We’re looking for a Director of Finance who will further enhance our financial management as we scale. The Director of Finance will oversee financial reporting, budgeting, liquidity strategy and tax reporting and will report to our Head of Operations. This person will be analytical, detail-oriented and a strong strategic planner, in addition to being a rockstar at financial modeling.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversight of the preparation of financial statements, annual budget, and 409A valuations by Finance Department
  • Management of financial reporting to investors
  • Development of short-term and long-term strategies for managing liquidity, with future funding rounds, debt facilities, new country launches and foreign exchange moves, among others, as key inputs
  • Optimization of company capital structure
  • Management of the tax reporting process
  • Implementation, documentation, and maintenance of adequate and effective internal controls
  • Implementation of corporate policies and procedures such as invoice processing, cash management and expense policies
  • Development of a team of accounting / FP&A rockstars

Required skills:

  • 8+ years experience in FP&A or accounting roles at a lending and/or fintech company
  • Strong financial modeling, budgeting, valuation, financial analysis and deal structure experience
  • Strong GAAP and financial reporting skills
  • Experience managing multiple entities

Preferred skills:

  • Experience with multi-currency accounting, ideally in emerging markets
  • Familiarity with foreign exchange risks and mitigants
  • Experience managing a team
  • Experience working in high-growth, dynamic environments with the ability to adapt to change and re-prioritize
  • Familiarity with capital markets strategies
  • CPA

We strongly believe that inclusion fosters innovation and we’re proud to have a diverse team with a wide variety of backgrounds and experiences. We focus on hiring talented people regardless of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status, or disability status.

About Tala:

Tala (formerly InVenture) builds mobile products that help creditworthy individuals in emerging markets validate their financial identities and get access to fair credit to advance their businesses and families. Tala is providing choice and control to individuals around the world when it comes to their financial identity.

Tala is backed by Data Collective (DCVC), Lowercase Capital (Chris Sacca), Google Ventures, Collaborative Fund and other leading venture & impact investors. Fast Company ranked InVenture as the World’s Most Innovative Money Company in 2015 and our work has been highlighted by Wired UK, Forbes, the Economist, Vodafone, TED and many others.

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