Fractional CFO (Chief Financial Officer)

About us:
Horizan VC is a new alt-VC Fund aiming to provide Idea Stage to Pre-Seed UK/EU founders with a new way to finance their entrepreneurial dreams. We do this utilising the Convertible Future Earnings Agreement, which is a combination of a SAFE note and a Future Earnings Agreement. Our mission is to use CFEA’s to democratise access to capital for Friends and Family stage UK and EU entrepreneurs, and give them additional resources needed to help them achieve their dreams.

Since our September 2021 launch, we’ve spoken to 50+ startups/founders and funded 3.
Going into 2022, we will continue to invest in more founders as well as prepare our next Fund. Therefore, we need a Chief Financial Officer to join us on this journey to manage the company’s financial affairs.

Job Description:
Manage and file our financial accounts: income statement, balance sheet, cashflow.
Prepare and manage our fund finances: FEA funding, fund modelling, fund reports, investor relations
Analyse our financial statements for strengths and weaknesses, and proposing correct actions to the CEOs and members of the executive team
Provide leadership and guidance to all finance personnel and build best practices
Establish and maintain good relationships with external partners, stakeholders and investors
Monitor financial press and keep track of market trends, opportunities, risks and new investment products

Qualities we are looking for:
Experienced in accounting and finance
Understanding of advanced accounting, regulatory issues, and tax planning
Have worked with small companies before
Understanding of fundraising and venture capital investing

Our terms and offer:
First month is provisional
Pay: £900 - £1500 a month (this is subject to negotiations)
Hours: 3-5 a week
More to be discussed

How to apply:
Use this Airtable link and fill out the application

In the meantime, get to know us:

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