Ebury is a FinTech success story, positioned among the fastest-growing international companies in its sector.
Headquartered in London, with offices across Europe, in Dubai, Toronto, Hong Kong & Sydney, we empower businesses that want to trade and transact internationally. We drive innovation through technology, providing businesses with the tools they need to manage their international trade and support their growth, including import lending, currency and risk products, and payment and collection facilities.
The talent of our 700+ multicultural staff, combined with our cutting-edge technology, tailored product range, and exceptional customer service, has enabled us to double in size year after year. Today we have over 20 offices across the world, with even more exciting expansion plans to come.
Even through our tremendous growth, we maintain a vibrant and enjoyable company culture, and those who excel in our highly meritocratic and fast-paced environment will be generously rewarded.
Are you ready to disrupt financial services?
The credit controller will be working with day to day management of Ebury’s credit exposures,late payments, delinquencies and disputes. This will include:
- Daily liaising with front office and various back office teams across the world
- Managing the relationship with external solicitors in various jurisdictions
- Monitoring and reporting of credit exposures, performance, and recoveries
- Making recommendations on credit actions such as close outs, initiation of legal action, settlement, negotiations, etc.
- Analyse businesses financials, payment behavior, including any past defaults or delinquencies and
- Analyse the company position(s) with Ebury, including P&L, exposure and credit limits
- Synthesise and present analysis to senior leadership and help with risk decision making
- Formalise risk decisions into insights that could be automated, and see through implementation
- Liaising with Solicitors to initiate legal proceedings and to follow up on ongoing legal matters
- Liaise daily with front office to collect information on any potential credit events and/or to negotiate payment plans and alternative agreements
- Identify and suggest ways to improve current processes, systems and controls
- Bachelor degree - Accounting, finance, law or similar (essential)
- Fluency in English is a must (additional languages are a plus)
- Background working as a credit controller or in accounting, risk analysis and/or statistics is a must
- Analytical mind and strong problem-solving skills
- Experience in understanding how businesses work and perform
- Clear, concise communication style
- Willing to work in a highly demanding and result-oriented team environment
- Working knowledge of Excel essential, VBA/Macros are a plus