Chief Financial Officers
Our CFO-level staff members fulfill more than just the technical accounting needs of the customers they service. To be considered a “Chief Financial Officer,” one must possess a variety of dynamic characteristics. Specific capabilities of the Utonomy CFO include:
- Executive management and financial reporting development.
- Financial statement preparation, analysis, presentation and interpretation.
- Cash-flow management.
- Management of annual budgeting process, including year-round tracking & analysis.
- Investment activity reporting and performance benchmarking.
- Long-range forecasting and strategic planning.
- Internal control policy development and implementation.
- Risk management.
- Compliance of all governmental reporting requirements.
- Management of year-end audit.
Our Senior Accountants provide Controller and Accounting Manager related services. They are responsible for a variety of highly technical tasks as well as management of client staff and other Utonomy staff. To be considered a Senior Accountant, one must possess high-level accounting skills, stellar interpersonal skills, and be able to “see the big picture." The Utonomy Senior Accountant is typically responsible for the following activities:
- Monthly financial statement generation, presentation, and interpretation.
- Liaison assistance between client executives, Chief Financial Officer, and accounting staff.
- Cash flow management.
- Payroll and benefits administration.
- Annual budgeting process assistance with CFO.
- Monthly expenditure monitoring and alignment with annual budgets.
- Operational policy development, improvement, and implementation, such as: fiscal, personnel, travel, and internal controls.
- Annual audit preparation and management.
Our Accountants provide comprehensive bookkeeping services and are responsible for all of the day-to-day accounting transactional functions within a company. These responsibilities include:
- Liaison assistance between customers, vendors, and client staff.
- Accounts payable and related disbursements.
- Accounts receivable, receipts and collection maintenance.
- Payroll preparation and administration, including payroll tax compliance.
- Human resource and benefits administration, including: health insurance, workers’ compensation, and retirement plan maintenance.
- Balance sheet account reconciliations.
- Financial records retention and maintenance.
- Internal control policy implementation.