Up to £103400 per annum
23 days ago
This is a newly formed role created to deliver on the objective of contributing to the improvement of UK corporate reporting through innovation and furthering the opportunities of digital communication.
This organisation monitors and takes action to promote the quality of UK corporate reporting.
This team is responsible for public and technical policy covering accountancy and audit work.
The role focuses on contributing to the improvement of UK corporate reporting through innovation and furthering the opportunities of digital communication.
The successful candidate will encourage innovation in UK corporate reporting and the development of regulatory standards by engaging in a practical way with the wider investment community, preparers and other stakeholders in the standard setting process.
The successful candidate is likely to be a qualified accountant, with strong experience and good knowledge of UK corporate reporting requirements.
Good knowledge of technologies used in corporate reporting is desirable.
Ability to engage with and command respect of senior stakeholders both internally and externally to inform the development of policy, programmes and strategy.
Engagement with international regulatory authorities and standard setters to understand and respond to changing international policy development in the public interest.
Confident and articulate communicator with credibility on issues relating to corporate reporting and equity capital raising through combined technical experience and intellect.
Excellent analytical skills and judgement.
First-class technical skills (ability to provide legally sound, clear and constructive advice).
Strong written and oral communication skills.
Competitive benefits package, including 30 days annual leave plus ability to buy extra leave.
- Employer pension contribution of 10%.
- A strong work/life balance ethos.