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A career within Capital Markets Accounting Advisory Services, will provide you with the opportunity to be responsible for complex financial reporting issues around deals and other transformational events.
You will tackle clients' needs with a solution-oriented approach that creatively addresses complex financial reporting problems for high profile transactions and you’ll have significant interaction with senior company management teams, bankers, lawyers and other advisers.
Roles & Responsibilities
Provide IFRS technical accounting and business advice to a variety of clients.
Perform IFRS compliance review of financial statements.
Assist in capital market transactions such as reporting accountant engagements, IPO readiness assessments, business acquisitions accounting and advisory, group re-organisation and restructuring advisory, etc.
Assist with creating content for IFRS newsletters.
Preparation of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) financial statements for companies operating in different industries.
Lead engagement teams on financial reporting projects.
Provision of specialist support on technical IFRS areas including financial instruments, business combination, consolidation etc.
Provision of accounting advice to various clients on impact assessment of the adoption of new IFRSs
Act as an audit support consultant on financial reporting issues to audit teams on engagements spanning across various industries.
Conversion of financial statements from previous GAAP to IFRS.
Build and maintain strong relationships with new and established clients.
Supervise teams and reports directly to senior staff.
Work and collaborate with colleagues across different lines of service on projects.
Coach and train less experienced staff.
A good university degree
Good working knowledge and understanding of IFRS (minimum of 3 -5 years working experience with IFRS would be an advantage)
ACCA/ACA qualification (or equivalent)
Focused and initiative driven (required to maximise growth potential)
A passion for delivering exceptional client service
Good analytical and organisational abilities
A proven track record of establishing and maintaining strong relationships with clients
Effective communication skills when working at all levels
A demonstrated ability to take responsibility, work autonomously and use initiative, especially when working to tight deadlines
Desire for continuous improvement
Good listening skill
A proactive approach to problem solving and delivering client solutions.