Associate (Banking)

Location Greater London
Discipline: Qualified Reporting
Job type: Permanent
Salary: ££65k per year + Healthcare
Contact name: Darryl Wearn

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Job ref: 33125
Published: 22 days ago

Associate (Banking) | Up to 65,000 + Bonus & Shares | Hybrid | Central London

IN2 Consult are working with a client within the Fintech industry who are looking to bring in an Associate to work as a part of a growing team that will be focusing on product control, reconciling the balance sheet and large volumes of data.

Job Duties:

  • Execute BAU (Business As Usual) accounting and reconciliation processes, maintaining robust controls over key trading account balances.
  • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to ensure compliance with sustainability goals
  • Analyse and reconcile data from multiple systems to detect control gaps and reconciliation breaks.
  • Collaborate with Product, Treasury, and Finance teams to investigate discrepancies and implement corrective actions.
  • Conduct data analysis and reporting to improve the management of compliance-related business resiliency risks and opportunities, providing actionable insights for strategic decision-making
  • Act as the Subject Matter Expert (SME) for reconciliations, ensuring adherence to IFRS requirements.
  • Monitor and assess the implementation of resiliency testing programs, ensuring 100% compliance with internal policies and regulatory requirements
  • Develop and sustain comprehensive documentation and processes for period-end close and audit purposes.
  • Continuously seek to enhance data integrity, automate processes, strengthen controls, and improve operational efficiency.
  • Participate in project work or product development initiatives alongside regular responsibilities


  • ACA or ACCA qualification
  • Degree in Accounting, Finance, or related field


  • Minimum of 3 years' experience in either Banking or Investment Banking

Knowledge and Skills:

  • Strong understanding of accounting principles and practises
  • Ability to analyse complex financial data and identify discrepancies
  • Excellent communication and teamwork skills
  • Strong expertise within complex balance sheets
  • Comfortability with large sets of data

Associate (Banking) | Up to 65,000 + Bonus & Shares | Hybrid | Central London