Financial Planning Analyst

  • Location:

    London, England

  • Sector:

    Property & Construction

  • Job type:

    Permanent

  • Salary:

    £55000 - £65000 per annum

  • Contact:

    Lily Caise

  • Job ref:

    LC008_1554134234

  • Published:

    3 months ago

  • Expiry date:

    2019-05-01

I'm working for a Real Estate and Property business based in Central London, where I'm hiring for a Financial Planning Analyst. Within the role you will be working with various Business Partners to produce impact financial analysis for the Board, in order to drive value-adding decision making.

The role of Financial Planning Analyst will include:

  • Partnering with Portfolio Finance colleagues to manage quarterly/annual reporting and the financial planning cycle
  • Consolidating finance returns into high-quality Board and sub-committee packs
  • Working closely with department heads to support Opex and Capex reporting and forecasting
  • Managing monthly payroll reporting and ad-hoc analysis
  • Through the introduction of PowerBI/Tableau, work with data sets, cleanse and pull out trends and insights
  • Produce creative visualisations and graphics to present complex analytics
  • Support continuous improvement in efficiencies and processes, simplification, standardisation and systemisation
  • Do ad-hoc work and projects including testing of new planning software

The suitable candidate for the role of Financial Planning Analyst must be/have:

  • Fully ACA/CIMA qualified with 3+ years PQE
  • Excellent academics, ideally from a quantitative research or statistics discipline
  • Experience of working within a team
  • Experience of partnering with analysts and other key stakeholders to produce visually impactful reports
  • Demonstrable experience of applying technical knowledge and skills to develop insightful finance models
  • Track record of providing robust and insightful quantitative analysis
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