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Head of FP&A


£110k base (+ bonus) per annum

Maidenhead (ideally 2 days per week) / Hybrid


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The Opportunity

Finatal is partnering with a recognisable consumer brand which is currently mid-cycle with a reputable private equity backer. The business has scaled through buy-and-build activity to beyond £400m revenue and is highly profitable. On reflection of the business’ impressive growth trajectory and continued professionalization, the business requires a Head of FP&A.

This Head of FP&A opportunity will partner with a CFO who has strong credentials across the consumer space. This role will suit a candidate who demonstrates attributes synonymous of a private equity environment (detail orientated, act at pace, and enthused by value creation projects). The business has established a strong brand reputation across both the UK and abroad and has several deals lined up for 2024 with the ambition of a predicted secondary PE buyout within the medium term.

The Responsibilities

  • assess, challenge, and improve existing FP&A processes.
  • Partner cross functionally and articulate trends, and insightful quantifiable analysis to Senior Stakeholders and the Board.
  • and Quarterly budget preparation.
  • future tools to support analysis, and utilise existing systems
  • a team of 2 FP&A Analysts
  • on modelling and present articulately (3 statement, scenario and long-term forecasting)
  • directly to the CFO, you will support on strategic projects, three-year planning, exit readiness and acquisition related activities such as post deal integration.

The Requirements

  • ACA / ACCA / CIMA.
  • of 7 years’ experience as a post-qualified experience.
  • within a high functioning and complex environment (international/various product offerings).
  • ability to maximise systems (Netsuite, Power BI, Tableau, Salesforce).
  • detail orientated mindset, and the ability to critically assess existing processes to achieve “best in class”.
  • experience of working in a business backed by an institutional fund (stereotypically one which moves at pace, acquisitions, an index on detail and exposure to Senior Leadership).