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Newly qualified ACA for Bank Treasury role

Location:
London
Salary:
To £55k base + bens + bonus
Job type:
Permanent
Job reference:
SS/148660

Large bank seeks a professionally qualified accountant to join the Group Treasury function in London in a liquidity management role.

The preferred candidate will be newly ACA qualified from a leading practice firm  with exposure to banking clients.

You do not need prior treasury experience, but should be interested in balance sheet and liquidity management.

The bank offers excellent promotion and internal opportunities for future career development.

This vacancy has now expired.
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