It is inevitable that as a business grows the finance burden increases. It is therefore likely that an increasing amount of the owner’s time is taken up with the finance area. This is not what he envisaged when he started the business and unlikely what he wants to do or is what he does best.
Without an efficient and effective finance department which takes care of forward planning and the everyday routine it is unavoidable that the business owner will get involved.
Our main objective is free up busy Owners/MD’s by taking away the problems of the finance department in an organised way, and putting in place an organisation structure for your company. This will be a solid foundation for current and future plans.
We will ensure that the processes put in place help the business have clear direction. These processes will be communicated to everyone in the organisation to enable all the different functions to be aware of the impact their contributions have.
We will help you through the mist and fog so you can see your business and the future with greater clarity.
You will receive the support of an experienced finance director and you also get to spend your time doing what you want to do and enjoy but never seem able to find the time.
We will address:
We work with you to improve best practice cash management, forecasting and to manage cash flow effectively
We’ll identify important cost/ profit centres where improvements will directly impact your bottom line
One of our first priorities will be to ensure you have strong internal control systems and that you are collecting information in the right way
It is essential that you extract the relevant information from the business and presenting it effectively
We will ascertain your business targets and agree a project plan with you which will be the basis to manage your team.
We ensure that we are in control of all compliance issues, so you don’t have to.
We aim to have your business as tax efficient as it could possibly be.
Keep the lines of communication open with your bankers; they can be a useful asset.
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