Singer Asia Limited, a multinational group in the retail and consumer finance sector with combined revenues exceeding US$ 450 million and a track record of success spanning over 100 years, is now seeking a Finance and Credit Manager for their business in Cambodia
Reporting to the General Manager - Cambodia, you will base in Battambang province for first year and move to base in Phnom Penh from second year on ward. You will be assisting in set-up and run the entire financial and credit operations. The Finance and Credit Manager will manage the cash flow, inventory, and consumer credit. Responsibilities also include, effective product pricing, preparation annual budgets, forecasts and monitoring, corporate reporting, tax planning and compliance, facilitating internal and external audits, compliance to IFRS and other statutory requirements, effectively allocating and controlling finance and constantly evaluating the financial feasibility of business. In that capacity, you will be expected to work closely with the Singer Asia Management to develop a clear, sustainable and profitable growth agenda, around differentiated retail business models, product offerings, and measurable revenue and profit milestones.
To succeed in this role, you must be an experienced finance and credit risk manager with at least 10 years of relevant experience with appropriate educational/professional accounting qualifications. Conversant with credit management, financial concepts, accounting software, IFRS and taxation is required. Knowledge and prior experience in retailing of household consumer durables, computer and mobile devices, furniture and consumer focused financial products would be strong positives.
Most importantly, you must have demonstrable track record of integrity and commitment coupled with the gravitas and strength of character to work closely with the Singer Asia Management team. Fluency in English and Khmer with computer competency are required. Exceptional financial, analytical, credit control and people management skills with outstanding interpersonal skills are a must.
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