Manager, Financial Reporting

Financial Management

Understand financial systems design and internal controls.
Implement and update accounting policies and procedures in accordance with professional standards.
Able to develop policies and procedures for documenting and supporting information for transactions and events.
Able to prepare financial statements and disclosures for external users and in compliance with regulatory standards.
Evaluate and adapt financial accounting systems and processes to respond to emerging developments.
Develop, prepare, analyze and interpret relevant financial information and non-financial performance measures.
Interpret and advise the organization on reporting obligations.
Ensure preparation of timely, reliable and relevant financial information.



Communicate standard work information either verbally or in writing in a clear and concise way- Taking account of audience and readership.
Demonstrate Business Etiquette in Oral/written/Telephone communication skills.
Prepare or present information to different audiences which is effective and understood.
Use skills and different formats to effectively communicate more complicated information.
Project a professional image in communications and physical presentation.
Facilitate resolutions between differing viewpoints.

Minimum Qualifications

Type of Qualification Field of Study

First Degree Finance and Accounting
Other Minimum Qualifications, certifications or professional memberships


Experience Required

5-7 years in Finance and Accounting with the ability to prepare financial reports of costs, cash flows, revenues and related items to inform management decision making. With an in depth, experiential understanding of more advanced analyses and the way in which financial ratios, trends, business and value drivers interact.


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About Stanbic Bank

Stanbic Bank is a division of Standard Bank, a member of the Standard Bank Group, based in Johannesburg, South Africa. Stanbic Bank was adopted as a trading name in 1992, when the Standard Bank Group, then known as Standard Bank Investment Corporation, acquired the African operations of ANZ Grindlays Bank. The new name was adopted to avoid confusion with the Standard Bank's British former parent bank, Standard Chartered Bank, which continued to operate in Africa.[1]