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To be a successful FP&A Analyst takes part commercial acumen, part accountancy knowledge and part trend forecasting. It’s a mission-critical finance job, sitting between the engine room of any enterprise’s accounting department, and the more forward-thinking business decision-making departments such as investments and strategic business development.
Developing a career as in FP&A in some regards parallels that of an accountant – the raw skill sets, finance knowledge and further education required are similar. However, there are a few things you can do to better prepare yourself for a career as an FP&A Analyst that will stand you in very good stead. Let’s take a closer look at what’s involved.