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Product Delivery Partner

  • Posted April 24, 2024
  • £50000 - £55000 per annum
  • Sale
  • Permanent

Product Delivery Partner (General Insurance, Wealth & Mortgage)

We are currently partnered with a leading organisation at the forefront of innovation in financial adviser solutions to recruit for a Proposition Delivery Partner to join their dynamic Partnerships & Propositions team, driving timely and efficient execution of new solutions to support strategic objectives. From conceptualisation to delivery, you’ll ensure solutions meet adviser needs and the organisations goals.

Manchester Based – Hybrid Role

Salary ; Up to £55,000

Responsibilities:

  • Execute Design and Delivery: Lead the design, build, and delivery of adviser solutions to market.
  • End-to-End Ownership: Own the creation of new adviser solutions, ensuring alignment with adviser needs, commercial value, and strategic objectives.
  • Insight-Driven Development: Provide evidence-driven insights for proposition design through market intelligence and adviser testing.
  • Facilitate Collaboration: Coordinate internal and external working groups to build new solutions, negotiating contractual terms where applicable.
  • Strategic Deployment: Work with Distribution and Marketing Teams to deploy effective Take-to-Market Strategies for all propositions.
  • Drive Proposition Projects: Lead key projects in line with the propositional roadmap and company objectives.
  • Market-Centric Approach: Incorporate market trends, competitor analysis, and adviser feedback into proposition development.
  • Strategic Partnerships: Identify and leverage strategic partnerships to enhance propositional design and delivery.
  • Reporting and Support: Support Group Partnerships & Propositions Director with regular progress reporting on solution design, build, and delivery.
  • Stakeholder Engagement: Collaborate with strategic partnership teams and relevant SMEs to engage stakeholders in propositional design and build.

Skills and Qualifications Required:

  • Propositional Development: Background in developing financial adviser solutions.
  • Data Analysis: Ability to analyse and interpret complex data.
  • Financial Services Industry Insight: Deep understanding of the financial services industry, including general insurance, wealth, and mortgage sectors.
  • Competitor Analysis: Knowledge of competitor propositions in the financial adviser support space.
  • Market Trends: Technical understanding of market trends and dynamics in the financial advice market.

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    Prudential Risk Modeller

    • Posted April 19, 2024
    • Negotiable
    • london
    • Contract

    Prudential Risk Modeller

    Industry: Banking
    Fully remote

    £450 – £500 per day (Inside IR35)

    Role overview:

    Collaborating with key figures in Finance and other relevant departments to empower the Bank in accurately modeling its financial standing, both in the present and future, both tactically and strategically. This involves focusing on crucial areas such as financial forecasting and analysis pertaining to the bank’s balance sheet, income, capital, interest rates, and liquidity risks.

    THE ROLE:

    Balance sheet and income forecasting:

    • Customer deposits, lending, bond portfolio, cash: balances, NII and fees
    • BAU forecast, scenarios and stresses

    Interest Rate Risk in the banking book modelling (IRRBB):

    • Gap analysis, balance sheet NPVs and links with FSA017 regulatory reporting
    • Bond position modelling and bond mark to market
    • Repricing behaviour analysis
    • Lending pricing modelling

    Liquidity risk modelling:

    • Deposit behaviour analysis
    • Liquidity scenarios
    • Links with LCR and NSFR

    Capital forecasting and modelling:

    • Regulatory capital requirements: Pillar 1, Pillar 2a, Pillar 2b
    • Regulatory capital resource management
    • Support for ALCO, Pillar3, ICAAP, ILAAP, Recovery Plan including stress testing
    • Support for other financial forecasting and modelling requirements

    Email your CV or use the apply feature on this page. Email: [email protected]

    KEY SKILLS: Liquidity risk, Prudential Regulation, ALM, Capital management, IRRBB

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      Entry-Level Underwriter

      • Posted
      • £30000 - £36000 per annum + Bonus, Pension, Private Healthcare
      • Farnborough, Hampshire, England
      • Permanent

      Responsibilities include:

      • Evaluating financial data to make effective underwriting decisions on all types of financial cover for customers within agreed SLAs.
      • Analysing and reviewing any additional information from customers to evidence your decision.
      • Being responsible for Underwriting proposals within an approved mandate limit for each individual application.
      • Offering advice and guidance to support the application process for best customer and company outcomes.

      Skills and Experience Required:

      • A Mathematics or Financial related Bachelors degree.
      • An active interest in an underwriting career.

      We have a variety of Permanent and Fixed-Term contracts available, offering a salary of £30,000 to £36,000 (Depending upon experience) and an exceptional benefits package including annual bonus, health insurance and pension scheme.

      Apply or contact [email protected]

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        Part-Time Tax Manager

        • Posted April 15, 2024
        • £55000 - £60000 per annum
        • Manchester
        • Permanent

        Job Title: Part-Time Tax Manager

        Salary: £60,000 per annum (pro rata)

        Location: Manchester, Salford Quays

        Hours of Work: 22.5 hours per week

        Reporting to: UK Finance Director

        About the Role:

        As a Part-Time Tax Manager, you will play a crucial role in managing all UK tax compliance obligations whilst ensuring favourable tax outcomes for our client’s organisation. Reporting to the UK Finance Director, the Part-Time Tax Manager will oversee tax management, reporting, and development initiatives to drive efficiency and compliance within the organisation.

        Responsibilities:

        • Prepare tax accounting calculations, journals, and tax notes for local statutory accounts
        • Prepare annual tax budgets and quarterly tax forecasts
        • Manage all UK tax compliance obligations including Corporation tax, Value Added Tax, and stamp duty
        • Liaise with HMRC for tax compliance matters and oversee cash flows for timely tax payments
        • Review and update the company’s tax risk management policy and tax risk management plan
        • Review technical tax planning matters for property and entity acquisitions and disposals
        • Deliver favourable tax outcomes for current and future transactions
        • Prepare and present training materials on UK technical tax matters and compliance procedures

        What you will get in return:

        • Equivalent of 33 days paid holiday (pro rata based on hours and increasing with length of service)
        • A day off for your Birthday
        • Workplace pension and life assurance
        • Healthcare benefit and Cycle to Work scheme
        • Tech Scheme and access to 24/7 Employee Assistance Programme
        • Exclusive lifestyle benefits including discounted cinema tickets and gym memberships

        All employees will be required to undertake a basic criminal record check prior to commencing employment. The company will cover the cost of this check. Any offer of employment will be subject to a satisfactory criminal record check result.

        If you are a qualified tax professional with a strong background in UK tax compliance and management, this is an excellent opportunity to join the team and make a significant impact on our client’s organisation financial operations. Apply now to become our client’s next Part-Time Tax Manager!

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          Model Risk Oversight Manager - FTC

          • Posted April 9, 2024
          • Up to £70000 per annum + Hybrid Working
          • Leeds
          • Contract

          Job Title: Model Risk Oversight Manager

          Salary: £70,000 per annum

          Working Model: Hybrid working

          Contract Length: 12-month FTC, with the possibility of becoming permanent

          Location: Leeds

          Act as a subject matter expert on all model risk thematic reviews to support the delivery of the Prudential Risk Oversight Plan. The reviews will cover (but are not limited to) the IRB Rating system, Retail Credit, ALM and Finance Models. Apply technical knowledge to ensure model risk is managed through the effective review of model design, periodic validation and model use. Ensure reviews consider alignment with market best practice, regulatory requirements and Group policies. Act as an enabler for the business to better understand and manage their model risk, providing advice and challenge to 1st line risk teams through impactful and highly influential engagement up to Chief Officer levels.

          Commercial Responsibilities:

          • Interactions with Group Risk Committee (GRC) and Executive Risk Committee (ERC) to escalate material findings identified through monitoring reviews.
          • Engagement with key business stakeholders right through to the Chief Officer level.
          • Engagement with the regulator (PRA) on outcomes of thematic reviews.

          Role Specific Accountabilities:

          • Act as a subject matter expert and take the lead to deliver the thematic Model Risk reviews.
          • Apply expertise to conduct reviews which deliver insightful, accurate and meaningful findings to support the 2LoD Model Risk Oversight Business Partner in understanding key model risks.
          • Responsible for leading the engagement with key business stakeholders and divisions on thematic reviews.
          • Be highly effective at providing clear advice, challenge and expertise on a range of complex issues right up to Chief Officer level, be influential to effectively manage stakeholder (including Chief Officers) buy-in to agree proportionate remedial actions for any issues identified.
          • Attend ERC/GRC (the designated Board Risk Committee) to present material findings or escalate areas of dispute.
          • Contribute to and support the business to act upon the findings from second line thematic reviews to ensure compliance to relevant regulations, Group policy and industry best practice.
          • Support the business in delivering Group Strategy and be accountable for ensuring that sufficient action is taken to mitigate risks identified or enhance strategic deliverables.
          • Play a leading role in developing robust oversight practices, identifying new approaches that should be embedded and taking personal ownership for implementing necessary changes to drive forward the capability and effectiveness of the Prudential Risk department.
          • Deputise for the Model Risk Business Partner & Oversight Manager when required.

          Skills, Knowledge and Experience:

          • Background within a risk management function in the Banking Sector.
          • Good understanding of modelling approaches in particular Retail Credit/IRB, ALM and Finance.
          • Excellent communication skills, in particular in translating technical concepts and facts into clear understandable written reports for commercial and operational colleagues.
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            Management Accountant

            • Posted April 5, 2024
            • Negotiable
            • Renfrew, Scotland
            • Permanent

            Our client is a leading managed cloud provider exclusively within the agile and fast-moving financial services and capital markets sector.

            Responsibilities will include:

            • Responsible for preparing monthly management accounts to a high standard in line with the monthly timetable
            • Responsible for preparation and reconciliation of balance sheet accounts across the full group
            • Preparation of timely and accurate group consolidation including IFRS journals
            • Support with the preparation of monthly board pack with detailed analysis and supporting data
            • Supporting with all statutory audits and reviews
            • Key Business Variance Analysis and commentary, and key metrics
            • Support and prepare cash flow forecasts
            • Cross company communications with operational, sales and other key budget holders
            • Promote a continuous improvement approach to business policy and processes, implementing positive change
            • Supporting assistant accountants developing their accounting knowledge
            • Support direct and indirect tax activities across the group

            Essential Skills:

            • Come with a strong commercial acumen and an understanding of key business drivers
            • Have worked in a similar Industry based role
            • Be able to manage priorities in a similar
            • Be a confident communicator with strong interpersonal skills
            • Have a strong attention to detail and the ability to work to tight deadlines
            • Self-motivated with a ‘can do’ attitude
            • Flexible and able to work on a variety of ad hoc projects
            • Ability to explain financial metrics/concepts to other functional managers
            • Strong organisational skills
            • CA qualified and trained with an accountancy practice, alternatively trained CIMA or ACCA within an industry environment
            • Ideally, at least 3 years’ experience in a similar role or environment

            Candidates will be selected not just on their financial credentials and capabilities. You must have a desire to work collaboratively with a team, engage with the leadership of an organisation and manage changing priorities in a fast moving environment. Energy, good people skills and focus on performance delivery will be essential.

            What we can offer you:

            Financial:

            • A competitive salary
            • Pension salary exchange scheme
            • Life cover (4 x salary)

            Lifestyle:

            • A very casual work environment
            • 33 days annual leave
            • A paid day off for your birthday Health:
            • Private Health Insurance including dental cover
            • On-site gym with PT and yoga sessions
            • On-site massage therapist

            This is a full-time position

            12 month fixed term contract

            We are an Equal opportunity employer

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              Accounts Payable Assistant

              • Posted March 28, 2024
              • £150 - £175 per day
              • London
              • Contract

              Accounts Payable Assistant – Financial Services

              Rate – £175 per day inside IR35 (umbrella engagement)

              Location – London (2/3 days on site per week)

              Duration – 6 Months

              We have partnered up with one of the worlds largest independent insurance brokerages as they look for an Accounts Payable assistant to help with BAU objectives such as invoicing and managing expenses as they enter into new projects.

              The ideal candidate will have at least 2 years of Accounts Payable experience (essential) and experience with Concur, also essential and be used to complex/ high volume environments to join a team of 4.

              Job Tasks

              • Monitoring of Accounts Payable email inbox
              • Entering invoices in the Concur invoice system.
              • Processing associate claims in the Concur expense system.

              One stage interview process on Microsoft teams.

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                Regulatory Conduct Advisory Manager - 6 Mth FTC

                • Posted
                • £43000 - £65000 per annum + 6 Mth FTC
                • Edinburgh
                • Permanent

                Regulatory Conduct Advisory Manager

                Edinburgh (Hybrid)

                6 Mth FTC

                £43k – £65k

                An incredible opportunity to join a well renowned Financial Services company as a Regulatory Conduct Advisory Manager.

                The role will be supporting first line conduct advice across both lending and savings. A key part of this role will be engaging with senior stakeholders, respectfully challenging and influencing decision making.

                You should bring:

                • Significant experience within a similar role within retail banking experience or good knowledge of retail banking products
                • Financial Services experience is essential.
                • Must be able to challenge stakeholders when required and justify reasoning
                • Knowledge of data protection regulation would be advantageous
                • Must be able to work autonomously
                • Must have experience of CONC, BCOBS, SYSC, DISP
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                  Management Accountant

                  • Posted March 20, 2024
                  • Negotiable
                  • Renfrew, Scotland
                  • Permanent

                  Our client is a leading managed cloud provider exclusively within the agile and fast-moving financial services and capital markets sector.

                  Responsibilities will include:

                  • Responsible for preparing monthly management accounts to a high standard in line with the monthly timetable
                  • Responsible for preparation and reconciliation of balance sheet accounts across the full group
                  • Preparation of timely and accurate group consolidation including IFRS journals
                  • Support with the preparation of monthly board pack with detailed analysis and supporting data
                  • Supporting with all statutory audits and reviews
                  • Key Business Variance Analysis and commentary, and key metrics
                  • Support and prepare cash flow forecasts
                  • Cross company communications with operational, sales and other key budget holders
                  • Promote a continuous improvement approach to business policy and processes, implementing positive change
                  • Supporting assistant accountants developing their accounting knowledge
                  • Support direct and indirect tax activities across the group

                  Essential Skills:

                  • Come with a strong commercial acumen and an understanding of key business drivers
                  • Have worked in a similar Industry based role
                  • Be able to manage priorities in a similar
                  • Be a confident communicator with strong interpersonal skills
                  • Have a strong attention to detail and the ability to work to tight deadlines
                  • Self-motivated with a ‘can do’ attitude
                  • Flexible and able to work on a variety of ad hoc projects
                  • Ability to explain financial metrics/concepts to other functional managers
                  • Strong organisational skills
                  • CA qualified and trained with an accountancy practice, alternatively trained CIMA or ACCA within an industry environment
                  • Ideally, at least 3 years’ experience in a similar role or environment

                  Candidates will be selected not just on their financial credentials and capabilities. You must have a desire to work collaboratively with a team, engage with the leadership of an organisation and manage changing priorities in a fast moving environment. Energy, good people skills and focus on performance delivery will be essential.

                  What we can offer you:

                  Financial:

                  • A competitive salary
                  • Pension salary exchange scheme
                  • Life cover (4 x salary)

                  Lifestyle:

                  • A very casual work environment
                  • 33 days annual leave
                  • A paid day off for your birthday Health:
                  • Private Health Insurance including dental cover
                  • On-site gym with PT and yoga sessions
                  • On-site massage therapist

                  This is a full-time position

                  12 month fixed term contract

                  We are an Equal opportunity employer

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                    Finance Excellence TOM Consulting Manager

                    • Posted March 15, 2024
                    • Up to £70000 per annum + Hybrid Working
                    • Leeds, Salford
                    • Permanent

                    Finance Excellence TOM Consulting Manager

                    Benefits:

                    • £70,000 salary
                    • £5,400 car allowance
                    • 25 days annual leave with the option to buy additional days
                    • Private medical coverage
                    • Life assurance
                    • Pension scheme
                    • Generous flexible benefits fund

                    Job Description:

                    As a Finance Excellence TOM Consulting Manager, you will play a pivotal role in driving finance transformation initiatives for our client. Your expertise will be essential in shaping and executing strategies that optimize financial operations and enhance organizational efficiency.

                    Responsibilities:

                    • Lead and deliver on medium assignments, projects, pre-sales, and proposals, leveraging your expertise in Finance Excellence TOM Consulting Manager.
                    • Collaborate with clients to identify and shape new finance transformation opportunities, ensuring alignment with organizational goals.
                    • Assess operating models, capabilities, operations, and technology within client departments to drive tangible improvements.
                    • Engage with clients to understand their needs and provide tailored solutions that address their unique challenges.
                    • Contribute to shaping overall solutions, leveraging your experience as a Finance Excellence TOM Consulting Manager.

                    Required Skills:

                    • Proven experience in NHS finance, understanding the specific constraints and challenges within healthcare finance departments.
                    • Expertise in Finance Target Operating Model (TOM) implementation and optimization.
                    • Demonstrated ability in client-facing consulting roles, with a track record of delivering impactful solutions.
                    • Strong change management skills, capable of guiding organizations through complex transformations.
                    • Experience in team management, with the ability to lead and inspire cross-functional teams effectively.

                     

                    Preferred Qualifications:

                    • AAT, CIMA, ACA, or relevant degree in finance or related field.

                    Join our dynamic team and make a significant impact in shaping the future of finance excellence. Apply now to become our next Finance Excellence TOM Consulting Manager.

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