Accounting Manager in Memphis, TN at First Horizon National Corporation

Date Posted: 11/25/2019

Job Snapshot

Job Description

Responsibilities:
• Participating in the review and development of quality control procedures for financial products produced by CAO Division and Corporate Finance

• Support the Bank’s external financial SEC and regulatory filing preparation and review process

• Representing the accounting department on enterprise-wide projects as needed

• Assessing operational and accounting compliance with policies and procedures

• Reviewing consolidated financial statements to ensure financial accuracy and disclosure compliance

• Supporting the evaluation of CAO Division’s preparedness for increased levels of M&A activity and financial control enhancement


Employee should have strong GAAP knowledge and excellent verbal and written communication skills. Additionally, the employee should have a working knowledge of accounting specific to the financial services industry including loan accounting and financial regulatory filing requirements. This employee will be expected to work with Executives and areas of First Horizon including Credit Reporting and Risk Management, Enterprise Risk Management, Enterprise Technology, Corporate Finance, Loan Operations, Internal Audit, and other departments of Corporate Accounting.

Job Requirements:
• Education: Undergraduate or master’s degree in Accounting
• Experience: At least 10 years of related experience at a financial institution or public accounting firm preferred
• Licenses: CPA preferred


Work Hours:
Monday - Friday
8:30AM - 5:30PM (Some evenings/weekends)

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