Iron Mountain Statutory Reporting Accountant in Budapest, Hungary
At Iron Mountain we protect what our customers value most, from the everyday to the extraordinary, while helping them bridge the physical and digital world. Our people have the opportunity to bring their creativity to a workplace that thrives on change. Here, you will be part of a team that doesn’t just embrace what’s exceptional. It creates exceptional.
We have a brand new vacancy for a Statutory Reporting Specialist/Accountant in our Centre of Excellence in Budapest, Hungary to join newly developing team responsible for the statutory reports and accounting reports in EMEA Region.
As a Statutory Reporting Accountant you are to assist in the preparation of the statutory reports of various legal entities and provide all PBC items required for the statutory audits. This role will be part of a new team that will work directly with the Regional/Cluster Controllers to ensure timely delivery of statutory reports and external audits. The role will have frequent interaction with management personnel at all levels of our organization, including Enterprise FP&A, Regional/Country Business Partners, Tax, Treasury and each of our international business units in order to ensure the accuracy of information included in each of our financials.
This is an amazing opportunity for an individual that wants to step up from an auditor or accountant role and have impact on a global organization and be involved in transformation of the business in EMEA.
What you will do:
Responsible for preparing the statutory reports while working with the Regional/Cluster Controllers and in-country teams in order to ensure timely tracking and completion of reports.
Responsible for attending training sessions and ensuring the understanding of our statutory reporting platform that will assist with the preparation of the statutory reports.
Responsible for providing all Provided-by-client (“PBC”) items to auditors while working with the Regional/Cluster Controllers and in-country teams in order to ensure timely tracking and completion of reports.
Responsible for working with our finance shared service outsource provider to complete all PBC items requested by the auditors while working with the Regional/Cluster Controllers and in-country teams. This includes providing audit samples of contracts, invoices, reconciliation of accounts, etc.
Responsible for escalating material issues that would impact the Company’s consolidated financial reporting to the Regional/Cluster Controllers and in-country teams in order to ensure timely tracking and completion of reports.
Responsible for timely communication of significant transactions or issues during the period with our external auditors to ensure timely resolution of the accounting conclusions based on the local statutory guidance.
Responsible for tracking local GAAP to US GAAP adjustments and ensuring entries are recorded in a timely manner that is in line with the Company’s policy.
Responsible for completing all statutory reports within budget and/or escalating overruns in a timely manner while working with the Regional/Cluster Controllers and in-country teams.
Responsible for ensuring that all statutory reports are completed by the required deadlines.
Responsible for following consistent procedures for the preparation of statutory reports and the provision of PBC items to auditors.
Responsible for ensuring that each countries’ systems are in compliance with statutory requirements and Local GAAP entries are maintained within the system. You will support any system updates to the system reporting complies with the applicable guidance and generates the US GAAP to local GAAP adjustments, as required.
Responsible for staying up-to-date with the Global Accounting Policies, including the Policy for Statutory Reporting.
Responsible for collaborating with our Tax group to track legal entity liquidation plans and any related statutory reporting requirements.
What you will bring to the role:
University degree in finance/accounting related discipline.
Minimum 4 years relevant accounting/reporting/audit experience.
Knowledge of financial principles (IFRS), financial accounting and audit
Excellent English written and verbal.
Excellent knowledge of MS Excel (Oracle ERP will be a plus)
Strong analytical ability, tenacity and sound commercial judgment.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to work independently and meet tight deadlines
What we offer:
In return, we offer you a dynamic and collaborative working environment with the career development opportunities associated with the Global leader in information management.
Category: Finance (FI)
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