GCT Capital - Financial Control Manager

Location
London
Salary
£50994 - £56660 per annum + benefits
Posted
11 Oct 2017
Closes
08 Nov 2017
Ref
604444
Contact
Lloyds Banking Group
Contract Type
Permanent

Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) is the UK's largest bank. Group Corporate Treasury (GCT) supports the Group Board in developing and maintaining the appropriate balance sheet structure to meet the Board's desired Capital, Funding/Liquidity and Structural Market Risk appetite whilst providing the appropriate flexibility to accommodate the Board's Strategic plans.

GCT delivers a single LBG corporate treasury function with clear accountabilities that meets the needs of the business as well as statutory and regulatory requirements. GCT Finance supports the delivery of insightful management information to senior executives so that the GCT businesses (such as Group Capital Management, Funding & Liquidity, Balance Sheet Management) deliver on their strategic aims.

This is an opportunity to join a team that manage, provide and agree the complete suite of reporting for the Capital Management desk. You'll have an overview of the bank and gain insight into how everything fits together; the opportunity for project work with new transactions and structures ensures no two days are the same.

This role provides a platform from which to develop your career within the wider Finance and Control function. You'll have a lot of face-to-face interaction with stakeholders so you'll need to be able to build on these relationships and work with others to ensure new transactions are correctly accounted for. You'll produce accurate and complete books and records for all portfolios and SPVs, providing insightful information to stakeholders.

You'll own the Front Office relationship and issues for their books, performing variance analysis, producing commentary and communicating this to the GCT Front Office clearly. A keen eye for detail, accuracy and ability to manage deadlines is essential along with a collaborative approach to work with colleagues.

Essentially you should be a qualified accountant with good financial product knowledge and proven deep analytical skills. You'll have attained good progress in your current role and will now be keen to pursue your next career move. Strong communication skills are essential and you'll be adept at communicating your story to a wide range of stakeholders, tailoring your style to suit them.

We're committed to finding a pattern and approach to work that is mutually beneficial and can offer you a comprehensive package that includes a performance bonus (c15%) car allowance, generous pension and a flex package you can tailor to suit your world.