The Assistant Consolidation Accounting Manager is a vital member of the finance department responsible for supporting the Consolidation Accounting Manager in overseeing and managing the consolidation and reporting of financial data for the organization. This role plays a critical part in ensuring accurate financial reporting, compliance with accounting standards, and providing insights to support strategic decision-making. The Assistant Consolidation Accounting Manager will collaborate closely with the Consolidation Accounting Manager and various departments to ensure the integrity of financial statements.
Financial Consolidation Support:
Assist the Consolidation Accounting Manager in managing the consolidation process for multiple entities, subsidiaries, and business units within the organization.
Contribute to ensuring timely and accurate consolidation of financial data, including income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements.
Assist in verifying intercompany transactions and eliminating inconsistencies.
Assist with consolidating foreign currency translations and addressing currency exchange rate fluctuations.
Financial Reporting Assistance:
Collaborate with the Consolidation Accounting Manager to prepare consolidated financial statements in accordance with Thai Financial Reporting Standards (TFRS) as applicable.
Support compliance efforts with regulatory reporting requirements and disclosure standards.
Contribute to the production of financial reports for internal and external stakeholders, including senior management, investors, and regulatory bodies.
Assist in supervising and mentoring a team of consolidation accountants and analysts.
Contribute to setting performance goals and providing guidance to team members.
Help foster a collaborative and high-performance work environment.
Collaborate with the Consolidation Accounting Manager to review and enhance consolidation processes to improve efficiency, accuracy, and scalability.
Support the implementation of best practices in financial consolidation and reporting.
Stay informed about changes in accounting standards and regulations.
Work closely with finance teams, including FP&A, tax, and audit, to ensure accurate and timely financial information.
Assist in supporting external auditors during the audit process.
Provide support and insights to cross-functional teams on financial matters.
Compliance and Controls:
Collaborate with the Consolidation Accounting Manager to maintain strong internal controls over the consolidation process.
Assist in ensuring compliance with accounting regulations, standards, and policies.
Support the implementation and maintenance of accounting software and tools as necessary.