Finance Business Partner

  • Location:

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Technology

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £55000 - £60000 per annum + Bonus

  • Contact:

    Dan Gentle

  • Job ref:

    DG2452458_1543490979

  • Published:

    15 days ago

  • Expiry date:

    2018-12-29

My client is a leading global fintech business looking for a Finance Business Partner. You will be acting as the finance point of contact for the product and engineering teams, building effective, productive working relationships.

Within the role you will be working together with other members of the commercial finance team to collect, consolidate and verify information and clearly communicate back to the finance team leaders. The successful candidate can also expect to be working alongside the product and engineering teams to build detailed financial models and value cases to support senior management decision making.

You will be in partnership with the product manager for payments and expected to analyse and support existing relationships, identify and on-board new payment providers maximising conversion rates and profitability. There will also be elements of financial planning including budgeting, forecasting, and supporting long term strategic plans for the product and engineering departments.

The role holder will interact with the wider finance teams to ensure a seamless integration of new and existing payment processors. In addition, the successful candidate will support the commercial finance team's regular reporting requirements, which include preparation of revenue and gross margin analyses.

The ideal candidate will be a fully qualified accountant with 2-4 years PQE. They will have strong interpersonal skills to interact with senior management globally. You will also be expected to have excellent analytical and organisational skills. Business partnering, and FP&A experience is an advantage as well as finance systems experience. Any French or Spanish skills are also beneficial alongside prior experience in global payments.