Financial Controller

Job Title:Financial Controller
Experience:7 to 10
Location:Cairo, Egypt

To plan, control and develop the activities of the Accounts and Sales Administration Departments. To manage all invoices, the collection of all outstanding debts, the payment of all suppliers, the banking of all receipts, the reconciliation of all accounts and the preparation of financial reports and tax returns for the JCB Operation. To advise the Dealer Principal and Group Director on financial matters.


-Take overall control of the company’s accounting function
– Provide leadership to the finance team, to optimize the company’s financial performance and strategic position
– To maintain, improve and develop standards and work rates in the Accounts and Sales Administration departments
– Contribute fully to the development of company strategy across all areas of the business, challenging assumptions and decision-making as appropriate and providing financial analysis and guidance on all activities, plans, targets, and business drivers
– To prepare monthly operating statements accurately and on time
– Ensure that company financial systems are robust, compliant and support current activities and future growth
– Work with senior teams to grow the business, formulating strategies and plans.
– Ensure corporate budgeting processes are carried out and reviewed
– Take ultimate responsibility for the company cash management policies and ensure that strict credit control is maintained, as determined by the company’s Policy
– Present annual accounts to shareholders
– Ensure that the regulatory requirements of all statutory bodies are met
– Corporate finance: manage company policies regarding capital requirements, debt, taxation, equity, disposals, and acquisitions, as appropriate
– Establish a high level of credibility and manage strong working relationships with external parties including customers and advisors
– Ensure the business adheres to current legislation
– To implement internal controls in order to deter fraud or defalcation and to detect fraud or defalcation should it occur.


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