senior financial analyst (it) in Hong Kong

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job details

hong kong
job category
Accounting & Auditing
job type
HK$ 50,000 - HK$ 60,000 per month
reference number
ryan thayer, randstad hong kong
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job description

about the company.

Our client is a global insurer looking to bring on a Senior Financial Analyst to improve standard reporting procedures and increase process efficiency for its highly evolving IT Department. This company is a market leader in the insurance field and a household name that has heavily invested in its internal branding. This is an excellent opportunity for senior candidates to build on your project exposure, and potential for mid level candidates looking for the next step in your career.

about the team.

  • APAC regional team with senior management located in Hong Kong
  • This team oversees 6 countries across all departments and business lines.
about the job.

  • Partners to design and develop standard reporting that will enable the assessment of the overall financial performance and provide foundation for continuous improvement dynamic.
  • Collaborates in the financial planning process.
  • Provides financial guidance to enhance cost and process efficiency.
  • Ensures alignment with corporate standards in terms of accounting, reporting and internal policies and procedures, as well as external regulations and requirements.
  • Works towards the simplifications and efficiency of finance operations without compromising accuracy and details.
skills & experiences required.

  • 6+ years experience
  • Strong mathematical and statistical skills
  • IT skills (with focus on Excel, PowerPoint, Access, SAP)
  • Highly proficient in Excel (ability to do vlookup, data base creation and macros)
  • Big 4 qualified preferred
  • Excellent written and oral communication

Ryan Thayer is a Senior Recruitment Consultant. Please apply to this job advertisement and contact Ryan at +852 2232 3445.


ACCA, CIMA, financial analyst, accrual, general ledger, accounting, p&l, profit and loss, variance analysis, budgeting, balance sheet