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Head of FinanceHybrid

LocationInternational Financial Services Centre, D - Ireland
Work TypeFull time
Positions1 Position
Published At:2 months ago

At humm we offer a blended approach to working that gives you the flexibility to work at home or in the office depending on what you have on. We ask that you keep our customers front of mind at all times and that you get together with your team at least twice a week to connect and collaborate. The rest is open for discussion.

Job no: EMQB3
  • Critical role in our Irish business
  • Reporting to our CEO - Ireland
  • Flexible working with work from home and back to base days

We Dream. We Design. We Deliver.

This is the place where you’ll be hands on. Where new ideas are welcomed and expected.

At every level and in every role we’re doers and builders. Not Managers and minders.

humm is an enduring fintech organisation with a proud legacy of rewriting the playbook for digital spending. We help people buy everything, everywhere, every day. Our product ecosystem of buy now pay later, and business financing products has been designed around the core needs of today's shoppers, retailers, and small and medium enterprises.

What's so exciting about this role?

Reporting to our CEO - Ireland, the purpose of this role is to lead the Finance function of Flexifi Europe Limited (trading as humm) part of ASX listed hummgroup (Group). As the Head of Finance, you will be responsible for the financial planning and reporting, treasury and tax obligations of the firm working closely with internal and external stakeholders ensure compliance with all accounting, legal and regulatory obligations.

What does and average day look like?

No day is average at humm but here’s an idea of what you can expect to do in this role:

  • Financial planning, budgeting and forecasting, including the preparation and presentation of monthly financial and management accounts to all relevant stakeholders.
  • Preparation and filing of all statutory returns, including interim and year-end financial statements.
  • Planning, co-ordinating and managing internal and external audits.
  • Liaising with external tax advisors to ensure the firms’ tax arrangements are appropriately structured and managed, including ensuring timely filing of all tax returns.
  • Ensuring appropriate levels of relevant insurances are always in place for the firm.
  • Reviewing and negotiating financial terms in third party agreements and maintaining oversight of all outsourced services relating to the Finance function.
  • Managing key commercial, banking and relevant regulatory relationships.
  • Advising the CEO on the financial performance of the firm and the identification and management of financial risk, including stress testing where required.
  • Driving and supporting data and reporting transformation on the firms’ portfolio, including reporting benchmarking and improvements.
  • Contributing to broader transformation initiatives in a leadership capacity.
  • Collaborating closely with the Group’s finance, tax and treasury teams to ensure delivery of all requirements for the Irish business are to a consistently high standard.

Who will thrive in this role?

You are someone who believes in the strength of good relationships. You are flexible, driven, and passionate about customers; you can operate in and contribute to a fast paced and dynamic environment, and you bring excellent multi-tasking skills and a focus on delivering outcomes.

You behave with integrity and trust; you understand ethical behaviour and business practices and ensure your behaviour and that of others is consistent with these standards and aligns with both the values of the firm and with the fitness and probity standards of the CBI.

We are also looking for someone who brings:

  • Qualified Chartered Accountant (ACA, ACCA, CIMA, CPA).
  • 5+ years at a senior level in the finance function of a regulated financial services firm in Ireland, with previous PCF 11 experience preferred;
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills, and appropriate tailoring to the audience with ability to develop and deliver Board presentations and papers;
  • Strong numeracy skills;
  • Good strategic judgement, business acumen and dealing with ambiguity; and demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and manage stakeholder engagement and expectations.

Please note:

This is a Pre-approval Controlled Function (PCF) as defined by the CBI in its Fitness and Probity Standards. As such, any offer of employment is conditional upon:

(i) us being satisfied and conducting appropriate due diligence on your fitness and probity to undertake this role and to meet the relevant standards that apply to it on an ongoing basis; and:

(ii) prior approval of the CBI.


  • Published on 19 Apr 2024, 6:10 AM