareholders, the FCA, auditors, tax authorities and other financial bodies
  • Responsible for the coordination and preparation of all forecasts, plans and budgets
  • Design, and maintain the company's forecasting model
  • Adapt the forecast model to run scenarios
  • Enhance KPIs, management information and analyse variances to forecast
  • Be able to articulate financials in words as well as numbers in a clean and precise manner, and then present them to an audience
  • Identify and implement KPI driven performance
  • Work with business streams to enhance financial performance
  • Deal with any other financial matters

Technical Knowledge / Qualifications

In addition, the candidate will:

  • Degree educated from (2.1 and above)
  • Have experience of working in financial services (mandatory)
  • Have excellent Excel, PowerPoint & Word skills
  • Demonstrate good understanding of technical accounting around budgeting and forecasting
  • Have ambition and drive to take full ownership of own work
  • Have good interpersonal and communication skills
  • Be hardworking, and delivery focused
  • Experience of working in a private equity backed company desirable


  • ACA, ACCA or CIMA qualified

Morgan McKinley is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.

Please note that any references to salary or pay rates in this advertisement and in the salary refinement section are indicative only and should only be used as a guide.