Bain is a top international management consultancy firm. We help large enterprises develop and implement strategy, assess and integrate acquisitions, build and sustain a highperformance organization, and make lasting operational improvements across all elements of the value chain. We serve clients in all the world’s major economies, across all major industries including investors, private-sector companies and increasingly government and notfor-profit institutions.
Bain was founded in Boston USA in 1973. The firm has been present in the Nordics since 1994s with the Stockholm office formally opening in 1994. Bain Nordic has increasingly building a local presence in markets such as Denmark, Finland and Norway.
Bain Nordic currently has around 500+ employees, with approximately 60 playing a business support role. As part of our growth in the Nordic we are looking to recruit a Manager for the Accounting in Copenhagen to play a core role in our Nordic business.
The Account Manager will play a pivotal role in the Finance team. They will be responsible for Managing the Copenhagen Accounting team to prepare timely and accurate financial reporting, the assistance in development of internal controls to safeguard the company’s assets and support the team with any issues/questions that arise during the monthly close. Support and close collaboration with the controller is required to ensure proper application of global policies in accordance with US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP) and global procedures to ensure the maintenance of adequate controls. This role will be based out of our Copenhagen office
Accounting & Reporting:
Prepare annual performance review, hold regular PD chat, and ensure that the workload is balanced.
Follow up on training needs and develop a backup schedule for potential illness and vacation coverage to ensure that finance function continue to function with out interruption
If this sounds interesting, please apply by sending your CV and cover letter in English via the link above by no later than 11th October.