Finance at Goodman Masson

Sector Facts

Paul Goodman founded Goodman Masson in 1993 and formally started trading on 11 February from 2 Bath Street, London EC1.

For over 25 years our Finance Practice has focussed on covering Qualified & Part-Qualified / Transactional Finance, Actuarial & Investment Management, Audit, Banking Operations, Compliance & Financial Crime, Front Office, Product Control & Valuations, Projects, Change & Transformation, Risk & Regulation, Tax and Treasury. We have over 150 consultants working across Financial Services, Public Sector, Professional Services and Commerce, making us the largest in the market.

The experience our specialist consultants have in each of these sectors, has ensured that we have remained an award-winning business. Our clearly laid out recruitment methodology, for assessing candidate suitability, highlights the key stages that form a part of the candidates journey at our business, and is all overseen by an expert within their specialist market.

Not only this, but 25 years working across Finance has given us access to an impressive client base, where we have built great relationships with some of the biggest names, giving our candidates the best opportunities in the market.

Our consultants are the best at what they do, but they are also the happiest! For many, our strategic ambitions:  'To treat our people better than any other business in the UK’ and ‘To become the largest financial recruitment business in London’ are unusual…but they are something we take seriously.

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  • Fund Accountant

    £40000 - £48000 per annum

    London, England


    Job Duties To work within the Fund Accounting team responsible for controlling and maintaining the accounting records of various Investment Funds. To provide accurate and timely monthly and quarter...


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  • Audit & Accounts Associate Director

    £65000 - £75000 per annum

    London, England


    Audit & Accounts Associate Director Top 60 Practice - Central London Up to £75,000 + Benefits package Are you looking for a firm that offers a clear path to progress, carrying out a wide range of w...


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  • Senior Accountant

    £50000 - £60000 per annum + Bonus and Benefits

    City of London, London


    Senior Management Accountant - Commodities Trading - Central London Due to a recent acquisition a global commodities origination and trading business are looking to hire a newly qualified ACA to jo...


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  • Audit Senior

    £40000 - £50000 per annum

    London, England


    Main Duties/Responsibilities: Leading audits from planning to completion In house preparation and attendance at client premises Preparation of compliance tests, required paperwork prior to assignme...


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  • External Audit - 4 weeks

    £300 - £375 per day

    London, England


    External Auditor Central London 4 weeks £325 per day We are searching for an external auditor for a 4 week contract in central London. You should have: Several years experience with external audit ...


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  • AVP - Financial Planning & Analysis

    £55000 - £65000 per annum + bonus

    London, England


    A large bank I'm recruiting for are looking to bring in someone at the AVP level to their Financial Planning & Analysis team within the Investment Banking business. The ideal candidate they are loo...


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  • AVP - Performance Reporting and MI

    £55000 - £65000 per annum + bonus

    London, England


    I am working with a large bank who are looking to recruit into their Performance Reporting / MI team at the AVP level. This is a great role for someone who has a strong financial control background...


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  • Revenue Accountant

    £45000 - £50000 per annum + bonus

    City of London, London


    I am recruiting for a Revenue Accountant to join a growing mid sized asset management business. Financial Services experience isn't a pre-requisite but you must be able to demonstrate why you are i...


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  • Financial Planning, Control & Analysis - Analyst

    £55000 - £56000 per annum

    City of London, London


    This is a perfect mixed finance role for someone who ultimately sees themselves becoming an FD within Financial Services. The role combines both the financial control and strategic elements that ar...


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  • International Audit Assistant Manager- Top 10 Firm

    £42000.00 - £52000.00 per annum + Benefits

    City of London, London


    International Audit Assistant Manager Top 10 Firm Up to £52,000 + Benefits I am currently representing a Top 10 Firm in London who are seeking an Audit Senior or Assistant Manager, that is ready to...


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Recruiter Insights: Transforming tax with technology


In this article, Phil Smith, our Tax Manager, discusses how technology is transforming tax functions. The role of the tax technology function is increasing at an exponential rate, with tax executives having to bridge the gap between technologist and tax experts. As technology transforms the way we live, the way we work must change and for tax, this new way of working isn’t just different, but better. Tax authorities are under pressure to do more with less, whilst closing the gap in revenue ca...

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THE GOODMAN MASSON SALARY REPORT / 2018


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Positive Discrimination: A problem for clients?


In this article, our Consultant, Julia Linder, discusses the problems currently faced by women within Financial Advisory and beyond... Within the last month, two of the Big Four announced that they will no longer be accepting all-male shortlists during the recruitment process. The news comes after the governments mandatory gender pay reporting rules revealed shocking disparages between pay, whilst a government-backed review shamed Britain’s leading companies for using “pitiful and patronizing...

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