Financial Controllership team is one of the key functions in Group Finance to drive the Group’s financial reporting framework & financial policy to ensure quality, timely and meaning financial information are provided to management for decision making. The team is also a gate-keeper sitting in the head office to monitor the quality of assets held by the group.
- The role manages the day to day activities of the Group Financial Controllership team based in Hong Kong. The role takes primary responsibility over the monthly consolidation process of the Group that forms the basis of all external reporting to parties such as banks, shareholders and other regulatory bodies as well as management reporting to senior management and the Board. In doing so, the role is the main custodian of the Group’s Finance Manual which contains all accounting and internal control policies of the Group and is responsible for the maintenance and continuous development of the HFM, the Group’s financial consolidation system. The role also has the responsibility to ensure that sufficient expertise in accounting and reporting standards are in place throughout the Group, including in subsidiary business units through the use of Internal Audit and Financial Review both of which are under the management of this role.
- As an individual contributor, the role is expected to be the Group’s internal expert in International Financial Reporting Standards as well as general public financial reporting requirements when the Group contemplates going public in the near future.
- During the initial period, the role will need to oversee the smooth transition of treasury related processes, currently the responsibilities of the GFC team, to the incoming Group Treasurer.
The role manages the Group Financial Controller function.