Controllers are responsible for the financial management and reporting of the organization. They oversee accounting operations, financial planning, budgeting, and compliance to ensure a company’s financial health and integrity.
About our company
I started this company with my husband and co-founder, Ewan Hay, with two main objectives in mind: 1) provide our clients with the best possible value-driven resources and 2) build a talented pool of consultants by re-engaging working parents who have left full-time work for a better work-life balance.
We offer tailored consulting and project support, filling any organizational gaps; as well as sustained Interim/Fractional CFO, talent management, and part-time expertise. We strive to ensure clarity and stability in your financial journey.
- Financial Planning and Budgeting: Develop and manage the company’s financial planning and budgeting processes, including forecasting, cash flow management, and expense control.
- Financial Reporting: Prepare and analyze financial statements, including income statements, balance sheets, and cash flow statements. Ensure timely and accurate financial reporting to senior management and stakeholders.
- Accounting Operations: Oversee day-to-day accounting activities, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, general ledger, payroll, and expense management.
- Internal Controls: Establish and maintain internal controls to safeguard company assets, prevent fraud, and ensure compliance with accounting standards and regulations.
- Audit and Compliance: Coordinate and manage external audits, ensuring compliance with accounting principles and regulatory requirements. Address audit findings and implement improvements.
- Tax Management: Manage tax planning and compliance activities, including income tax, sales tax, and other tax-related matters. Stay up-to-date with tax regulations and implement tax-saving strategies.
- Financial Analysis: Provide financial analysis and insights to support strategic decision-making, including cost analysis, profitability analysis, and financial performance metrics.
- Cash Management: Monitor and manage cash flow to ensure the company’s liquidity needs are met, including optimizing cash balances and managing investments.
- Risk Management: Identify and mitigate financial risks through appropriate strategies and insurance coverage.
- Team Leadership: Supervise and mentor finance and accounting staff, fostering professional growth and development within the team.