Financial Controller Outsourcing

The financial controller relates to the accounting, reporting and financial controls in a company producing timely and accurate financial statements. The controllership is backward-looking or historical reporting. It measures what happened last month, last quarter and last year for the purpose of reporting the operating performance to management, taxing authorities, banks and others. The controller supervises the accounting department and oversees functions such as accounts receivable, accounts payable, inventory, credit, human resources and payroll to ensure that all financial transactions take place in a controlled, efficient manner consistent with the financial policies and procedures of the corporation. Some of the services provided by our Controllers:

  • Develop and implement accounting policies and procedures, coordination of systems and procedures, and the preparation of operating data and special reports as required including monthly and year-end internal financial statements.
  • Maintain the company’s chart of accounts system and keep books and records on all company transactions and assets.
  • In conjunction with the Chief Financial Officer and business owners, prepare, coordinate, review and endorse budget proposals and discuss proposed changes or improvements to management.
  • Compare actual performance with operating plans, budgets, standards and reports and interpret the results of operations to all levels of management.
  • Provide for the control and editing of company financial transactions, to ensure conformity to established policies and procedures.
  • Establish and administer tax policies and procedures.
  • Supervise or coordinate the preparation of reports to government agencies.
  • Provide other managers and departments with information required by them to carry out their assigned responsibilities.
  • Assure protection for the assets of the business through internal control, internal auditing and assuring proper insurance coverage.
  • Assist marketing in establishing and maintaining product pricing policies.
  • Perform customer profitability analysis.
  • Perform product profitability analysis.
  • Provide accounting advice to management.
  • Supervise the work of accounting staff to ensure accurate and timely performance of all basic accounting functions.
  • Train and mentor the accounting personnel.

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