Financial Controller - interim financial control

By: Financial Controller  05/12/2011
Keywords: Financial Control, Financial Controller

From time to time organisations need senior level finance personnel for specific projects or for specific periods of time.

Sometimes these events are planned or unplanned:

  • Maternity leave cover
  • Computer systems implementation
  • Regulatory compliance
  • Business expansion
  • Post merger integrations
  • Year End Preparation


  • Illness
  • Staff turnover
  • Crisis management
  • Revenue Audit
  • Stalled recruitment

In either situation resource is required at short notice. It is imperative that they can start adding value with basic direction and minimal supervision.

We can manage that process for you. We can provide advice on the optimal resourcing solution to meet your requirements and fill that need from our own team of professionals or leverage our market presence to source the best candidate to suit your timeframe.

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