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    Group FP&A Director

    c. £120k plus bonus

    Job Description

    Finatal are retained on a search for a Group FP&A Director to join a scaling private equity backed buy and build within the facilities services sector. The business has capitalised on a fragmented marketspace and is currently t/o c.£100m with the ambition of a predicted exit inside of the next 12-18months. The business requires an experienced, private equity proven Group FP&A Director to work closely alongside an experienced CFO, driving strategic decision making and performance towards the predicted exit.

    The successful candidate must be accustomed to the agility and pace of change within a private equity backed business, and be a pro-active, operationally orientated strategic thinker, who is articulate and confident in their presentation skills, and liaising with divisional MD’s and investors.

    • Interim CFO

      I am currently partnering with a lower mid-market PE fund who immediately require an Interim CFO to enhance the core finance function for one of their SaaS businesses post investment. The business has strong growth plans though inorganic means thus, need a hands on CFO to streamline reporting processes and maintain tight control over cashflow forecasting.

      Operating in a lean finance team, you'll be responsible for streamlining reporting, improving MI, and integrating acquisitions.

      The role needs someone who proves both strategic and technical. Previous Private Equity experience is essential.

    • CFO


      £200,000 per annum + bonus + equity

      Based in London (hybrid)


      The opportunity

      A PE backed transformation business is seeking an experienced CFO who can execute their buy & build strategy alongside organic international growth. The business has completed 2 acquisitions to date and hopes to grow EBIDTA to £15m in the next 3 years before an exit. The company has key hubs in the UK and US with significant revenues stemming from North America. The M&A strategy includes acquisitions in UK, US and across continental Europe. They are backed by a leading mid-market investor with a renowned reputation for successful buy & build.

      The role

      As the CFO you will be responsible for overseeing the financial operations and strategies as they pursue growth through mergers and acquisitions. Working closely with the CEO and the executive team, you will be a key driver in ensuring financial discipline, maximizing shareholder value, and implementing scalable financial processes. This is an exceptional opportunity for a strategic finance leader to join a high-impact private equity-backed transformation business and shape its future success.


      • Develop and execute a comprehensive financial strategy aligned with our business objectives and growth plans, leveraging M&A opportunities.
      • Lead financial due diligence processes for potential acquisitions, assessing financial risks, opportunities, and integration plans.
      • Drive financial analysis and modelling to support investment decisions, pricing strategies, and post-acquisition integration efforts.
      • Oversee financial planning, budgeting, forecasting, and cash flow management, ensuring accuracy, transparency, and agility in financial reporting.
      • Implement robust financial controls, systems, and processes to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and mitigate risks.
      • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to evaluate potential acquisition targets, negotiate deal terms, and execute successful integrations.
      • Develop and maintain key performance indicators (KPIs) and metrics to monitor financial performance, track synergies, and drive operational excellence.
      • Provide financial insights and recommendations to the executive team, supporting strategic decision-making and business growth initiatives.
      • Lead and mentor a high-performing finance team, fostering a culture of continuous improvement, accountability, and professional development.


      • Proven experience as a CFO or a senior finance executive in a private equity-backed organisation (ideally professional services) with a focus on transformation and M&A.
      • Strong understanding of financial analysis, due diligence, valuation techniques, and post-acquisition integration strategies.
      • Demonstrated success in executing complex M&A transactions and driving financial performance improvements.
      • Solid knowledge of financial regulations, accounting principles, and tax compliance in international markets.
      • Excellent strategic thinking abilities, with the capacity to translate financial data into actionable insights and recommendations.
    • CFO



      £180,000 per annum + bonus + equity


      The opportunity

      A high-growth B2B SaaS business is seeking an experience CFO to support on their next phase of growth. Their innovative platform has revolutionized the way businesses operate, providing cutting-edge solutions that empower organisations to streamline their operations and maximize their efficiency. With a strong focus on scalability and customer success, they have quickly emerged as a leader in the market, generating an impressive revenue of £20 million. Backed by a renowned growth equity investor, they are poised for even greater expansion and market dominance.

      The role

      • Lead and oversee the financial operations of the company, including budgeting, forecasting, financial planning, and analysis.
      • Develop and implement effective financial strategies, ensuring alignment with the company's overall business objectives.
      • Provide financial insights and recommendations to the executive team, supporting strategic decision-making and business growth initiatives.
      • Drive financial efficiency and profitability through cost optimization, revenue recognition, and pricing strategies.
      • Collaborate with cross-functional teams to establish financial metrics, key performance indicators (KPIs), and reporting processes to monitor business performance.
      • Manage investor relations, including reporting, fundraising, and maintaining strong relationships with the growth equity investor.
      • Ensure compliance with financial regulations, accounting standards, and tax requirements.
      • Oversee the finance and accounting team, providing leadership, guidance, and mentorship to foster professional growth and a high-performance culture.

      Key requirements

      • Qualified Accountant (ACA, CIMA, ACCA or equivalent)
      • Proven experience as a CFO or a senior finance executive in a high-growth B2B subscription company.
      • Strong understanding of SaaS business models, revenue recognition, and subscription-based financial metrics.
      • Demonstrated success in developing and implementing financial strategies that drive business growth and profitability.
      • Exceptional communication and presentation skills, with the ability to effectively communicate complex financial concepts to non-financial stakeholders.