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Feb 012019
 

Our client is a Belgian Real Estate Investment company in the middle of their growth and getting ready to become part of the stock exchange. It’s a medior company, more than 50 years old, with a huge ambition to become a well-know name in Europe.

Our client is a Belgian Real Estate Investment company in the middle of their growth and getting ready to become part of the stock exchange. It’s a medior company, more than 50 years old, with a huge ambition to become a well-know name in Europe. But don’t be mistaken, although we’re talking about a team of +-20 people, which will be doubled in the next year, they have a fund larger than 40 mil EUR. And they are just getting started. To prepare them for the challenges, the growth and expansion, they are in need of a Financial guru. Someone who wants to be involved in every aspect and enjoys strategic thinking as much as maintaining relationships with banks, investors and clients.

Your tasks:

  • Preparation of financial reports: annual reports, monthly reports, budget proposals, liquidity and profitability statements, business plans, solvency ratios.
  • About the tax optimization of the group structure, projects and cash flows Building, closing and optimization of credit lines, investment credits and project financing
  • Management of the family (private) business and finances

Your profile:

  • In-depth knowledge of the business / organizational structure of a family growth company
  • Able to manage conflicts well – A problem solver, not creator – A team player.
  • Being connected to IAB – IBR is a plus.
  • Operational experience
  • A business analyst

Your offer:

  • A gross annual salary up to 200k/ year
  • A very interesting bonus system
  • The chance to join an expanding group, full of career opportunities
  • A company that cares about its employees and put their comfort as a top priority.

Match criteria: Real estate, Accounting, Controller, Treasury, 40 hours, Outside the Netherlands, Non

Company name: Stepstone NL –

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