Sr. Financial Reporting Analyst

Broadridge is growing. We are actively recruiting for a Senior Financial Reporting Analyst to join our global Finance team in Newark. In this role, you will join the team responsible for running the performance of the Company's external financial reporting function. You will complement a team who runs quarterly and annual SEC reporting, interacts with external auditors, assists in the preparation and review of quarterly earnings release materials, performs accounting research, involved with M&A deal teams, and various other duties and special projects for the corporate external reporting department. You will report directly to the Vice President of Global Technical Accounting and Corporate Accounting Compliance with a dotted line to the Vice President of External Financial Reporting.

Are you an ambitious, energetic, strategic and analytical individual with a real passion for Financial Reporting? Are you looking to grow within a fast-growing dynamic organization? Please see below for how you can contribute to the success of our organization.

General Responsibilities:

You will provide leadership to ensure the timely and accurate completion of the following functions:

-- Quarterly 10-Q filings

-- Annual 10-K filing

-- Quarterly Earnings Release - financial data

You will be responsible for accounting research responsibilities and benchmarking related to external reporting matters
You will run Ad Hoc reporting requests and support M&A activity
You'll lead Sarbanes-Oxley testing and attestations
You will direct the compilation and review of certain financial data that is disclosed in the Company's 10-Q and 10-K filings with the SEC as well as the Earnings Releases quarterly
You'll provide support for Company business development representatives in potential Company M&A business acquisitions, including working with valuation specialists to derive intangible asset values associated with acquisitions, as well as the annual goodwill impairment analyses.
You will build and manage relationships with various business partners, including the legal, treasury, business development and FP&A departments to achieve the highest level of client satisfaction.
You'll respond to ad hoc requests for information and analysis.
You will ensure quarterly close activities are performed accurately and to required timelines.

Type of experience:

3-5 years Big 4 audit experience preferred, having attained the Senior Associate level for at least one year.
CPA required
Experience with publicly traded companies external filings.
Experience working with external auditors on audit issues.
Experience researching and understanding SEC rules and GAAP accounting rules a plus.
Proven skills in managing projects.


Drive projects to successful completion.
Ability to multi-task and meet designated deadlines.
Work with limited supervision.
Attention to detail is essential
Good communication skills are highly important (written and verbal)
Ability to research and understand complex accounting issues
Identify and implement creative solutions that support greater efficiency and strengthen internal controls over financial reporting

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled

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