Xendit provides payment infrastructure across Southeast Asia, with a focus on Indonesia and the Philippines. We process payments, power marketplaces, disburse payroll and loans, provide KYC solutions, prevent fraud, and help businesses grow exponentially. We serve our customers by providing a suite of world-class APIs, eCommerce platform integrations, and easy to use applications for individual entrepreneurs, SMEs, and enterprises alike.
Our main focus is building the most advanced payment rails for Southeast Asia, with a clear goal in mind — to make payments across in SEA simple, secure and easy for everyone. We serve thousands of businesses ranging from SMEs to multinational enterprises, and process millions of transactions monthly. We’ve been growing rapidly since our inception in 2015, onboarding hundreds of new customers every month, and backed by global top-10 VCs. We’re proud to be featured on among the fastest growing companies by Y-Combinator.
Our team is looking for an experienced and technically minded technical accounting manager that uses deep technical knowledge of accounting standards (i.e. US GAAP and various local GAAP such as Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand and any other countries that Xendit ventures into), commercial understanding of FinTech and payment gateway industry, analytical skill and strong interpersonal skills to ensure all financial results are compliant with the relevant accounting standards.
In addition, this role is not limited to review of historic transactions - the technical accounting manager is involved at the initiation stage to ensure that the accounting impact of transactions is appropriately considered and communicated to senior decision-makers and leverages a variety of stakeholder relationships to ensure that accounting-related projects are implemented effectively. Where new transactions or accounting policy changes require changes to systems and processes, the technical accounting manager will work with the internal audit team and various stakeholders in ensuring that these are made consistently and appropriately across the Group, including the implementation of controls where necessary.
Furthermore, this role will be one of the key persons in ensuring that the Group and subsidiaries are prepared for the year end audits done by Big 4 auditors, and that these audits are passed with an unqualified opinion within the required timeframe at both local and group level. This role involves working closely with the Group Financial Controller in Singapore, Regional Financial Controllers as well as reporting to the Head of Audit and Accounting.
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