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Job Purpose:
An experienced Financial Controller required to join an international Life Assurance company on an initial 12 month basis with the potential to progress into a permanent role. The role holder will have previous experience of managing a financial reporting team and / or financial reporting improvement project.

Key Responsibilities:
Ownership of group & statutory financial reporting, including all regulator reports as required.
Prime point of contact for external audit.
Ensuring the integrity of group & statutory financial reporting, ensuring that no entity breaches any statutory, group or regulatory limit.
Ensuring a fully reviewed and robust audit trail for all companies is prepared for year end, half year end audits, and quarterly closes for all companies.
Oversight of all balance sheet reconciliations whether prepared by Financial Operations, own team or Operations teams.
Timetable control, co-ordination of finance teams linking in International Actuarial and group teams as required.
Preparation of Board, International Audit Committee papers as required.
Build and maintain a close effective working relationship with Group Finance and other stakeholders
Drive the improvement in financial reporting needed to meet acceleration of group reporting & enhanced disclosure requirements as they develop.
Provision of a high quality technical support and training/coaching within the Finance Team.
Ensures a robust control environment is in place and operating effectively through compliance with the DST framework & evidence of compliance with all relevant policies.

Skills & Experience:
Qualified Accountant (ACCA, CIMA or ACA).
Highly Proficient in the use of MS particularly Excel and experience of accounting packages.
5 Years' experience in Financial / Regulatory Reporting.
Life Assurance experience is desirable.
Previous experience of managing a similar financial reporting team and / or financial reporting improvement project.

Hours and Benefits:
Core working hours, parking on site and highly competitive rates of pay.

Job Purpose:
Excellent long term contract opportunity within an International Life Assurance Organisation. Our client is seeking two experienced financial service professionals ideally a qualified Accountant/qualified by experience with a proven track record of the delivery of control improvements and improving efficiency within a finance department.

Key Responsibilities:
To support delivery of control improvements, increased efficiency and specific requirements across Finance.
Deliver work packages as part of the Finance improvement programme.
Work across Finance to ensure that control and process improvements are delivered. For specific issues perform analysis to understand the requirements and potential issues, propose the way forward and after approval take forward the requisite actions.
Skills & Experience:
Qualified accountant or alternatively able to demonstrate several years' experience in a similar role.
Experience of successfully delivering change within Finance for a financial services business.
Knowledge of JDE GL would be advantageous.
Previous experience of working in a business with overseas branches and multiple regulators is highly desirable.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive rates of pay, structured working pattern- core business hours, parking on site.

Job Purpose:
Temporary Accountant required to join an International Fiduciary Services Provider on an initial 6 month basis. The role holder will be responsible for assisting in the efficient and effective delivery of financial statements, management accounts and other financial reports for the Company and the Company's client companies and trusts.

Key Responsibilities:
Preparation of Financial Statements for client companies and trust and maintenance of their bookkeeping records.
Assist in the preparation of monthly management reports to include management accounts and cash flow.
Preparation of VAT returns and Tax returns.
Assist in the preparation of weekly management reports to include cash flow, debtors, WIP, creditors.
Consider and report risk and Anti-Money Laundering concerns or issues.
Provide training and assistance to less experienced team members and assist colleagues as required.
Liaison with clients, advisors, banks, investment managers, lawyers and other intermediaries.

Skills & Experience:
Must hold a relevant accounting qualification.
At least 3 years' experience in an accounting environment is required.
Excellent understanding of UK and international accounting standards, policies and procedures.
Good commercial awareness and excellent communication skills.

Hours & Benefits:
Attractive salary, initial 6 month contract, full time business hours, office located in Central Douglas.

Job Purpose:
An onboarding and compliance administrator is required to join the team of a growing Trust & Corporate Service Provider. The role requires a working knowledge of AML/ CFT regulations, ideally from within working in Trust and Corporate Services, although experience within other Financial Services industries work may also be considered. General Trust & Company Administration work will also be required.

Key Responsibilities:
New business onboarding and compliance matters.
Trust & Company Administration work with, and in support of, a team.
Assisting Directors of the company, as required, including work with eGaming clients.

Skills & Experience:
Around 2 years experience within AML/ CFT work in financial services, ideally Trust and Corporate Services.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills, used to liaising with clients.
Comfortable working in a small team environment, supporting colleagues and Directors as required and undertaking varied role responsibilities.
Strong organisational skills with a positive and enthusiastic approach.
Previous experience within Trust & Corporate Services would be advantageous.

Hours & Benefits:
9am - 5.30pm, salary in line with experience and plus company benefits.

Job Purpose:
Risk and Review Administrator required to join a Private Wealth Organisation for an initial 6 month contract. The position will be responsible for assisting the compliance team to monitor the regulatory environment against money laundering by performing a range of risk and compliance related tasks.

Key Responsibilities:
The review and assessment of Client CDD to remove or mitigate areas of risk to the Bank with regard to Anti-Money Laundering, Countering Terrorist Financing, Bribery & Corruption or Bank Operation.
Review of existing account information and documentation to ensure that meets all applicable legal, regulatory, procedural and process requirements.
Transaction Analysis, by review of financials, to ensure AML procedures have been effectively carried out or set remediation points where relevant.
Use of 3rd party software to check against Sanctions or Persons who are the subject of a warning issued by a competent authority.
Make capable and effective decisions and escalate problems within reporting lines.
Communicate with Relationship Managers, Intermediaries and any other relevant internal/external parties.
Assist in ad hoc operational project work as assigned, to support and promote future business development.

Skills & Experience:
Minimum of 3 years' experience in a financial services environment is essential.
Previous experience in a Risk & Compliance related role and AML/CDD knowledge is required.
A professional qualification such as MICA or similar would be an advantage, but not essential.
Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines with a high degree of accuracy.
Excellent communication skills, both written and verbal.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary, full time business hours, 6 month temporary contract.

Job Purpose:
Credit Controller required to join an established Financial Group on a long term contract basis. The role holder will be responsible for all aspects of credit control reviewing for the organisation.

Key Responsibilities:
Review of confirmation statements due and maintenance of the Master database.
Ensuring the department is compliant with any changes implemented by companies house.
Ensuring daybook is maintained.
Checking formulae/updating data and ensuring receipts balance .
Monitoring and reviewing internal invoicing.
Monitoring the bank accounts and updating receipts.
Monthly bank reconciliation .
Chasing for the settlement of accountancy fees.
Authorising any return payments and instructing finance/compliance.
Ensuring all clients using the service have been billed accordingly (Involves a quarterly review of clients billing).
Credit control review - Aged Debtors report.
Compiling Bad debt annually for directors review and authorisation.
Monthly compilation of credit note data.
Quotation of accountancy fees.
VAT return workflow review and follow up.
Accounts workflow review and follow up.
Authorising the completion of clients submissions based on extensive investigation.
Organising workflows and prioritising tasks.
Changing the departments focus and strategy dependent on collections.
Developing Procedures for tasks carried out within credit control/operations.

Skills & Experience:
Excellent verbal and written communication skills and ability to communicate with clients in writing and over the phone
Experience of Excel software required. Must be able to use standard formulae including “Vlookups”.
Ability to work under pressure and to deadlines.
Strong organisational skills.
Capable of managing a small team.
Ability to confidently delegate work.
Natural ability to problem solve.
Computer literacy essential.
Flexible and adaptable approach to work .

Hours & Benefits:
Structured working pattern- core business hours, Excellent rates of pay- market competitive, Douglas based.


Job Purpose:
Experienced Client Accountant required to join a privately owned International Financial Services Group and be responsible for bookkeeping and the preparation of accounts for a variety of company and trust structures.

Key Responsibilities:
Provide client accounting services to a portfolio of clients, from bookkeeping through to the preparation of accounts.
Work closely with accounting and administration teams within the business.
Assist in ensuring that client files are organised and complete.

Skills & Experience:
Ideally have 2+ years experience preparing accounts for trusts and companies.
Proactive approach with strong communication and organisation skills.
Educated to A level/ degree level and either already studying or be willing to study towards a professional accounting qualification.
Experience of IFRS would be advantageous.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time, salary commensurate with experience and qualifications and plus benefits.

Job Purpose:
Qualified Accountant (ACCA or ACA) required to join a Payroll Solutions Group in a permanent capacity on the Isle of Man as the Finance Manager. You will be reporting into the Head of Finance and managing a team of 3 staff.

Key Responsibilities:
Ensure compliance with statutory and tax reporting requirements for group companies
Oversight of treasury function.
To provide relevant board reports and KPI's to strict reporting deadlines.
Maintain relationships with internal and external stakeholders.
Completion of group management accounts including group consolidation.
Strong management and communications skills.
Ensure financial controls and processes are maintained.
Recommend and implement improvements to processes.

Skills & Experience:
ACCA or ACA qualified Accountant ideally with 2/3 years PQE.
Solid commercial background.
Good understanding of UK PAYE and VAT regulations.
Commercially astute, articulate, technically strong, dynamic, and an influential leader with the ability to operate at both strategic and operational levels.
Knowledge of Trust and preparation of Trust accounts desirable.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive salary and comprehensive benefits and car parking.

Job Purpose:
A Financial Crime Analyst required to join a leading international Life Assurance business on a permanent basis. The role holder will have an awareness of fraud detection techniques and will be able to engage effectively with business stakeholders to deliver Financial Crime developments in an appropriate manner, resulting in value added risk management practices and reporting solutions.

Key Responsibilities:
Assist in ensuring supported legal entities are protected against potential criminal activity by providing specialised forensic detection and investigation services.
Monitoring of Politically Exposed Persons (PEPs) and any remedial work required to ensure this process is fully controlled and meets the regulatory expectation, guidance and procedures.
Review of all client screening results.
Other work may include investigation, documenting and reporting of all suspicious activity relating to financial crime, reviewing complex high profile, high value business and other case specific matters including requests for information from regulators, production orders, restraining orders, requests for information from tax authorities or other government bodies, bespoke reviews in order to establish trends of financial crime.
Maintain detailed knowledge of all operational functions, including key processes and controls across all businesses.
Development of knowledge in relation to specific commercial expectations in the various regions to support the high risk, HNW business.
Assist with the production of management information of any financial crime activity for the business.
Maintaining key relationships with operational areas to ensure all investigations are conducted in an open and constructive manner.
Developing and maintaining close relationships with law enforcement and other external parties.
Developing and maintaining close working relationships with key personnel in relation to reviewing and advising on complex cases.

Skills & Experience:
5 GCSE's or equivalent at Grade C or above, including English and Maths.
Preferably holding or working towards a relevant professional qualification.
Good experience in Financial Crime disciplines.
Experience in defining and delivering quality reporting.
Strong analytical and relationship building skills.
Planning and organisational skills.

Hours & Benefits:
Competitive rates of pay, structured working pattern- core business hours, parking on site.

Job Purpose:
Graduate Trainee required to join the Audit Team at a leading International Financial Organisation.

Key Responsibilities:
Assist with all aspects of the audit process.
Develop good working relationships with clients and acquire a thorough understanding of their business.
Use audit software packages efficiently and effectively.
Proactively balance your college and work commitments.
Complete assigned tasks and undertake additional responsibilities as experience increases.

Skills & Experience:
Minimum of Second Class University Degree.
Previous office experience is desirable but not essential.
Excellent communication and time management skills required.

Hours & Benefits:
Full time business hours; competitive salary & study package towards the CFAB qualification.

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