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Credit Controller (APAC) | Sydney

Apply Now Location: Sydney
Job Type: Permanent
Job Area: Finance
Applications Close: 31.08.2018

Liberty International Underwriters (LIU), offers specialty and commercial line insurance and reinsurance across Asia Pacific. 
Find out what it takes to be part of a global Fortune 100 company that exists to help people embrace today and confidently pursue tomorrow.

  • Global company 
  • Teamwork culture 
  • Competitive salary and benefits
  • Career development opportunities

Key responsibilities

  • Responsible for Credit control and debt collection for Asia Pacific.
  • Ensuring proactive communication with brokers to follow up outstanding debt in accordance with LIU policy and procedures
  • Processing debt recoveries and resolving debtor issues while ensuring maximum collection results are met. Monitoring debtor’s level, ensuring accuracy and maintaining minimum level of unallocated cash. 
  • Ensuring processing timelines are achieved by the finance team in accordance with the set service level agreements (SLAs)
  • Providing on-going support and completing ad hoc requests in relation to, and not limited to, debtor queries, cash allocations, account receivables and etc.
  • Responsible for the implementation of the Accounts Receivables project and rollout of the approved new processes.
  • Continuous review and monitoring of processes to identify improvements and drive efficiencies
  • Managing Account Receivable Assistants in ensuring debtors and unallocated cash levels are aligned with assigned KPIs. 
  • Assist management with receivable goals and objectives, timely management reporting, project and debtors risk analysis.
  • Coordination of debt management plans with various stakeholders. 
  • Build strong relationships with internal and external stakeholders to progress debtors collections process effectively.
  • Training and development of the Account Receivable team where required.
  • Liaise with team members and brokers in Asia Pacific.

Qualifications and Soft Skills

  • Professional finance qualifications with at least 7-8 years’ credit controller experience would be desirable.
  • Previous relevant experience in general insurance industry is preferred.
  • Demonstrated commercial and debt recovery/collections background and experience is essential.
  • Possess a background in general knowledge of the finance/accounting specialization.
  • Excellent working knowledge of PC based systems and applications such as SAP, Outlook, Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and database systems for managing contacts, schedules and calendars is required.
  • Possess strong stakeholder engagement abilities, solution driven and be a key advisor on credit control matters.
  • Able to prioritise in accordance with the business’ needs and has good time management abilities.
  • Must have the ability to build solid relationships, coupled with proven administrative and organisational skills.
  • Able to influence others and highly analytical and work autonomously
  • Strong verbal and written communications skills.
  • Has advanced continuous improvement, process management and negotiation skills.

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