Treasury Manager

Pro-Finance Recruitment Ltd
£65k - £80k pa
16 Oct 2016
15 Nov 2016
Contract Type
We are working with a Private Equity backed brokerage business who trade ii spread betting, CFDs and FX in recruiting a Treasury Manager.

They are looking to recruit either a qualified chartered accountant or a qualified treasury professional who has experience in a Financial Services business who ideally has an understanding of Client Money.

This main responsibilities of the role will be;

Manage daily cashflow

Manage non-trading FX exposure

Approval of daily broker calls/recalls

Perform analysis on bank, broker and payment service provider charges

Daily review of bank reconciliations (client and office)

Ownership of online bank, broker and acquirer portals

New bank, broker and acquirer procedures

Day to day supervision of the regulatory accountant to streamline processes

Involvement in projects and ad-hoc tasks as required by the Financial Controller, CFO and wider business.

The ideal candidate for this role will have Treasury experience from a medium size business and have a good understanding of the regulatory environment and CASS/Client Money.

This role is an integral part of the team and you will be expected to have a hands-on approach and the appetite to participate in all aspects of the business to get things done.

If you are a qualified chartered accountant or qualified treasury professional, have experience of working in a medium sized business and have an appetite to work for a rapidly growing business which can offer you genuine long term progression as well as a good level of variety in your day to day responsibilities then this could be the right role for you!

You will get genuine commercial exposure and input.

Please feel free to get in touch if you would like any further information by emailing your CV to Email address removed or you can call me on Phone number removed

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