Senior Financial Manager
Financial Transformation Senior Manager - San FranciscoGrant Thornton8/20/2019 8:57:50 AMJOB ID: 042733Specialty: San Jose, California Grant Thornton is collaborative, entrepreneurial and on the move. As part of a dynamic global organization of 30,000 people serving clients in more than 100 countries, we have the agility and focus it takes to be a leader.
We provide companies the guidance they need to help run their businesses, establish robust internal controls, use information effectively and improve performance. These services include transaction support, valuation, recovery and reorganization, information technology solutions, forensic accounting and investigative services to name a few.
Our Advisory Services practice is looking for a Senior Manager to join our Financial Management practice.
The candidate will be responsible for, but no limited to, the 4 quadrants under Financial Management umbrella: 1) Finance Transformation, 2) Cost and Performance Management, 3) Financial Operations, 4) Shared Services.
Complying to constantly changing regulations requires efficient programs with the right technology and protocols in place that not only complete the task at hand, but also report out information that is useful to the business and falls within regulator expectations.
Our Financial Management practice can help clients remediate regulatory gaps, both process-related and reporting, as well as design and implement sustainable models that streamline operations, comply to regulatory requirements and meet business needs.
Projects for the Financial Management practice will include both business process analysis and requirements definition efforts for remediating gaps in operational performance against regulatory requirements. The Cost & Performance Improvement focus means that these initiatives will look beyond just control points and focus on Finance Process Optimization changes that achieve conformance goals, for example where improvements to data and information access as well as reassigning resource roles for in scope processes and leveraging available business intelligence platforms achieve required business reporting output not available in legacy (non-compliant) environments.
The responsibilities will include:
Managing teams, leading client interactions, assisting with proposals, managing billing, proposal development, opportunity pursuit, client expectation and account management. Identify and address client needs: building, maintaining, and utilizing networks of client relationships and industry involvement and communicating the value proposition. Prepare and/or coordinate complex written presentation materials. Develop client-focused solutions based on understanding strategy, operations and management in a number of functional areas of corporations and organizations. Utilizing previous consulting and industry experience to help companies to set and achieve their long term goals. Performing accurate analysis and designing effective solutions to a variety of client issues Working directly with clients to address their issues and acting as the day to day relationship contact Accessing Grant Thornton’s global network to bring the best experience to bear Writing and presenting reports that document the results of the work performed
Required skills, experience and qualifications: 9+ years experience in Banking and/or financial transformation consulting required Accounting or Finance degree experience working in financial services in a consulting capacity, with a focus on Finance required Undergraduate degree required, MBA preferred Strong analytical skills and ability to perform quantitative analysis and develop business cases Process analysis, Reporting & Business Intelligence, Data Analysis & Reconciliation. Working knowledge of Close-the-books, Chart-of-Accounts, Financial Planning and Analysis & Financial Benchmarking Knowledge of banking operations and related regulatory issues Experience with development of governance, policies and procedures and reporting processes Familiarity with the regulations and a strong understanding of the banking regulatory landscape (e.g. BSA/AML/KYC, CFPB regulations, FRB regulations, Dodd-Frank, Stress Testing-DFAST/CCAR) Candidate must be well-organized and proactive PMO experience with one or more of the following: Finance function transformation – enterprise initiative Large data aggregation (Big-data) or BI initiative Enterprise Reporting / Reg Reporting initiative Excellent interpersonal, facilitation and presentation skills
Travel 60% - 80%
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Job Location: New York, Charlotte or Chicago (national role with extensive travel)
Requisition ID: 042733
San Jose, CA San Jose, California
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