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Financial Accountant - Reg Reporting - 6 Month Contract

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  • Sector:

    Accountancy & Finance

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  • Salary:

    £300 - £350 per day

  • Contact:

    Keifer Power

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  • Published:

    9 days ago

  • Duration:

    6 Months

  • Expiry date:


I am currently supporting a leading Insurance business in their search for Regulatory Reporting Accountant to join their fast paced team on a 6 Month Contract

Responsibilites/Duties -

  • Assess scope of impact of IFRS 17 on Global Regulatory Reporting

  • Test financial reporting systems to ensure that outputs are working as expected post-implementation

  • Analyse data validations in the Regulatory Reporting System and identify changes required.
  • Design and test new validations

  • Manage delivery of workstreams across Regulatory Reporting processes to ensure all areas are ready for implementation of IFRS 17 at 1 January 2023, including progress reporting to GRR leaders
  • Lead assigned workstreams and deliver analysis of existing processes, design and implementation of changes required

  • Analysis of changes to aged debt reporting and its impact on processes, including redesign of complex spreadsheets where required

Role Requirements -

  • ACCA/CIMA/ACA Qualified
  • Strong technical knowledge & understanding of financial reporting standards Experience of working in, or auditing, a large service organisation with experience of Group Reporting Functions
  • Experience of analysing existing processes, identify and implementing change required Good 'small' project management and project delivery experience
  • Ideal but not essential, experience of Solvency II Regulatory Reporting and/or IFRS 17

If this role would be of interest to you please apply, alternatively email

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