As a manager, you want your company to grow and thrive, and this means putting its financial health in good hands.
Whether your organization is growing or mature, focused on acquisition or succession, a strong Chief Financial Officer (CFO) plays a key role in assessing the profitability of your operations and ensuring balanced economic management and planning. Is your cash flow at risk? Could the exchange rates affect your bottom line? How should you approach your next acquisition? A qualified finance executive will help build an exceptional team to meet all these challenges head-on.
Finance executives play a critical role in your company. They oversee the strategy, execution and overall performance of the financial operations. They must also ensure compliance with fiscal standards and protect company assets. Whether you are seeking a chief financial officer (CFO), corporate controller, director of financial planning and analysis (FP&A) or a director of mergers and acquisitions (M&A), recruiting the right candidate is essential to the balanced management of your company assets.
The finance headhunters at PIXCELL understand that you need to have a proactive, disciplined leader to make the right business and financial decisions and allow your company to grow and thrive. Our rigorous executive search process is based on years of experience in recruiting finance and/or accounting leaders to solve our clients’ unique business challenges.
The CFO generally reports to the President and CEO. This executive’s role is to oversee economic activity and ensure the sound management of the company’s financial affairs. The CFO is also responsible for managing financial risk.
Depending on the company’s strategy, the CFO may be tasked with analyzing merger and acquisition opportunities or managing investment and financing projects. This executive plays a key role in the company’s development and is accountable to the board of directors, shareholders and investors.
The corporate controller oversees all matters related to financial statements. This means ensuring that all financial reports and all transactions and activities related to the accounting cycle are accurate and complete. This executive is also responsible for statutory and regulatory compliance. The corporate controller, who often has CPA designation, must also ensure that audits and external verifications are carried out properly.
Some specific prerequisites may be required of the candidate for this position, including an in-depth knowledge of the Accounting Standards for Private Enterprises (ASPE), International Finance Reporting Standards (IFRS) and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
The person in this role is responsible for financial planning and analysis. Typically reporting to the vice president of finance or the chief financial officer, this executive oversees the budget process and defines performance indicators, thereby allowing executives to make sound decisions and ensure good risk management.
As a mid-level or senior executive, the director of financial planning and analysis generally supervises the teams responsible for finance and accounting in the company.
As financial headhunters, our speciality is filling executive positions in finance, accounting and tax. We understand that the CFO and other finance executives play a crucial role in the success and longevity of your company. You need a reliable leader with an analytical mind and a strong sense of duty and ethics.
Do you need to hire an executive to manage your company’s finances? You can count on PIXCELL’s CFO recruiters and finance and accounting headhunters.