Financial Reporting Manager
Location: Phoenix , Arizona, United States
Reference ID: AZ - 318
Financial Reporting Manager
If you are looking for a solid Financial Reporting Manager role at a bank, MR Dominion may have an exciting opportunity for you. MR Dominion is an executive search firm that solely focuses on accounting and finance roles within banks nationwide. We are part of Management Recruiters International and consistently rank among the top affiliates in our size category.
Due to an internal move, our client needs to hire a Financial Reporting Manager to participate in the preparation, review, and dissemination of financial reporting both externally to regulatory bodies and internally to executive management. This is an important role and not just a box checking exercise, this internal reporting is key as executives utilize this critical information to help make strategic decisions for the bank. As you might imagine, the Financial Reporting Manager is responsible for ensuring compliance and the integrity of data as it relates to each regulatory body: FDIC, SEC, and FASB. Based on the asset size of the bank, there are multiple Financial Reporting Managers. As such, you will be assigned to a line of business that plays to your experience and expertise.
At its core the key is having experience overseeing all Federal Reserve Bank and FDIC reporting, including the FR-2900, FR-2644, Call Report, and the Y-9 reports. You will also oversee the quarterly reporting to the SEC, including earnings press releases, reports for analysts, investors, and various industry groups, as well as 10K’s and 10Q’s.
In addition to the aforementioned, the core duties of the Financial Reporting Manager include the monthly closing of financial reports, approving journal entries, and reconciliation review. Implementing a formal process for obtaining and analyzing information gathered from various business units for report preparation is important as well. You would also help with the configuration of the GL accurate and timely reporting. Lastly, you would drive timely preparation and review of monthly and quarterly balance sheet statements, cash flow statements, and other materials required by executive management. You must provide variance analysis and provide research on technical accounting issues and financial reporting requirements. You will also interface directly with audit.
In this role, we are looking for either someone with a strong banking background doing regulatory reporting, or is working at a Top Ten Public Accounting Firm individual that has experience with publicly traded entities and can easily assimilate into the regulatory and financial reporting role and have exposure to SOX. You must have a degree in accounting or finance and a CPA accreditation. (If you do not have a CPA, you must have exposure in this role within a bank with some mass to it.) This is a great bank, with a great team, in a cool market, with reporting to a Corporate Controller we have known for years that has a reputation as a great coach and mentor. Please inquire today in confidence. We look forward to hearing from you.