Finance Vice President

Top Finance Vice President Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Finance Vice President. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Finance Vice President resumes they appeared on. For example, 32.9% of Finance Vice President resumes contained Financial Statements as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Finance Vice President actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Finance Vice President resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Financial Statements

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Here's how Financial Statements is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Prepared monthly financial statements, maintained investments portfolios and other duties related to treasury.
  • Preformed month-end closings including preparation on financial statements, analysis of actual versus budget.
  • Installed monthly reporting system that included financial statements and operating results analysis.
  • Performed monthly consolidation and prepared all financial statements and internal/external reporting packages.
  • Prepared financial statements and supporting schedules.
  • Manage the production of customer level financial statements for 12 businesses and present results to senior management in financial review meetings.
  • Reviewed all accounting entries and approved monthly financial statements for all departments and reported results to the Board of Directors.
  • Prepared financial statements, product costing, cash forecasts, and operating results analysis for month-end and year-end.
  • Prepared financial statements, consolidations, cash forecasts, and operating results analysis on a monthly basis.
  • Completed restatement of financial statements for the company, beginning with the first quarter of 1996.
  • Oversee general ledger, month end close procedures, and preparation of monthly/annual financial statements.
  • Processed and reviewed high volumes of financial statements and income tax returns for several companies.
  • Managed a team of 10 employees and worked with external auditors on restated financial statements.
  • Managed external audits, and all financial statements were successfully audited without issues.
  • Prepared financial statements and reported to the board on a monthly basis.
  • Ensured divisional financial statements were in compliance with SEC requirements.
  • Coordinate and certify audited IFRS financial statements for debt holders.
  • Completed monthly, quarterly, and yearly financial statements.
  • Handled all accounting and financial statements.
  • KEY DUTIES: Prepared monthly financial statements.

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2. Ensure Compliance

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Here's how Ensure Compliance is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Planned and consulted with administration to ensure compliance with established procedures and directives as well as with accreditation standards.
  • Assisted with merger/acquisition transactions including due diligence to ensure compliance and accuracy.
  • Develop local internal control procedures within corporate guidelines and ensure compliance.
  • Review Authorizations for Expenditures to ensure compliance with Corporate standards.
  • Coordinated audits of company accounts and financial transactions to ensure compliance with state and federal requirements and statutes.
  • Develop and monitor the annual budget of each property and ensure compliance with agreements of funding sources.
  • Developed and implemented employment practices, policies and manual to ensure compliance with State and Federal agencies.
  • Worked closely with the valuation businesses to implement processes and procedures to ensure compliance with new legislation.
  • Provide user training and support for CT Product Controllers to ensure compliance with policy and procedures.
  • Analyzed and audited firm trading accounts to ensure compliance with regulatory and industry standards.
  • Conducted operational risk and control assessments to ensure compliance with industry (VISA/MC) standards
  • Managed the post-closing audit process to ensure compliance with Federal and State regulations.
  • Established Human Resource policies and procedures and ensure compliance with employment law.
  • Performed file audits to ensure compliance with CHCP policy and federal regulations.
  • Record and housekeeping responsibilities to ensure compliance with SEC and FINRA regulations.
  • Inspected personnel activities to ensure compliance with policies and directives.
  • Register with Canadian Revenue Authority and ensure compliance with GST/HST.
  • Manage the matching funds for federal grants to ensure compliance.
  • Document internal control policies and ensure compliance.
  • Review account on a regular basis to ensure compliance with internal and external policies, guidelines, rules, and regulations.

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3. Annual Audit

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Here's how Annual Audit is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Prepared audit packages for external auditors and managed annual audits and quarterly reviews.
  • Prepared annual audited financial statements.
  • Manage the quarterly, annual Statutory Blue Book, and annual audited statutory reporting for two Special Purpose Financial Captive Entities.
  • Planned, directed, and improve procedures to shorten fieldwork & decreased audit adjustments for annual audit and tax preparations.
  • Coordinated annual audit with KPMG, ensuring optimal documentation of all financial reporting and statements prior to audit activities.
  • Facilitate portfolio information to EXIMBANK for annual audit, achieving 100% success since the implementation of the program.
  • Served as annual audit liaison with independent CPA firm and on the Finance Committee, Board of Directors.
  • Established US vs. UK GAAP translation methodology to support both US and UK annual audits.
  • Manage the quarterly and annual audited GAAP Reporting for one Special Purpose Financial Captive Entity.
  • Completed the company's first annual audit in under 6 weeks with Tanner, LLC.
  • Managed the division level annual audit and preparation of federal income tax return.
  • Coordinated annual audit, Form 990 preparation, and ongoing cost reporting.
  • Championed an annual audit from independent firm due to investor requirements.
  • Complete responsibility for the annual audit and all tax compliance.
  • Managed the annual audit and ensured compliance with IFRS.
  • Coordinate annual audit and tax return preparations.
  • Coordinated with external auditors and tax preparers for annual audited financial statement and tax filings
  • Established timeline for annual audit; and collaborated with external auditors to define overall audit scope.
  • Prepared and reviewed all audit and tax schedules for the annual audit and tax deadlines.
  • Planned and coordinated the annual audit, which included preparation of audited financial statements.

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4. Due Diligence

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Here's how Due Diligence is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Produced confidential information memos that maximized interest among potential investors by demonstrating intensive due diligence, credit analysis and industry knowledge.
  • Performed due diligence, developed valuation models and integration strategies including employment contracts, and participated in price negotiations.
  • Distribute complete due diligence manuals to national investment community, with detailed competitive analysis.
  • Performed financial due diligence on potential acquisition targets and during company's acquisition.
  • Participated in due diligence efforts for proposed acquisitions and other business ventures.
  • Performed due diligence accounting and made recommendations to key corporate decision-makers.
  • Directed due diligence process, completed Form S-1 Registration Statement, including 2 amendments, and cleared all SEC comments.
  • Assisted the team with M&A related projects, including due diligence, analysis and integration.
  • Performed financial due diligence and negotiation for a $20 million U.K. acquisition.
  • Facilitated the due diligence efforts and system integration of several M&A efforts
  • Modeled cash flow projections and performed due diligence activities for potential investors.
  • Managed decision and due diligence process with pension fund partners.
  • Helped with due diligence for raising capital and loans.
  • Performed due diligence for auto and marine floor plan dealers
  • Key executive charged with due diligence, analytics, documentation, closing and servicing transfer of $130M distressed portfolio acquisition.
  • Served as a resource to inform company of new trades and deal timelines to due diligence process.
  • Provided due diligence support for the company's acquisition by Valicert (NASDAQ: VLCT).
  • Develop strategic plans, cash management, scalable business infrastructure and drive due diligence process.
  • Conduct M&A due diligence, company valuation, and market analysis.
  • Performed due diligence on Costa Rican acquisition target.

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5. Equity

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Here's how Equity is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Finance and IT leader for a recently merged, equity owned separations and refinery tower internals manufacturer.
  • Managed accounting, financial planning, strategic planning, equity/debt funding and administrative functions.
  • Lead negotiator for personal guaranteed liabilities of primary private equity investor.
  • Managed treasury functions including cash management and equity repurchases.
  • Developed lines of credit, leasing, and notes payable instruments through banking and equity firm finance arrangements.
  • Worked with investment managers to analyze results on fixed income, equity, real estate and mortgage portfolios.
  • Provided due diligence support for the company's four equity offerings, totaling approximately $36 million.
  • Lead efforts to source debt, equity, tax equity investors in wind and solar projects.
  • Work closely with business development, with focus on equity, capital and debt raising efforts.
  • Negotiated over $2 million in private equity financing from venture capital firms and other sources.
  • Raised $9 million in equity from institutional investors attaining 11% over current stock price.
  • Developed business plan and financial modeling to secure $3.1 million in private equity financing.
  • Prepared the business for sale from one private equity concern to a separate concern.
  • Established and maintained relationships with sponsor equity, tax equity and debt investors.
  • Facilitated a Series C equity round as well as a Mezzanine loan.
  • Performed equity valuations for tax, ESOP, and merger purposes.
  • Played key role in equity sell-off of 20% of the Team.
  • Contributed to negotiation, analysis, and structuring of multi-million senior debt, subordinate debt and equity financing.
  • Completed a $10M venture debt financining and a $15M equity financing.
  • Lead effort to find new equity investor in Ridgeline.

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6. Revenue Growth

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Here's how Revenue Growth is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Joined high tech manufacturing company during period of declining revenue growth and orchestrated company restructuring through Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
  • Led the financial forecasting process, which has resulted in revenue growth of over 30% in the past three years.
  • Formulated and executed business development strategies to attract and acquire new clients, which drove revenue growth initiatives.
  • Managed annual revenue growth from under $20 million to $100 million at acquisition by HP.
  • Structured & developed Finance Team during revenue growth of $11 million to $214 million.
  • Designed reporting package for sales team to enhance revenue growth by pinpointing areas of opportunity.
  • Key Accomplishments: Successful turn-around, driving 200% revenue growth in 4 years.
  • Implemented financing policies and procedures that allowed for revenue growth while mitigating business risk.
  • Increased revenue growth by cross-selling suite of banking services and products to clientele.
  • Facilitated 100% revenue growth annually from 2009 - 2011.
  • Managed 500% revenue growth with minimal headcount increases.
  • Analyzed fraternity's current and potential revenue growth.
  • Increased year over year revenue growth 18.9% or $28MM.
  • Established GAAP accounting and operational policies, procedures and controls to manage the 330% revenue growth of the corporation.
  • Major contributor to successful transformation of the company's growth trajectory; achieving 3x revenue growth and 6x EBITDA growth.
  • Key Contributions: Spearheaded software and services revenue growth from $2 Million to $20 Million in 9 months.
  • Developed 5 year multi-factor strategic revenue and cost model forecasting $45MM revenue growth using re-defined wealth management strategy.
  • Developed business models prior to entering new markets/countries Spear headed global presence with substantial revenue growth launching new products.
  • Led financial efforts to implement both cost reengineering and revenue growth opportunities.
  • Served as key leader in effectively managing 18% annual revenue growth .

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7. Annual Budget

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Here's how Annual Budget is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Involved in quarterly financial and annual budget meetings with regional and corporate executive management.
  • Coordinated the development of annual budget; investigated and resolved deviations with senior personnel.
  • Developed annual budgets for 15 properties including comparative analysis.
  • Created and maintain annual budget and managed council financial operations
  • Prepared annual budgets on a department and consolidated level and met with department heads during the year to discuss results.
  • Lead annual budgeting process and contract negotiations with three district collective bargaining units and individual employees.
  • Managed a staff of 21 professionals with an annual budget of in excess of $1.5M.
  • Prepared annual budget, collected member payments, wrote reimbursements, and made timely bill payments
  • Constructed an annual budget of $90,000 and managed organizational funds throughout the year.
  • Coordinated with the Executive Board and Committee Chairs to implement and maintained Annual Budget.
  • Manage all aspects of planning and analysis as well as annual budgeting process.
  • Generate quarterly and annual budgets, long-term strategic plans, and monthly/yearly forecasts.
  • Developed an annual budget and three-year plan to help obtain revenue objectives.
  • Directed annual budgeting, five-year planning, and capital spending control.
  • Prepared annual budgets, tracked performance against budget and analyzed variances.
  • Maintained the annual budget for the Student Government Assembly.
  • Developed and managed $65 million annual budget.
  • Managed annual budgets in excess of $100MM.
  • Compiled annual budgets and benchmark performances.
  • Collected and disbursed payments of all Fraternities on campus Created and maintained an annual budget of $10,000

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8. Oversight

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Here's how Oversight is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Managed all financial operations of business units and provided financial oversight for all corporate turnkey projects in India.
  • Spearheaded Asset Liability Committee in oversight of consumer and real estate loan pricing, banking/financial services, and enterprise risk management.
  • Served as the primary liaison and provided oversight to joint venture established to co-brand products in the drugstore channel of distribution.
  • Provide financial oversight of accounting processes, procedures, and reporting while driving departmental cost saving initiatives for $131M company.
  • Maintained financial and construction oversight for completion of the Noble Family Dining Hall and initiation of construction of Student Center.
  • Exercised fiscal oversight of an affiliate which has a $15 million budget and serves 1,350 individuals per year.
  • Utilize prior experience as Buffalo China Plant Manager and Cost Manager to provide managerial oversight to plant operations.
  • Appointed to Baltimore Steering Committee which provides leadership, direction and oversight of firm's Baltimore location.
  • Risk Management * Managed Agency insurance program and oversight of real estate leasing for multiple office locations
  • Funded over 100% of inventory through improved supplier relationships and daily oversight of buying activities.
  • Provide oversight of all general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable and payroll functions.
  • Served on Accounting Practices Committee and Investment Oversight Committee for the field.
  • Provide cross-functional management and general oversight of 16 employees.
  • Assist with oversight of all other employee benefits.
  • Shared oversight of outside legal counsel.
  • Complete financial oversight of this telecommunications and construction company with annual billings of 50 million and a staff of 400.
  • Provided daily oversight of the asset management and leasing decisions related to firm's extensive real estate portfolio.
  • Provided oversight to Merill Lynch Trust; manager of senior financial analyst covering group.
  • Managed the analytical staff through oversight and supervision of the execution of transactions.
  • Carried out a financial evaluation and provided project oversight to consolidate two Wisconsin manufacturing plants following the 2008 Norbco acquisition.

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9. Risk Management

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Here's how Risk Management is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Direct internal and external audits, oversee risk management, and carefully review statistical information regarding safety performance and actuarial analysis.
  • Direct responsibility for enterprise wide strategy, performance management, risk management and financial stewardship related to the operations.
  • Oversee human resources systems, information management and technology, facilities management, and enterprise risk management.
  • Directed operations including accounting, information technology, human resources, risk management, and process improvement.
  • Major responsibilities included operating cash forecasting, risk management of all insurance policies.
  • Designed and implemented innovative risk management structures.
  • Maintained insurance policies and risk management.
  • Experienced in conflict resolution across a variety of issues including parents, university matters, financial and risk management.
  • Oversee credit analysis and risk management for portfolio of insurance, reinsurance, and finance companies, and banks.
  • Act as a global liaison between the trading desks, risk management, operations, legal and external parties.
  • Served on the Asset/Liability committee review; monitored credit union products for risk management and net interest margin.
  • Analyze large and complex P&L transactions to ensure they comply with risk management and financial policies.
  • Created and implementing PayPal's Fraud Risk Management Program based on the COSO 2013 standard.
  • Advised clients on risk management options and investment strategies, conducted financial needs analyses.
  • Risk management: procured liability, D+O, workers comp, auto insurance policies.
  • Managed the Treasury and Tax functions, Insurance and Risk Management for the company.
  • Risk Management and Insurance: Established the Risk Management and Insurance function.
  • Evaluated all aspects of risk management and insurance.
  • Shared responsibilities with HR and Risk Management.
  • Acted as risk management advisor to CEO and Board.

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10. Business Development

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Here's how Business Development is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Maintain constant coordination with private equity group and investment bankers in overseeing and conducting business development and deal pipeline assessments.
  • Collaborated with Owner-President and Director of Business Development to capitalize on development opportunities by identifying and analyzing future pipeline projects.
  • Provided commercial support for business development, capital projects, contract renewals and contract negotiations and economic modeling.
  • Functioned as internal marketing and operations consultant with accountability for Business Development, Operations Analysis and Profitability/Growth Evaluations.
  • Developed and executed new business development, meeting and presenting capabilities to 60 top institutions.
  • Functioned as key assistant handling planning, accounting/control and business development responsibilities for RJRTI.
  • Recruit new member companies and facilitate introductions to business development team through networking connections.
  • Supported new business development initiatives by providing financial research, analysis, and reports.
  • Developed a Business Development Program to call on likely business loan and deposit customers.
  • Created business development programs to educate referring physicians and patients.
  • Assumed responsibility for Business Development and Purchasing functions as well.
  • Led a cross-functional business development team that evaluated acquisition targets.
  • Manage business development and cultivate relationships with key customers.
  • Supported by a team of 4 direct reports (Controller, HR, IT and Business Development managers).
  • Led business development, merger & acquisition and capital raising initiatives in the banking sector.
  • Devised and executed business development strategies to attract and acquire new clients.
  • Created and executed new business development and ambulatory strategy in collaboration with real estate leadership team and CEOs in critical markets.
  • Key functions include new business development, follow-up activities, client meetings, portfolio rebalancing, and staff leadership.
  • Interacted daily with Sales Managers, Field Wholesalers, Business Development and Operations personnel.
  • Led fastest growth segment go-to-market for sales/pre-sales, business development, channel strategy, product marketing and product management.

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11. Information Technology

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Here's how Information Technology is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Directed the finance, accounting and information technology functions and had numerous general management responsibilities for the US operations.
  • Managed finance, human resources and information technology for contract packaging company with operations in North Carolina and Texas.
  • Administered all financial management systems and information technology, and evaluated and integrated new applications.
  • Supervised accounting, credit, information technology, inventory personnel as well as receptionist.
  • Directed effort of staff including Controller, Human Resource Manager and Information Technology Manager.
  • Manage information technology staff responsible for all company systems and software.
  • Evaluated and approved new Information Technology projects or resources.
  • Supervised Chicago Accounting, Tax and Information Technology Departments.
  • Manage business functions including facilities and information technology.
  • Managed all internal business operations: Accounting; Information Technology; Office Services; Meetings; and Human Resources Departments.
  • Provided operational support for finance and accounting, cash management, information technology, credit and human resources.
  • Directed the operations of the Business Office, Financial Aid Office, Information Technology, and Facilities Departments.
  • Supervised a staff of two professional accountants, four clerical people, and an information technology specialist.
  • Directed the financial, purchasing, and information technology departments of a successful aerospace and defense contractor.
  • Assisted the fixed income department and the information technology department in the design of this system.
  • Managed financial, human, and information technology resources in excess of $10 million annually.
  • Teach upper divisional classes in Cost Accounting and Information Technology SAP.
  • Managed the finance, accounting, purchasing and information technology functions.
  • Key Accomplishments: Improved and redesigned the Center of Information Technology Services.
  • Volunteered to lead information technology enhancements, culminating in the August, 2010 introduction of enterprise-wide CISCO virtual network.

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12. Business Units

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Here's how Business Units is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Developed uniform chart of accounts, defined functional groupings, and standardized accounting policies that allowed comparability across business units.
  • Prepared and presented operating results, budgets, forecasts and performance analysis of business units to senior management.
  • Act as project leader in leading business units in the design, development, implementation and maintenance of business information systems.
  • Managed monthly, quarterly and annual financial profiles for all North America business units (Gross Sales through EBITDA).
  • Played a lead role in restructuring website to reduce costs and better leverage content created from other business units.
  • Directed new business development strategies linking three business units, and added over $100mm in AUM.
  • Develop financial planning process for US and 3 international business units to coordinate and manage cash-flow.
  • Completed annual plan of acquired Holmes, Inc. and its business units in unusually tight turnaround.
  • Manage centralized accounting and finance functions supporting three business units operating in North & South America.
  • Collaborate with financial teams in corporate and business units, project teams and all functional departments.
  • Provided financial analysis and support to four business units representing +$1B in revenue.
  • Led integration of financial planning, decentralizing P&L responsibility to the business units.
  • Promoted to VP of Finance Operations for two of six Business Units.
  • Led the development of new accounting systems/controls across five business units.
  • Coordinated annual business and profit planning process for all business units.
  • Implemented review of all corporate center functions with business units.
  • Manage the operations of several different business units within the Consumer Finance Division.
  • Led and managed Financial Planning and Analysis team for two business units in a shared services environment.
  • Led team of 16 within 5 Strategic Business Units (SBUs) supporting locations worldwide.
  • Hired to provide pro-active support to business units and ensure all reporting and recordkeeping is timely, strongly controlled and auditable.

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13. A/P

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Here's how A/P is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Oversee all purchasing activities; review A/P, A/R, Payroll, general ledger, monthly closing, and financial reporting.
  • Created the Finance department by hiring positions in A/P, General Accounting, Financial Reporting & Analysis, and Facilities.
  • Managed all banking relationships and cash flow activities, oversee all A/P, A/R, Audit and Human Resource functions.
  • Consolidated A/R & A/P management processes to streamline collection efforts, dramatically reduce A/R Days and improve vendor relations.
  • Implemented finance-related SAP modules as planned, including transition of A/R and A/P to regional headquarters in Chicago.
  • Managed a department of 13 employees performing A/R, A/P, payroll, and general ledger functions.
  • Managed all accounting functions including A/R, A/P, Payroll, Fixed Assets, Financial Reporting.
  • Oversee financial analysis, G/L, A/P, A/R and fixed-asset accounting in accordance with GAAP.
  • Managed closings, A/P, A/R, payroll, costing, ERP system upgrades and enhancements.
  • Managed order-entry process, service contract administration, A/R, A/P payroll and commissions.
  • Establish strong controls over cash, payroll, A/R, A/P and financial reporting.
  • Supervised Office personnel, A/R, A/P, and Purchasing.
  • Reconciled A/R and A/P accounts in Great Plains Accounting System.
  • Recommend and implement A/P process for 3rd party insurance companies.
  • Automated A/P and billing processes.
  • Complete all A/R and A/P tasks.
  • Improved cash flow by $500K/month by reducing A/R days and effectively managing A/P Reduced outside Auditing costs by $130K.
  • Cash Flow Management - Total management of cash flow of $600mm company encompassing Treasury, A/P, A/R and tax.
  • Recruited new human resources director, plant controller, and assistant controller, in addition to existing A/P clerk.
  • Reconsolidated $450 k in A/Ps by executing new mark-up / joint-check plan.

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14. Financial Performance

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Here's how Financial Performance is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Analyze financial performance of comparable or other strategic investments and incorporate learning and continuous improvement into better models of future planning.
  • Prepared profitability analysis to analyze financial performance by major account and product lines including allocating overhead expenses to calculate contribution margins.
  • Managed investment banking activity to include presentation of company's financial performance and facilitation of due diligence process.
  • Monitor and analyze monthly financial performance from financial, and business perspectives and make recommendations for improvement.
  • Worked closely with operations staff in evaluating financial performance as well as impact of strategic initiatives.
  • Assisted managers in understanding and meeting company directives regarding financial performance.
  • Managed all aspects of evaluating and reporting on company-wide financial performance.
  • Developed financial analysis and tracked financial performance of strategic initiatives.
  • Monitored financial performance to ensure compliance with bank covenants.
  • Monitored and drove financial performance for enterprise.
  • Analyzed operating data on 17 existing surgical centers and monitored the financial performance of the firm's minority equity positions.
  • Recruited by CEO to help stabilize financial performance and lead fund raising activities.
  • Manage the financial performance and accounting for numerous entities under common ownership.
  • Communicated financial performance of the division to the senior management team.
  • Managed the company's overall financial performance.
  • Achieved Chairman's award for financial performance.
  • Provide best-in- class management reporting that highlights drivers of financial performance as well as identification of opportunities and risks.
  • Created a financial database of peer company financial performance for business development and benchmarking use.
  • Improved division financial performance through financial and ratio management including using KPIs to develop scorecards to rank branch manager s performance.
  • Monitor financial performances of each region, assign accountabilities, set objectives, and establish priorities for each market.

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15. General Ledger Accounts

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Here's how General Ledger Accounts is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Prepared and reviewed reconciliations of all general ledger accounts and made necessary adjusting journal entries.
  • Reconciled all general ledger accounts on a monthly basis and prepared monthly financial statements.
  • Analyzed all general ledger accounts and provided monthly variance analysis and commentary.
  • Reconciled all general ledger accounts and cross-trained the accounting and operational staff.
  • Maintain all aspects of general ledger including month-end closing and accruals and analysis of general ledger accounts.
  • Reconcile general ledger accounts for each restaurant with reporting to third parties on occasion.
  • Balance monthly general ledger accounts to accurately record cost and month-end accruals.
  • Post journal entries; reconcile general ledger accounts for month end close.
  • Maintain and reconcile all general ledger accounts.
  • Reconciled various general ledger accounts for ATMs, Credit Cards, and Bank Accounts.
  • Explained general ledger accounts and built revised incomes statements in FRx financial reporting program.

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16. ERP

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Here's how ERP is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Consolidated and integrated enterprise operations, data warehouse and reporting application into a single enterprise data warehouse platform.
  • Implemented perpetual inventory management resulting in improved inventory variances by up to 75%.
  • Analyze, interpret and assess operating profitability and performance.
  • Selected and implemented enterprise computer system and controls.
  • Create end of year PowerPoint presentations illustrating chapter profit and loss for each fiscal year, with forecast.
  • Excelled in Enterprise Client Coverage by making 48 Merrill Lynch and 15 small business referrals in 2013.
  • Led and ERP systems upgrade; Implemented Work Flow and Event Management; Reviewed compensation plans.
  • Spearheaded substantial ERP conversion and maintained flow of financial information throughout the transition period.
  • Key roles in designing, training and deploying ERP and project management/job costing software.
  • Lead the evaluation, recommendation and initial implementation of a new ERP system.
  • Spearheaded implementation of Corporate Governance (including SoX and Enterprise Risk Management).
  • Supervised 35-40 person audit/investigative operations for the $4B health care enterprise.
  • Led selection and conversion of ERP system.
  • Led PeopleSoft ERP software implementation.
  • Initiated questions on operational underperformance to understand root causes and design mitigation planning.
  • Led final stages of implementation of corporate Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) initiative including ongoing continuous improvement of ERM process.
  • Assisted trading desk, sales team, trade counterparties, and diligence/collateral/data groups in reconciling associated issues.
  • Drafted three-year strategic plans and negotiated divestiture of underperforming $3.4 million branch.
  • Led conversion of ERP system to SAP platform used by Joy Global Inc..
  • Transitioned accounting operations to new ERP system, (Macola).

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17. Internal Controls

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Here's how Internal Controls is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Re-organized and upgraded finance team to more effectively perform internal controls and financial reporting compliance, risk management and financial planning.
  • Cross functional liaison to ensure optimal organizational efficiency, adequacy of internal controls and fiscal responsibility.
  • Develop and maintain appropriate internal controls and financial policies and procedures.
  • Implemented numerous improvements in internal controls throughout the company.
  • Monitored, reviewed and maintained internal controls.
  • Designed and implemented internal controls world-wide including cash management system to achieve positive cash flow while on the verge of Bankruptcy.
  • Create and implement financial processes and procedures to exhibit proper internal controls and segregation of duties; ensure team adherence.
  • Implemented internal controls resulting in substantial increase in bottom-line results, often exceeding 10% of net income.
  • Enhanced internal controls by requiring multiple signatures for checks and by involving the executive board in decision making.
  • Established the accounting, management reporting, treasury, human resource and insurance functions, and internal controls.
  • Improved internal controls, reduced expenses and received more favorable payment terms through aggressive RFP sourcing and negotiation.
  • Created and launched new accounting, IT, and HR policies and procedures and internal controls.
  • Develop and maintain systems of internal controls to safeguard financial assets of the organization.
  • Implemented internal controls to achieve 'zero' audit letter comments from external auditors.
  • Oversee the billing and internal controls of dental insurance program under new initiative.
  • Establish and maintain internal controls for compliance.
  • Directed reengineering projects and system implementations including ERP and development of policies, procedures and internal controls.
  • Implemented appropriate internal controls within the company to keep segregation of duties in place.
  • Designed internal controls in alignment with corporate governance policies and procedures in preparation for Sarbanes Oxley reviews.
  • Managed a program to examine, improve and document internal controls in preparation for a Sarbanes Oxley audit.

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18. Gaap

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Here's how Gaap is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Implemented GAAP reporting including software revenue recognition, capitalized software, deferred revenue and compensation, management reporting and forecasting.
  • Prepared monthly management report using both Statutory and GAAP accounting principles.
  • Created accounting policies and procedures manual to establish and maintain best practices, audit-readiness, and conformance to GAAP standards.
  • Identified, analyzed and reported technical accounting issues to provide recommendations for compliance with US GAAP and IRS codes.
  • Provided leadership to finance related to GAAP, financial statement presentation and preparation, month-end closing procedures, etc.
  • Provided input in the development and structure of financial transactions to maximize revenue recognition while complying with GAAP policies.
  • Led the financial reporting planning and analysis in compliance with USGAAP, IFRS & UKGAAP accounting standards.
  • Managed the preparation of the 10-K, including XBRL, ensuring compliance with GAAP and SEC requirements.
  • Performed monthly, quarterly, and annual financial reporting for GAAP audited financial statements.
  • Track and forecast strategic gross and contribution margins on a GAAP and Management basis.
  • Developed/maintained financial policies, practices, procedures, and systems in accordance with GAAP.
  • Implemented three GAAP and led staff of 6 to become cross-trained and tenured.
  • Directed preparation of LNL GAAP and NAIC year-end financial statements with subsidiary controllers.
  • Investigated and assisted in developing company s position on technical GAAP accounting issues.
  • Rebuild General ledger for compliance with GAAP accounting and quarterly filings.
  • Guided company through its first GAAP audit.
  • Recognize revenue in accordance with GAAP.
  • Ensured company complied with GAAP standards as well as state insurance statutes to satisfy annual audits.
  • Worked directly with auditors, who issued an unqualified opinion on GAAP financials.
  • Established U.S GAAP and SEC reporting and disclosure guidelines and policies.

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19. Real Estate

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Here's how Real Estate is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Managed financial reporting of expense savings initiatives including outsourcing and real estate consolidation strategies.
  • Developed the risk management department and restructured the real estate / facilities organizations.
  • Prepared and presented capital funding requests for real estate and technology investments.
  • Provided financial and investment analysis for real estate development firm.
  • Managed the information systems and real estate/legal functions.
  • Managed all domestic and international real estate activities.
  • Led or assisted in investment analysis and in securing financing on several projects - revolvers, real estate, etc.
  • Obtained, closed and managed construction and permanent loans for commercial real estate projects.
  • Functioned as COO for a 27 unit retail operation and several real estate ventures.
  • Structured and underwrote $600 Million in commercial real estate loans for CMBS execution.
  • Served as VP of Finance for the Real Estate Division of both banks.
  • Managed real estate holdings for commercial office space and prepared bank presentations.
  • Performed analyses to support management of the Bank's real estate portfolio.
  • Arranged equity and debt financing for commercial real estate projects.
  • Negotiated real estate sales that exceeded $3.5 million.
  • Managed real estate portfolio and led finance team.
  • Refinanced and sold real estate holdings.
  • Approved commercial real estate (CRE) loans up to $2 million.
  • Charged with financial responsibility for corporate FP&A, stores, real estate, eCommerce and supply chain.
  • Developed Special Purpose Vehicles (SPVs) for funding of non-recourse real estate loans.

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20. Human Resources

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Here's how Human Resources is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Managed finance/accounting, payment systems, regulatory compliance, human resources, loan collections, and information technology departments.
  • Provide leadership and oversight for Purchasing/Materials Management, Human Resources, Information Technology, and Business Process.
  • Managed all investor relations, business planning, human resources, information technology and financial reporting.
  • Managed and administered human resources and employee benefits.
  • Managed all aspects of Accounting department, as well as Human Resources, Benefits Administration, Public Relations and Strategic Development.
  • Managed the Finance and Administrative areas which include the accounting function, human resources, benefits, IT and office operations.
  • Participated in project team, consisting of Human Resources and Finance, in the selection and transition to new payroll system.
  • Directed accounting and finance operation including, payroll, human resources, office management, and information technology.
  • Managed all accounting and finance, employee benefits, human resources and information systems functions and staff.
  • Oversee operations of Finance, Revenue Cycle, Human Resources, Information Technology and Business Operations.
  • Maintained all Human Resources and payroll records in compliance with state and federal regulations.
  • Manage four departments: accounting, auditing, human resources, and information technology.
  • Directed finance, administration, human resources, call center and facilities.
  • Served as a liaison to the employees concerning various human resources issues.
  • Led the search for 2 leaders of the Human Resources department.
  • Manage human resources staff responsible for all HR and facility matters.
  • Coordinated Human Resources including employee benefits and all legal issues.
  • Manage human resources, information technology, and estimating.
  • Oversee accounting, human resources and procurement.
  • Overviewed all human resources issues within each affiliate.

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21. Strategic Plan

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Here's how Strategic Plan is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Established and maintained global standards and account structure for forecasting and planning processes while leading business intelligence and strategic planning organizations.
  • Lead strategic planning efforts company-wide, including developing innovation reporting and risk mitigation strategies.
  • Consolidated all strategic plans and operations including sales, processing, underwriting and servicing.
  • Served as student representative to college's strategic planning and accreditation committees.
  • Provide guidance and analysis of business strategies and corporate strategic planning.
  • Led the redevelopment of all strategic planning materials as well as the project and initiative vetting process across the enterprise.
  • Collaborated with stakeholders to develop the Mission, Vision, and 5-year strategic plan for the district.
  • Developed strategic plans, operational, marketing and production budgets to support multiple revenue streams.
  • Play key role in long term strategic plan and develop metrics tied to the strategy.
  • Travel within the Northeast for purposes of strategic planning and renewal of annual research.
  • Developed Strategic Plans to expand business 70% and drive 5+ point margin improvement.
  • Developed and implemented a 5 year strategic plan with annual operating budgets.
  • Led cash management, financial reporting, strategic planning, HR monitoring.
  • Assisted in strategic planning, especially with regard to financial analysis.
  • Communicate the financial forecasts during Strategic Plan and CCAR/DFAST to Executives.
  • Develop chapter's creative direction and strategic plan.
  • Developed Compliance, Strategic Planning and HIPPA policies.
  • Prepared Strategic Plan for department.
  • Presented annual strategic plans and Board of Director updates to partners for large, $ multi-billion portfolios.
  • Led Informatics, Finance, Quality Improvement, Innovation, and Strategic Planning functions for the ACO.

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22. Cost Savings

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Here's how Cost Savings is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Recognized for cost savings initiatives through consolidated vendor volumes to achieve improved payment terms and reduced unit costs.
  • Led physician compensation negotiations and marketing studies resulting in physician satisfaction and cost savings to the organization.
  • Work closely with Senior leadership to identify revenue enhancement and cost savings opportunities.
  • Cost Savings: Took ownership of cost-management programs that accomplished significant cost improvements.
  • Identified and implemented significant treasury cost savings.
  • Integrated the manufacturing and distribution activities of acquired company in 15 months and delivered annual cost savings of $2M.
  • Led team that built-out 160K square foot facility, enabling consolidation of real estate and $2MM annual cost savings.
  • Led post-acquisition real estate consolidation projects, leveraging synergies and achieving cost savings of more than $250K annually.
  • Centralized all finance and accounting functions for education system to realize over $2.5 M of cost savings.
  • Generated $2M annual cost savings for successful site consolidation, staff and services reduction.
  • Led cost savings and resource management initiatives saving $1.3 million over two years.
  • Led the search for new external accountants resulting in cost savings of $40,000.
  • Converted our banking relationship resulting in a cost savings of 62%.
  • Implemented cost savings programs increasing EBITDA in a decreasing sales environment.
  • Delivered $200m of sustainable cost savings as finance team lead.
  • Identified annual cost savings of $1-2MM through vendor negotiation.
  • Cost Savings: $2.5 million.
  • Reduce client chargebacks by identifying and recommending cost savings opportunities to Senior Management and tracking progress on targeted activities.
  • Eliminated redundant and unnecessary research providers in collaboration with Editorial Department, yielding $60K in annual cost savings.
  • Centralized the financial activities of all companies to create efficiencies and cost savings.

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23. Balance Sheet

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Here's how Balance Sheet is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Negotiated and secured a $15 million dollar capital expenditure lease line in order to preserve balance sheet cash and investments.
  • Support the completion of the financial transaction - closing accounts, opening balance sheet, purchase price allocation, synergy development.
  • Performed due diligence on target acquisition, focusing on the financial and regulatory synergies and balance sheet and forecast risk issues.
  • Established an accounting policy critical to maintaining a strong balance sheet and competitive position in the industry.
  • Created value drivers to measure actual performance to budget for both balance sheet and income statement.
  • Reduced current liabilities by $8 million through detailed analysis and cleansing of balance sheet.
  • Managed cash flow, bank reconciliation, balance sheet reconciliation liquid assets & expenditures.
  • Prepare the monthly comprehensive management report, including income statement and balance sheet.
  • Review Balance sheet and Monthly P&L and provide Corporate with results.
  • Identified $4 million in balance sheet discrepancies in a 12-week forensic review.
  • Cash flow from operations improved $9M from balance sheet initiatives alone.
  • Ensured data accuracy in preparing income statements and balance sheets.
  • Prepare monthly account analysis for various balance sheet accounts.
  • Full P&L and Balance Sheet responsibility.
  • Analyzed monthly accounts balance sheet for reporting.
  • Created balance sheet account reconciliations on accounts.
  • Managed closing balance sheet audits.
  • Design & Document Daily P&L and Balance Sheet processes with based on the Sophis output.
  • Maintained Fixed Assets - acquisitions and disposals - and all associated Balance Sheet accounts.
  • Crystallized latent liabilities and novated latent liabilities from MRAC balance sheet.

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24. Financial Management

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Here's how Financial Management is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Established prudent financial management model generating buzz surrounding changing face of company to position in optimal manner.
  • Full financial management responsibility including pricing, dividend setting, product and distribution channel economics analysis.
  • Administer all financial management systems, evaluating, integrating and self-developing VBA-based applications for process improvement.
  • Oversee financial management of foreign operations to include developing financial and budget policies and procedures.
  • Developed a highly skilled accounting and financial management team.
  • Defined financial management processes and procedures.
  • Administered financial management and reporting system.
  • Direct all corporate financial management activities.
  • Lead the financial management for the global Business Travel business delivering $1.5B in revenue, operating in 140 countries worldwide.
  • Lead recruiter for GE Corporate Financial Management Program (FMP) at Indiana University (1996 to 2001).
  • Provide hands-on leadership on all areas of administrative support, general accounting, and financial management.
  • Directed all financial management functions, including review of budgets, forecasts, etc.
  • Led the financial management for N.A.
  • Provided financial management and analytical support to the firm's group of start-up technology related operating and research companies.
  • Directed financial management of a subsidiary which delivered IT services to healthcare markets.
  • Prepare and analyze monthly financial management reports for high-level executive staff.
  • Directed activities of twenty-person workforce Professional Experience - Developing Financial Management Expertise
  • Work directly with owners directing every aspect of financial management and reporting for 80 year old, family owned manufacturing entity.
  • Integrated Omega Fi financial management group into fraternity finances, increasing collections by 10%.
  • Selected to the IKON Best Practices Reengineering Project for Financial Management.

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25. Executive Management

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Here's how Executive Management is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Provide executive management monthly and quarterly timely and accurate financial data necessary for strategic planning, budgetary and financial decisions.
  • Worked closely with executive management to implement new company structure, including new financial analysis and reporting.
  • Worked collaboratively with CEO and Executive Management Team to develop strategic direction of company.
  • Presented to Trust Executive Management; resulted in disposition of unprofitable lines of business.
  • Prepared the annual strategic plan and financial projections in coordination with executive management.
  • Prepared and presented numerous Board and Executive Management presentations.
  • Communicate closely with executive management regarding loss prevention.
  • Develop an annual cash flow budget, monitor cash flow and report weekly cash flow actual to budget to executive management.
  • Charged with creating and leading bi-weekly financial dashboard meetings with executive management, board of directors, and private equity shareholders.
  • Recruited by executive management team to manage FP&A and Treasury Operations during a period of extreme organizational uncertainty.
  • Provide executive management with advice on the financial implications of business activities and alignment with mission / values.
  • Assist executive management in the annual review, preparation and administration of agency wage and salary program.
  • Appointed by executive management to the Management Committee, which was functionally responsible for running the firm.
  • Interact with President, CFO and Executive Management Committee concerning strategic planning and financial forecasts and reporting.
  • Provide Executive Management with impact analyses on portfolio due to Card Association Regulations and fee changes.
  • Key member of executive management team that has double TIC's revenue and tripled earnings.
  • Monitor and report to executive management activity in various credit default swap indices.
  • Reported financial performance and developed monthly forecasts for executive management.
  • Prepare annual budgets and work with executive management on product roadmap, pricing and sales strategies.
  • Presented companywide annual financial budgets and multi-year projections to executive management, including quarterly variances and their impact on quarterly earnings.

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26. Direct Reports

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Here's how Direct Reports is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Direct reports include Corporate Controller, Director of Information Technology and Assistant Treasurer.
  • Led four direct reports (Finance, HR, IT, Purchasing and Sales Support) and 40+ indirect reports.
  • Mentored and led 6 direct reports in accounting, finance, treasury, credit, insurance, and wealth management.
  • Led a team of 55 with 13 direct reports and had the highest employee engagement score in the company.
  • Managed 6-10 direct reports including production accountants, line producers, and support staff.
  • Managed a 50-person department with 5 direct reports including Director of Manufacturing, H.R.
  • Managed three direct reports and led department of eight professionals across two facilities.
  • Direct reports included Controller, Manager- General and Cost Accounting, Manager-Credit.
  • Total staff managed eight (8) including direct and indirect reports.
  • Supervised eight (8) direct reports, 120 staff members.
  • Coordinated, hired, and developed staff of 4 direct reports.
  • Managed 4 direct and 4 indirect reports in two locations.
  • Managed a team of 3 direct and 8 indirect reports.
  • Increased staff by 13 employees including two additional direct reports.
  • Managed seven direct reports while reporting directly to the CFO.
  • Led 10-person staff with two manager-level direct reports.
  • Lead team of up to 5 direct reports.
  • Reported to CFO, managed two direct reports.
  • Supervised four direct reports and eight others.
  • Report directly to the North American CFO, while leading six direct reports and a total organization of 14 personnel.

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27. SOX

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Here's how SOX is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Coordinated SOX certification compliance on select accounts.
  • Performed SOX testing and management certification.
  • Implemented SOX policies/procedures and established practices.
  • Post IPO, established 10-Q and 10-K reporting along with implementing SOX 404 procedures for a new public company.
  • Managed work quality standards and performance of 30 professional consultants working on SOX implementation, testing and remediation efforts.
  • Developed financial reporting tools and control environment for a multiple business unit company and SOX compliance.
  • Prepared or reviewed documentation to meet SOX requirements as a first time filer.
  • Worked with the SOX and IA teams to establish compliance and documentation protocols.
  • Ensured effective regulatory compliance, SOX controls, and business continuity planning.
  • Work with internal and external auditors to ensure compliance with SOX.
  • Partnered with consultants to design and implement SOX compliance requirements.
  • Coordinated and monitored CSOX compliance of the U.S. accounting practices.
  • Integrated SOX through segregation of duties and entity level controls.
  • Maintained a consistently strong control posture and SOX compliance.
  • Created many SOX-compliant procedures, rules and tests.
  • Completed SOX audit and modeling for my functions.
  • Supported enterprise risk and SOX compliance.
  • Oversee ERP project Oversee Corporate Performance Management (CPM) system evaluation Guide largest division through first full year of SOX compliance
  • Led the company SOX compliance operations ensuring "key" controls were measurable and effective.
  • Led the initial Sarbanes Oxley (SOX) activities, and developed roadmap for ongoing SOX and internal audit activities.

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28. Key Performance Indicators

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Here's how Key Performance Indicators is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Developed standardized business review to analyze key performance indicators against established goals and to provide basis for sound business decisions.
  • Established revenue and expense forecasting models based on key performance indicators that improved the forecasting and budgeting process.
  • Improved management reporting process that tracked performance of business units and sales teams against key performance indicators.
  • Prepared and presented company monthly financial reviews, tracking measurement goals and Key Performance Indicators.
  • Developed and launched a management metrics dashboard allowing real time access to key performance indicators.
  • Developed detailed metrics reports that analyzed key performance indicators on a trailing twelve-month basis.
  • Developed executive dashboard and key performance indicators used to manage department performance.
  • Designed key performance indicators to provide a more accurate calculation of productivity.
  • Developed and enhanced dashboards, key performance indicators and other reporting metrics.
  • Provided management team with weekly key performance indicators.
  • Implemented key performance indicators resulting in improved margins.
  • Performed monthly evaluations of organizational changes to determine the impact on measurement processes and Key Performance Indicators (KPI).
  • Created the measurements (metrics - Key Performance Indicators) and created a dash board for daily key metrics reporting.
  • Work with leadership team to develop key performance indicators, and create an operational dashboard to report on KPI's.
  • Implemented performance metrics that measure key performance indicators to ensure the company met its $120+ million budget.
  • Improved SAP reporting systems to track key performance indicators including cash and collection cycle indicators.
  • Created weekly earnings estimates and updates of key performance indicators.
  • Gathered data/provided analytics for key performance indicators.
  • Established analytics and key performance indicators for an $800 million accounts receivable portfolio.
  • Determine and track Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) for all financials, sales and operation activities within Ariva.

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29. Customer Service

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Here's how Customer Service is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Created initiative and trained Education Finance customer service team resulting in quicker response time and higher customer satisfaction.
  • Developed high performing teams through coaching and growth opportunities resulting in consistently high customer service satisfaction ratings.
  • Earned a reputation for expert financial advice and superior customer service that resulted in strong referral business.
  • Enabled field offices to focus on operations and customer service versus administrative matters.
  • Instituted weekly customer service / quality calls with all critical global organizations.
  • Changed banking relationship to obtain better interest earnings and customer service.
  • Manage customer service/sales support department, including contract management.
  • Implemented new customer service procedures.
  • Provide leadership and direction to 25 direct and indirect reports as manager of Finance, Customer Service, IT and Logistics.
  • Promoted to the Business Management Team with responsibility for Global Finance, US Logistics, Customer Service and Information Technology.
  • Directed all day-to-day operations of Finance, Procurement, Logistics, Customer Services, HR, IT and Administration.
  • Oversee the order-to-cash cycle of business administration to ensure accurate accounting, efficient processes, and outstanding customer service.
  • Consolidated Canadian back office operations (Finance, Customer Service, IT, and Distribution) into US.
  • Integrated acquired company to our ERP system in 24 calendar days after closing, maintaining excellent customer service.
  • Provide clients with a high level of individualized customer service.
  • Promoted customer service in the Division.
  • Managed a document imaging automation project resulting in improved control and document security, improved workflow, and improved customer service.
  • Recruit, train and develop finance staff so as to ensure proper technical proficiency and ensure value added customer service.
  • assembled the administrative process including but not limited to customer service, administrative, finance and production process.
  • oDeveloped a scheduling system for credit card customer service representatives.

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30. Investor Relations

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Here's how Investor Relations is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Provided strategic, financial leadership, and directed treasury, financial reporting, information technology, logistics and investor relations.
  • Produced timely executive management financial reports and business KPI's to support investor relations preparation.
  • Oversee investor relations, business development, financing, administration and accounting activities.
  • Worked closely with investor relations for external communication of financial results.
  • Participated in investor relations, including interaction with research analysts.
  • Served as liaison for investor relations by establishing quarterly newsletter.
  • Managed our Master Limited Partnership's Investor Relations Department.
  • Owned and managed investor relations including all shareholder communication, press releases, earnings calls, and investor meetings.
  • Handled investor relations including investor reporting & monthly debt holder briefings; primary contact with banks & lenders.
  • Provide Supervision and Support to accounting, finance, human resources, investor relations, and IT.
  • Established, managed, and strengthened banking and investor relationships in order to support internal growth initiatives.
  • Worked closely with Treasurer and Investor Relations on capital / cash flow and shareholder initiatives.
  • Assisted with investor relations including road shows, press releases, and investor conference calls.
  • Managed all investor relations and acquisitions for this 220 million dollar net sale company.
  • Led all financial planning, budgeting, analysis, treasury and investor relations functions.
  • Directed all M&A, Strategy/Planning, Investor Relations and Banking functions.
  • Handled investor relations duties involving customers, investors, and brokers.
  • Managed treasury, risk management, and investor relations.
  • Managed the activities of Investor Relations firm.
  • Supported investor relations and SEC reporting.

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31. Revenue Recognition

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Here's how Revenue Recognition is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Directed the implementation and conversion from a manual revenue recognition process to an automated revenue recognition process in Oracle.
  • Completed two financial restatements related to revenue recognition issues, and successful completed one SEC investigation.
  • Developed and implemented revenue recognition policies and procedures for large projects.
  • Partnered with Financial Reporting team to maintain revenue recognition policies.
  • Review and establish revenue recognition policies.
  • Involved in the annual financial statement audit as the lead point of contact in revenue recognition and the income statement procedures.
  • Implemented percentage of completion method of revenue recognition so the financial statements better represented the true financial condition of the company.
  • Managed the accounting and reporting for numerous activities and transactions, including acquisitions, stock options, and revenue recognition.
  • Authored a new revenue recognition policy in accordance with GAAP, primarily based on ASC 605-25 and ASU 2009-13.
  • Ensured compliance with revenue recognition policies and applied judgment in critical areas such as sales allowance reserve.
  • Manage record-to-report functions for revenue recognition, external partner share/ referral fees and internal project costs.
  • Maintained a strong understanding of Software Revenue Recognition per SOP 97-2 and SAB 101.
  • Managed compliance with corporate revenue recognition policy for capital equipment, supplies and services.
  • Booked and oversaw all journal entries related to proper revenue recognition and expense allocation.
  • Maximized software revenue recognition applying SOP 97-2 by implementing standard contract terms.
  • Corrected $20M revenue recognition and $10M inventory valuation issues.
  • Implemented policies and/or tools on technical accounting areas such as revenue recognition, capitalized production costs, participations, and residuals.
  • Provided monthly revenue recognition support to the corporate accounting team in accordance with U.S. GAAP Statement of Financial Accounting Standards 91.
  • Included multi-stream revenue from products with SAAS components as well as more traditional software revenue recognition challenges.
  • Utilize Oracle Peoplesoft, Prophix (budget planning and consolidation), CampusVue (student management, revenue recognition).

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32. Executive Board

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Here's how Executive Board is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Collaborated with other members of the Executive Board of Alpha Delta Pi to come to concise decisions about the sorority.
  • Tracked all finances coming into the group via membership and delegated funds to separate executive board members.
  • Created and managed a budget for the chapter and for each member on the executive board.
  • Prepared the initial annual chapter budget and revised budget for Executive Board and chapter approval.
  • Received executive board approval for $7 million in EBITA relief over three-year strategic period.
  • Serve on Executive Board providing guidance and leadership as well as manage the financial budget
  • Collaborated with members on the executive board in order to set and maintain budgets.
  • Assisted the Executive Board with the management of internal affairs of the chapter.
  • Serve on the Alpha Chi Omega executive board for the Kappa Omicron chapter.
  • Analyzed funds with Executive Board to ensure the safety of growing revenue.
  • Served on the Executive Board of the chapter for this position.
  • Served on the Executive Board to help run the sorority.
  • Planned and implemented week-long orientation for CAT Executive Board.
  • Prepare monthly and quarterly Executive Board of Directors package.
  • Board of Regents Treasurer and member of Executive Board.
  • Serve on our chapter's executive board.
  • Managed chapter's annual budget and coordinated with Executive Board to ensure the funds are used appropriately !
  • Perform monthly financial presentations to the President and Executive Board.
  • Prepared and proposed comprehensive budgets to executive allocations committee on behalf of organization Submitted fiscal financial reports to the executive board

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33. Financial Models

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Here's how Financial Models is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Implemented comprehensive earnings and financial models in addition to creating financial dashboard and various other value added internal reporting measures.
  • Created and implemented financial models to measure staff productivity that were used in generating customer and product/service profitability analysis.
  • Performed due diligence and created financial models for numerous acquisition targets during the initial evaluation period.
  • Developed financial models used for consolidation, budgeting, forecasting, capital management and cash flow.
  • Worked with operational management to create long-term strategic financial models for the businesses.
  • Developed financial models for strategic initiatives and partnership alliances / joint ventures.
  • Reviewed new venture transactions including financial models and market analysis.
  • Advanced financial models to improve profitability and project management processes.
  • Provided all related financial models and projections.
  • Developed custom financial models and valuations.
  • Work with Wall Street firms and analysts updating their financial models, expectations and provide company information on strategy and direction.
  • Worked closely with all relevant parties to create financial models identifying expected payback, IRR, NPV and EVA.
  • Utilize sophisticated financial models to manage the budget and underlying investment in the projects.
  • Prepared financial models to evaluate the impact on the current shareholders of proposed financing.
  • Developed financial models, data loaders, solves, training, and UNIX scripts.
  • Maintained Investors' and Operating Committee's short and long term Financial Models.
  • Develop pro-forma financial models to analyze capital investment opportunities.
  • Prepared business plan financial models of all invested companies resulting in $3M of seed level venture capital funding.
  • Prepared multi-center financial models for up to $115 million in funding.
  • Created and presented bank 5 year financial models and CIMs.

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34. Income Tax Returns

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Here's how Income Tax Returns is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Review consolidated corporation federal and state income tax returns prepared by outside accountants.
  • Prepared companies' corporate and LLC tax returns, owner's individual income tax returns and prepared sales tax returns.
  • Prepared of all payroll and income tax returns, which included Trusts, Partnerships, Corporations, and S-Corporations.
  • Prepare income tax provisions and income tax returns and other tax returns of all types.
  • Provide all information for the filing of corporate income tax returns to external CPA firm.
  • Coordinated the preparation of the corporate state and federal income tax returns.
  • Supervised preparation of annual LLC and C Corp income tax returns.
  • Prepared all company financial reports and income tax returns.
  • Assisted CPAs with corporate and personal income tax returns as well as external audits.
  • Supervised and prepared multi-state sales, payroll and income tax returns.

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35. External Auditors

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Here's how External Auditors is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Assisted in annual financial audit with external auditors and conducted fraud investigations as required.
  • Worked with external auditors to complete periodic audits of Financial Statements.
  • Maintained relations with external auditors and investigated their findings and recommendations.
  • Coordinate with external auditors in annual financial audit.
  • Managed the relationship with external auditors.
  • Work closely with internal and external auditors
  • Coordinate year-end with external auditors.
  • Improved accuracy and timeliness of financial reporting, as deemed by the External Auditors, in each of 3 consecutive years.
  • Acted as a liaison with the external auditors for year-end audits, consolidation and financial reporting.
  • Managed relationships and services with external auditors, valuation firms, rating agencies, and banks.
  • Worked closely with internal and external auditors to evaluate Medicaid, contracts, and grants.
  • Work closely with external auditors on year-end audit, compliance and financial reporting.
  • Prepare schedules and provide guidance for external auditors and tax accountants.
  • Prepare Budgets and work with external auditors and oversee all insurance policies
  • Acted as primary liaison between Bank and external auditors.
  • Frequent interface with external auditors and Board of Directors.
  • Meet regularly with the Audit Committee and external auditors.
  • Lead contact with external auditors.
  • Liaised with external auditors to ensure efficient and timely preparation of audited financials.
  • Prepare workpapers and financial statements for Big Four external auditors of parent company.

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36. Ebitda

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Here's how Ebitda is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Analyzed Gross Margin and EBITDA contribution of programs to evaluate the financial benefit and create action plans for improving performance.
  • Aligned divisional cost structure to maintain 20% EBITDA margins during a period of 50% revenue reduction in 2009.
  • Partner with multiple business areas developing budgets and forecasts that deliver 2-4% EBITDA and 9-12% EPS growth.
  • Partnered with the General Manager to drive financial performance - successfully meeting EBITDA targets for five successive quarters.
  • Led management team in cost reduction efforts resulting in a 33% EBITDA improvement on level sales.
  • Initiated cost and process improvement projects resulting in improved EBITDA by more than 15% of revenue.
  • Developed key business initiatives to sustain the long term profitability of company and its EBITDA improvement.
  • Created budgets and 5 year strategic plans to support continuous growth in sales and EBITDA.
  • Perform financial analysis in support of internal management team to maximize Revenue and EBITDA.
  • Developed Annual Operating Plan - established operating plan with $50M of EBITDA improvements.
  • Assisted greatly in increasing the company's EBITDA margin by 600 basis points.
  • Improved EBITDA by 20% through implementation of financial controls and operating processes.
  • Lead cash access services operations to generate $35M in annual EBITDA.
  • Reported to shareholders and private equity investors trends to maximize EBITDA.
  • Delivered superior return to founders in excess of 10x EBITDA.
  • Served a large role in achieving 78% growth in revenues and 149% growth in EBITDA from 2011 to 2012.
  • Achieved $200M (20%) cost reduction for the division in two years improving EBITDA by 30%.
  • Achieved up to 28% annual EBITDA, averaging 17%+ EBITDA over ten years.
  • Developed and implemented operating metrics with focus on same store growth by modality and EBITDA margin to manage portfolio business.
  • Developed business case analysis and recommendations resulting in a strategic alliance with Qwest Communications, providing long-term revenue and EBITDA growth.

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37. Financial Systems

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Here's how Financial Systems is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Directed the transformation of entities operating as divisions of Continental and Eastern Airlines into autonomous subsidiaries with their own financial systems.
  • Established financial systems and controls resulting significant improvement in performance allowing for facility and program expansion.
  • Recruited to re-instill financial integrity and implement financial systems and strategic capital planning tool.
  • Develop and implement nationwide integrated computer financial systems and controls.
  • Ensured reliability of all financial systems, adherence to GAAP & IFRS, while keeping a strong eye on corporate governance.
  • Improved forecast accuracy to +/- 1 % by revamping financial systems, reports, closing procedures and use of GL.
  • Integrated newly acquired Caribbean, Central and South American Associates into existing financial systems, policies and procedures.
  • Coordinated the restoration of the computer, inventory and financial systems after a major earthquake.
  • Led complex integration efforts covering my accounting team, financial systems and tax strategy.
  • Converted financial systems to Sage MAS500 and interfaced with HRP Payroll processing system.
  • Complete responsibility to plan, develop and operate all financial systems and processes.
  • Inventory work flow through the OHM procurement, inventory and financial systems.
  • Implemented Oracle and Hyperion financial systems on time and within budget.
  • Major project was the implementation of the new Oracle financial systems.
  • Established financial systems for leading startup accelerator.
  • Initiated restructuring of financial systems organization.
  • Managed cross-functional project team converting financial systems from SAP and internal systems to Costpoint; completed on time and within budget.
  • Supervised the financial systems department responsible for forecasts, budgets, corporate reporting, MIS and reconciliation of financial systems.
  • Executed project management functions for the implementation of multi-site start up financial systems along with the upgrade of existing systems.
  • Completed ad hoc requests for reports and analysis using the financial systems including Essbase.

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38. Variance Analysis

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Here's how Variance Analysis is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Trained newly organized finance department on operational reporting, budgeting, forecasting, and variance analysis.
  • Manage gross margin efficiency metrics and variance analysis at significant milestone periods (monthly/quarterly/annually).
  • Explain financial results to senior management through variance analysis and trend recognition.
  • Prepared financial forecasts and variance analysis, including merger and acquisition analysis.
  • Prepared variance analysis, drafted financial statements and oversaw external audits.
  • Coordinated monthly variance analysis and commentary for eight business lines.
  • Performed monthly forecasting, reporting and variance analysis.
  • Presented variance analysis to senior management.
  • Oversee all aspects of finance, accounting, and financial analysis including month-end closing, variance analysis, and reporting.
  • Created budget variance analysis procedures allowing greater focus on project cost containment, resulting in greater project margins.
  • Provided variance analysis and key commentary for drivers of deviations from plan for financial and program related variances.
  • Provided timely and updated budget variance analysis to CFO for meetings with Board of Directors.
  • Prepare monthly budget variance analysis for review by senior management and board of directors.
  • Presented quarterly balance sheet review variance analysis and drivers to Vice President of Finance.
  • Conduct actual versus forecast variance analysis and identify Opportunities and risks to the budget.
  • Implemented standardization of the financial reporting, ad hoc and variance analysis for executive staff dissemination.
  • Created management reports using SQL showing variance analysis and yield rollforward
  • Provided senior management with forecasted-to-actual variance analysis and capital analysis.
  • Provide executive level variance analysis for actuals vs. forecast and budget, and year over year comparisons.
  • Review pro-forma against actuals and report variance analysis.

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39. Finance Committee

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Here's how Finance Committee is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Worked closely with the Finance Committee chairperson in identifying and implementing reporting and process improvements.
  • Created Chamber Finance Committee-endorsed Financial Dashboard detailing key operating data, utilizing Microsoft Office.
  • Served as the staff liaison to the Audit & Finance Committee, CPA firm, bank/investment officials, and pension/insurance brokers.
  • Update and review with the Finance Committee and Board of Directors the DDS cost allocation plan on an annual basis.
  • Chair of the Student Finance Committee, to review requests and allocate funds to support student organizations.
  • Maintained an accurate list of funding received by the Associated Students Inc. Finance Committee.
  • Chaired the student finance committee and created bi-monthly reports for the senate.
  • Attend and present at the Finance Committee of the Board of Directors.
  • Reviewed and voted on sponsorship requests and served on the Finance Committee
  • Provided all financial reporting at Board and Finance Committee meetings.
  • Staff liaison to the Investment, Audit and Finance Committees.
  • Served as FilmLA's Treasurer and Finance Committee Chairman.
  • Interacted with the Board of Directors and Finance Committee.
  • Deliver oral presentation of budget to Finance committee.
  • Team leader of the Finance Committee.
  • Work closely with the Board of Directors and Finance Committee in managing over $230,000,000 in investable assets.
  • Reported to monthly Finance Committee and Board of Directors meetings Developed financial reports from newly implemented IT program.
  • Presented to and participated in BOD, Finance Committee meetings as other ad-hoc committees.
  • Monitored Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable Prepare monthly/year-to-date financials and present to Finance Committee
  • Chaired the ASI Finance Committee and the Instructionally Related Activities Committee Built 3 multi-million dollar annual budgets through a 7-month development process

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40. Audit Procedures

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Here's how Audit Procedures is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Provided direction on Sarbanes-Oxley compliance and internal audit procedures & controls.
  • Implemented a system of internal controls and audit procedures and directed the annual audit process with the independent auditing firm.
  • Helped document, implement and audit procedures in order for the company to become ISO compliant.
  • Completed incurred cost submissions for DFAS review and approval through DFAS audit procedures.

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41. CPA

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Here's how CPA is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Prepared monthly financial statements with commentary, coordinated tax filings with CPA and prepared annual government contracting compliance reports.
  • Key point-of-contact for annual CPA and regulatory audits/exams.
  • Plan and execute tax strategies in coordination with CPA tax firm, insurance and risk management, and capital financing.
  • Coordinated year end closings and preparation of various financial statements and tax returns with various CPA firms engaged.
  • Converted company from annual reviews to full audit and managed process with CPA firm.
  • Implemented ACCPAC accounting software and took over financial reporting from parent company.
  • Back office support and financial plan preparation for CPA and Law firms.
  • Established referral partnerships within the accounting community by calling on CPA's.
  • Coordinated with external CPA for year-end audit review and annual report.
  • Prepared review documents for outside CPA's periodic company audits
  • Directed all external CPA audits and NCUA regulatory exams.
  • Managed third party CPA financial and inventory audits.
  • Managed company relationship with CPA firm and Bank.
  • Interacted with CPA and Banks.
  • Led migration of multiple accounting packages to single system (Sage Accpac), streamlining chart of accounts and consolidation efforts.
  • Partnered with Estate Planning attorneys, and CPA's on client estate and tax planning goals, objectives and needs.
  • Verified accuracy and uniformity of financial records and assisted CPAs during audit on 5 entities.
  • Audit Staff Accountant Peat Marwick is one of the big 4 international CPA/consulting firms.
  • Coordinate financial statements and year-end audits including the A-133 compliance audit with externalCPA firm.
  • Coordinated all audits with outside CPAs.

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42. Sarbanes-Oxley

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Here's how Sarbanes-Oxley is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Lead internal control efforts maintaining Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, company ethics program and internal policies and procedures.
  • Revitalized finance organizational structure through standardizing, improving processes and meeting Sarbanes-Oxley requirements.
  • Instituted Sarbanes-Oxley governance practices and integrated regulatory and compliance monitoring system.
  • Introduced and monitored internal control policies in Sarbanes-Oxley compliant environment.
  • Devised and implemented controls enabling full compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley.
  • Designed and implemented Sarbanes-Oxley controls and tests.
  • Ensured divisional compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley requirements.
  • Managed successful implementation of Sarbanes-Oxley.
  • Led the project to document, test and refine key F&A controls for initial Sarbanes-Oxley audit (10/04).
  • Selected Accomplishments: * Completed Sarbanes-Oxley compliance within 10 months of company acquisition by Barnes Group, Inc.
  • Implemented global processes to meet regulatory requirements and comply with Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX).
  • Reduced staff and department budget by 33% and implemented Sarbanes-Oxley compliant internal controls.
  • Led the implementation of, and ongoing compliance with, the provisions of Sarbanes-Oxley.
  • Led the Sarbanes-Oxley compliance project, and also ensured compliance with NASDAQ listing requirements.
  • Delivered Sarbanes-Oxley compliance for entire department in 8 month period.
  • Ensured SOX, Sarbanes-Oxley Compliance.
  • Established standardized deliverable formats, staged timelines and joint headquarters/subsidiary teams for each unit leading to successful Sarbanes-Oxley implementation.
  • Established and enforced control environment in accordance with best practice and Sarbanes-Oxley.
  • Implemented Sarbanes-Oxley 404 strengthening internal controls Favorable negotiation with Local Treasury Department of $1.4MM income tax claim in 2007
  • Reengineered business processes leading to a strong sustainable internal control environment, assuring compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley acts, while reducing cost.

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43. Financial Plans

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Here's how Financial Plans is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Identified and investigated variances to financial plans and forecasts by interpreting financial results.
  • Performed budgeting and forecasting activities, developing strategically aligned financial plans.
  • Developed financial plans and advised high-net-worth individuals, and families, as well as their respective trusts, and estates.
  • Helped individual and business customers develop long term financial plans using a variety of full service brokerage and insurance products.
  • Lead the worldwide planning and analysis team in order to drive both strategic and tactical financial plans.
  • Created customized financial plans and investment portfolios for clients based on their specific investment goals and situations.
  • Created personalized financial plans for clients with assets up to 10MM in assets utilizing various financial products.
  • Developed financial plans, conducted seminars, and advised both self directed and managed account clients.
  • Prepared and implemented short and long-term financial plans for the corporation's growth and expansion.
  • Developed financial plans covering trust and estate planning, asset protection, & investment management.
  • Developed policies, processes, forecasts, analysis tools, and strategic business/financial plans.
  • Answered clients' questions about the purposes and details of financial plans and strategies.
  • Align clients objective with their financial plans by promoting better money management.
  • Researched and developed custom financial plans for prospective and current clients.
  • Developed long-term and annual financial plans for the Mortgage Bank.
  • Presented financial plans, forecasts & results to Board.
  • Prepared financial plans and forecasts for multiple departments.
  • Develop and monitor annual financial plans; reforecast changes quarterly.
  • Coordinated preparation of annual budgets and long term financial plans.
  • Monitored chapters funds to ensure positive account balance Paid fees to other organizations promptly Created financial plans for members who needed assistance

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44. Annual Sales

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Here's how Annual Sales is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Managed financial and accounting functions for manufacturer/international distributor generating annual sales in excess of $180 million.
  • Managed the allocation of $100+ million in annual sales/marketing investments, including the development of sales targets for all channels.
  • Supervised a nationwide leadership team of operatives to successfully manage and retain in excess of $250MM in annual sales.
  • Provide financial leadership to Venezuelan operations for leading global logistics provider, generating over $65M in annual sales.
  • Lead finance team supporting industrial, welding, and oilfield distributor with annual sales of $550 mil.
  • Manage financial, treasury and accounting functions for laboratory supply distributor with annual sales of $95 million.
  • Turned around sales performance from a point of declining annual revenue to annual sales growth.
  • Directed and reported the financial activities of an US$80 Million annual sales subsidiary.
  • Steel importer and wholesaler subsidiary: Annual sales of approximately $2 billion.
  • Developed effective management reporting systems to support the 25% annual sales growth.
  • Ranked among top producers, exceeding annual sales production goals.
  • Increased annual sales of core manufactured product by $500K.
  • Coordinated annual sales tax and financial audits.
  • Grow department and processes from $20M to $120M annual sales.
  • Tripled annual sales from $2.5M to over $7.5M in 2004.
  • Buffalo, NY 1998 - 2001 Manufacturer of engineered microelectronic and thin-film coating materials with annual sales of $165 million.
  • Program awards spanning 10 years with aircraft build rates steadily increasing providing added forecasted annual sales of $80 million.
  • Key Achievements: Partnered with majority shareholder to grow company from start-up to $7M+ in annual sales revenue.
  • Assumed financial planning and analysis responsibilities for the Innerwear business segment ($2.4 billion in annual sales).
  • Created $2,000,000 in Annual Sales from Startup Company .

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45. IPO

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Here's how IPO is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Key contributor to successful $110M initial public offering (IPO), including drafting of SEC registration statement and prospectus.
  • Worked closely with investment bankers to transfer securities, place IPO's, Secondaries, and Private Placements.
  • Managed tight cash and vendor relationships for 12 months after IPO failed to raise $40 million.
  • Participated as a team member in the Company's IPO, two follow-on and convertible debt offerings.
  • Assisted in the preparation of the S-1 in anticipation of an IPO (later shelved).
  • Key member of the successful IPO team including S-1 preparation and road show presentations.
  • Create IR plan for Boston Market that supported largest IPO in NYSE history.
  • Managed the IPO process including negotiating with underwriters and other service providers.
  • Attempted IPO failed due to market deterioration (dot com).
  • Participated in the preliminary process of an IPO and industry merger.
  • Prepared financial data for IPO documents (SEC S-1).
  • Completed $30 million critical mass acquisition leading to IPO.
  • Lead the financial aspects of a potential IPO process.
  • Developed and began sourcing post-IPO financing and credit consortium.
  • Directed risk management and HR functions prior to IPO.
  • Coordinated IPO process for company.
  • Managed the IPO preparation process.
  • Key participant in the IPO of the Sprint PCS tracking stock.
  • Participated in an IPO, Follow-on Offering, two register directs and a private placement that raised approximately $200 million.
  • Draft business plans used to raise millions of dollars of new capital for pre-IPO companies.

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46. Financial Institutions

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Here's how Financial Institutions is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Participated in negotiations with financial institutions in implementation of the Company's revolving credit agreement and subsequent amendments.
  • Represented the Agency to financial partners including financial institutions, investors, foundation executives, and auditors.
  • Originated and executed a broad range of capital markets and mergers & acquisitions transactions for financial institutions.
  • Negotiate and coordinate financing and cash management plan with financial institutions.
  • Negotiated and obtained credit lines with financial institutions.
  • Managed relationships with financial institutions and potential investors.
  • Maintained relationships with participating financial institutions.
  • Monitor monthly financial statements of the endowment investments and prepare quarterly reports for financial institutions to which the College is obligated.
  • Direct the operational and financial turnaround of a $250M distributor of merchandise to financial institutions in the order fulfillment business.
  • Cultivated valuable relationships with financial institutions and served as a liaison between lending/banking institutions, CPA firm, and ownership.
  • Coordinated reporting to third-party owners, which were mainly financial institutions and assisted owners in preparing assets for re-sale.
  • Maintain relationships with financial institutions, insurance brokers, and investment firms to obtain the most effective financial solutions.
  • Partner with large financial institutions in new product design and implementation of consumer directed health plans.
  • Key figure in securing over $175M of financing with respected investors and financial institutions.
  • Negotiated with insurance and financial institutions to control costs leading to higher profit margins.
  • Worked closely with financial institutions to maintain lines of credit.
  • Assisted with packaging leases for resale to financial institutions.
  • Established lines of credit with various financial institutions.
  • Evaluated counterparty risk related to potential clients, primarily financial institutions such as Countrywide.
  • Evaluated counterparty risk related to potential clients, primarily financial institutions including Greenpoint, Washington Mutual, etc.

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47. Parent Company

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Here's how Parent Company is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Control operating and manufacturing expenses to insure cost effective transfer to parent company.
  • Consolidate general ledgers for parent company and its majority-owned subsidiary.
  • Spearheaded monthly and year-end closings/financial reporting package to parent company.
  • Secured capital investment from parent company and borrowing facility.
  • Interfaced directly with the CFO of parent company regarding SEC compliance as well as monthly and year-end financial reporting.
  • Implemented full integration of all Accounting, HR and IT systems into the new parent company ahead of schedule.
  • Completed all monthly and annual financial and budgeting reports and submitted to parent company for public filings.
  • Created a Strategic Planning process which was then adopted by the parent company as the corporate standard.
  • Handle budgeting and forecasting, as well as presenting data to senior-level management of U.K.-based parent company.
  • Installed and implemented accounting software packages for the parent company and two of its subsidiaries.
  • Prepared and delivered presentations to the CEO and the Senior Leadership Team of parent company.
  • Hired by parent company of Hyundai Sipping to be the Vice President of Finance.
  • Supported the parent company M&A group on two acquisitions.
  • Reported to Managing Director of Finance of foreign parent company.
  • Finance liaison to CFO of parent company in Germany.
  • Appointed by acquiring parent company to newly created position.
  • Co-ordinated/developed company's annual budget and presented to parent company in U.K.
  • Manage quarterly reporting, analysis and cash settlements for internal retrocessions for the Americas with the parent company in Switzerland.
  • Merged and integrated new financial and operational systems mandated by our new parent company Supervised the controller, I.T.
  • Selected Achievements and Responsibilities: Intimately involved in significantly all facets of redomiciliation of Parent company from Bermuda to Vermont.

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48. DSO

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Here's how DSO is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Reduced working capital requirement by $0.5 million, decreasing DSO's by 10 days and securing more favorable vendor terms
  • Reduced Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) by approximately 12% by hiring and training a dedicated collection team.
  • Reduced DSO by 20 days in the first year by improving policies and procedures to limit corporate risk.
  • Reduced accounts receivable days sales outstanding (DSO) to 50 days, an industry best practices benchmark.
  • Led revenue cycle and working capital efforts to improve DSO and DPO by a combined $30 million.
  • Reduced DSO for accounts receivable while increasing percent current from 30% to 87+% in 3 years.
  • Improved DSO by 50% from 20 days to 10 days via process improvements and staff training.
  • Reduced DSO's from 90 to 40 days through customer relationship and policy changes.
  • Established central credit and collections function, reducing receivables DSO to 45 from 90.
  • Promoted shortly after Hudson Bay Company s acquisition of Saks Fifth Avenue in 2013.
  • Improved working capital by reducing DSO and improving inventory turns; $2,300,000.
  • Strengthened Company credit policy resulting in a drop of DSO by 10 days.
  • Streamlined cash handling and collection activities to reduce DSO by over 3 days.
  • Delivered DSO improvements from 87 days to 65 days.
  • Conceived a plan to improve DSO.
  • Reduced DSO from more than 60 to less than 35 days while growing the total A/R more than 20%.
  • Reduced DSO from 60 days to 33 days.
  • Reduced DSO from 50 to 41 days.
  • Reorganized Billing and Collections function and strategy which generated improvement in average DSOs from 191 days to 92 days.
  • Shortened quote to cash cycle by implementing new workflow process improvements and software tools, reducing DSO ~33%.

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49. High NET

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Here's how High NET is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Provided comprehensive financial planning for high net worth individuals.
  • Provided investment advice and strategies for high net worth individuals, family offices, endowments and small institutions and pension funds.
  • Provide expert financial planning, investment selection, and portfolio administration to a wide variety of high net worth clientele.
  • Cultivated relationships with high net worth clients, offering expertise on asset allocation, investment strategies, and financing.
  • Engaged high net worth individuals to present investment solutions that solved the clients low interest rate concerns.
  • Utilized experience and knowledge to build a successful book of business of high net-worth and institutional clients.
  • Provided high net worth services to clients located in London, New York, Paris and Zurich.
  • Managed 400 500 high net worth client relationships with total assets in excess of $500M.
  • Collaborated with team members to present complex financial strategies to ultra high net worth individuals.
  • Cultivated, built, and managed high net worth private client relationships.
  • Build and maintain strong working relationships with high net worth client base.
  • Marketed fee based managed products to high net worth individuals and institutions.
  • Developed a large portfolio of commercial and high net-worth individual clients.
  • Developed relationships with high net worth clients based in the U.S.
  • Oversee assigned practice of High Net Worth Clients.
  • Constructed and managed high net worth client portfolios.
  • Managed a portfolio of over 130 high net worth clients and $170 MM AUM.
  • Provided equity analysis of companies and industries for high net worth advisors responsible for managing $2.5 billion in assets.
  • Prepared retirement and estate plans for high net worth international and U.S. based executives, directors, and CEOs.
  • Created a "book of business" of over 300 high net worth individuals and specialized in managed money products.

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50. Administrative Functions

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Here's how Administrative Functions is used in Finance Vice President jobs:
  • Cost Reductions/Administration - Centralized and consolidated administrative functions for multiple businesses, reducing overhead by 15%.
  • Established all financial and administrative functions for this start up semiconductor research and development company.
  • Complete accountability for Human Resources Department as well as all general administrative functions.
  • Transitioned administrative functions from within ESOP to private equity ownership culture.
  • Assumed all distribution and administrative functions of the subsidiary.
  • Managed all accounting and administrative functions for large builder/developer.
  • Relocated accounting and administrative functions to the US; deployed processes that reduced costs, simplified work while strengthening GAAP/SOX compliance.
  • Managed all aspects of both finance and administrative functions for 60+ person Distribution Company with 5 geographic locations.
  • Manage administrative functions, including human resources, legal, insurance, contract management, and office management.
  • Managed all financial, compliance, operational, and administrative functions for a small investment advisory firm.
  • Led financial and administrative functions through accelerated growth, contraction, and leadership changes.
  • Key member of project team tasked to negotiate outsourcing of various administrative functions.
  • Selected to oversee all finance and administrative functions for company.
  • Relocated accounting and administrative functions to the US.
  • Manage the administrative functions of the office.
  • Managed and built all Finance, HR and Administrative functions Performed acquisition due diligence on four acquisitions.
  • Managed the financial and administrative functions of Blackeagle Energy Services, as the first Vice President.
  • Full responsibility for financial, accounting and administrative functions of the US division.
  • Oversee all accounting/ financial and administrative functions with the use of iMIS.
  • Restructured finance and administrative functions to meet world class reporting and analytical standards through "lean" principles and concepts.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Finance Vice President

Financial Statements42.8%
Ensure Compliance6.9%
Annual Audit6.1%
Due Diligence4%
Equity3.7%
Revenue Growth3.7%
Annual Budget3.3%
Oversight2.5%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Finance Vice President

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Financial Statements
Financial Statements
32.9%
32.9%
2
2
Ensure Compliance
Ensure Compliance
5.3%
5.3%
3
3
Annual Audit
Annual Audit
4.7%
4.7%
4
4
Due Diligence
Due Diligence
3.1%
3.1%
5
5
Equity
Equity
2.8%
2.8%
6
6
Revenue Growth
Revenue Growth
2.8%
2.8%
7
7
Annual Budget
Annual Budget
2.5%
2.5%
8
8
Oversight
Oversight
1.9%
1.9%
9
9
Risk Management
Risk Management
1.9%
1.9%
10
10
Business Development
Business Development
1.9%
1.9%
11
11
Information Technology
Information Technology
1.9%
1.9%
12
12
Business Units
Business Units
1.8%
1.8%
13
13
A/P
A/P
1.8%
1.8%
14
14
Financial Performance
Financial Performance
1.8%
1.8%
15
15
General Ledger Accounts
General Ledger Accounts
1.7%
1.7%
16
16
ERP
ERP
1.6%
1.6%
17
17
Internal Controls
Internal Controls
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Gaap
Gaap
1.6%
1.6%
19
19
Real Estate
Real Estate
1.6%
1.6%
20
20
Human Resources
Human Resources
1.6%
1.6%
21
21
Strategic Plan
Strategic Plan
1.5%
1.5%
22
22
Cost Savings
Cost Savings
1.5%
1.5%
23
23
Balance Sheet
Balance Sheet
1.4%
1.4%
24
24
Financial Management
Financial Management
1.3%
1.3%
25
25
Executive Management
Executive Management
1.1%
1.1%
26
26
Direct Reports
Direct Reports
1%
1%
27
27
SOX
SOX
1%
1%
28
28
Key Performance Indicators
Key Performance Indicators
0.9%
0.9%
29
29
Customer Service
Customer Service
0.9%
0.9%
30
30
Investor Relations
Investor Relations
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Revenue Recognition
Revenue Recognition
0.7%
0.7%
32
32
Executive Board
Executive Board
0.7%
0.7%
33
33
Financial Models
Financial Models
0.7%
0.7%
34
34
Income Tax Returns
Income Tax Returns
0.7%
0.7%
35
35
External Auditors
External Auditors
0.6%
0.6%
36
36
Ebitda
Ebitda
0.6%
0.6%
37
37
Financial Systems
Financial Systems
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
Variance Analysis
Variance Analysis
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Finance Committee
Finance Committee
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
Audit Procedures
Audit Procedures
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
CPA
CPA
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Sarbanes-Oxley
Sarbanes-Oxley
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Financial Plans
Financial Plans
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Annual Sales
Annual Sales
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
IPO
IPO
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Financial Institutions
Financial Institutions
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Parent Company
Parent Company
0.5%
0.5%
48
48
DSO
DSO
0.5%
0.5%
49
49
High NET
High NET
0.5%
0.5%
50
50
Administrative Functions
Administrative Functions
0.5%
0.5%

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