Accounting Manager - Mid Atlantic
NFP is a leading insurance broker and consulting firm that provides Employee Benefits, Property & Casualty, Retirement, Individual Insurance and Wealth Management solutions for companies, individuals and independent financial advisors. NFP has more than 3,500 employees and global capabilities. The Company has become one of the largest Insurance Brokerage, Retirement Consulting and Wealth Management firms by building enduring relationships with our clients and helping them realize their goals. In 2016, NFP had an annual revenue of $1 billion. The company is headquartered in New York, New York, with corporate offices in Chicago, Illinois and Austin, Texas.
The Mid-Atlantic Region has over 450 employees, in over 20 offices, and brings in 12% of NFP’s total revenue.
For more information, please visit the Company’s website: www.nfp.com
The Accounting Manager, Mid-Atlantic Region will have direct responsibility for all financial and operational functions within the Mid-Atlantic region. Responsibilities include but are not limited to managing the financial close, financial statement analysis and preparation, reviewing and approving account reconciliations and journal entries, payroll, accounts receivable, accounts payable and other ad-hoc projects and activities.
The Accounting Manager will liaise with various departments within NFP (accounting, legal, operations, finance, M&A, technology) to ensure proper implementation and integration of regional initiatives, strategy and systems and will assist the regional Controller in working consultatively with NFP Mid-Atlantic Leadership in providing financial guidance and analytics.
The Accounting Manager, Mid-Atlantic Region will report directly to the Controller of the Mid-Atlantic region.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
- Manage the financial close and staff to ensure timely and accurate financial reporting and analysis for all firms within the region.
- Complete financial reporting process including variance analysis; m/m, y/y, actuals vs. budget, actuals to forecast, etc.
- Monitor and track commission revenues and related AR aging, client billing and invoicing, and producer (internal and external) commission splits and payments.
- Advise on and resolve any producer payout disputes or conflicts.
- Perform final payroll review and approval of bi-weekly payroll for all firms within the region.
- Review and approve all account reconciliations and journal entries.
- Provide assistance with preparing and finalizing budget and forecasts.
- Oversee AP processing and ensure proper expense coding and recognition.
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