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Assistant Accountant

Sector: Qualified Accountancy & Financial Management

Location: Central London

Type: Permanent

Ref: BBBH62742_1627484525

Salary: £35000.00 - £40000.00 per annum

An innovative mid size insurance company is seeking a dedicated, meticulous and systems savvy Assistant Accountant to join their team in London. The role is data driven and will report into the Senior Accountant and revolve around, but not be limited to, maintaining quality financial controls along with accurate accounting records for submission to internal and external parties, as well as handling payroll. The organisation is both well established as well as being on the forefront of pioneering in the area of insurance and technological innovation; and would offer significant career development and opportunity for growth in this specialised field.


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