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Financial Analyst

Sector: Risk, Compliance & Governance

Location: Central London

Type: Permanent

Ref: BBBH62665_1624359096

Salary: £50000 - £70000 per annum

A well established, reputable international Financial Services and Transaction Advisory firm in the City is seeking a Financial Analyst to join their very international, dynamic team in London. The company deals with a wide range of clients and offers exposure to a diverse industry base. The role offers flexible work arrangements as well as fantastic career development for an ambitious, driven and dedicated Financial Accountant whose expertise include valuations experience.

 

Skills:

Msc Finance
ACA, ACCA, MBA or relevant Finance qualification
Around 3 years Valuations
Currently working in a similar role
PPA Knowledge essential

 

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