View 5 Reasons to Talk to Your Financial Controller

5 Reasons to Talk to Your Financial Controller

There’s been an evolution in the responsibilities of the FC. Financial Controllers (FCs) are moving past the traditional financial controller remit and are playing a more strategic role in their company’s operations. According to a recent study by Ventana Research, roughly one in five FCs have a strategic influence in their companies, and that number…

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View Is your company ready for an outsourced FC?

Is your company ready for an outsourced FC?

There comes a time in the growth of every successful business where the owner starts to feel that their bookkeeping resources simply aren’t enough. If handled properly, the company’s books are clean and the integrity of their financial data is secure. Throughout the growth process, business owners find themselves wanting more from their data. Books…

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View Does my business need a Financial Controller?

Does my business need a Financial Controller?

Business owners often handle their own bookkeeping for many reasons that include fear of delegating sensitive financial information, wanting complete control and keeping staff costs lean. Those reasons, which may be valid for startups and smaller operations, grow increasingly impractical as your business grows. Some owners delegate accounting duties to trusted family members or staff,…

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View The importance of hiring an FC

The importance of hiring an FC

If you own or run an SME type company, you might think that it’s unnecessary to have a financial controller on your team. In fact, you might be of the opinion that multinational companies are the only organisations that need controllers. If you are the type of business owner with this mind-set, it’s time for…

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View The top goals of a Financial Controller

The top goals of a Financial Controller

The role of the financial controller is forever changing. Their responsibilities go beyond keeping on top of a company’s numbers. As the role of FC becomes more strategic, the responsibilities have in turn transformed. Finance Directors are also experiencing change that impacts the Financial Controller’s job role. They are no longer expected or in some…

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View Why an FC is the right choice for your SME

Why an FC is the right choice for your SME

A financial controller can be a beneficial asset for your small business. When business owners find themselves focusing too much on the books instead of their company’s future growth plans, looking to a controller is a smart solution. Your company might not yet be ready to consider hiring a CFO, but an FC could just…

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View Tis the season to get finance support

Tis the season to get finance support

With Christmas just around the corner, people across the UK are now beginning to take time off from work for an early & extended Christmas holiday. The winter months also bring the dreaded flu season which will inevitably take staff out of work for unscheduled periods of time. Some employees may even believe that it’s…

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View Why your business needs a financial controller

Why your business needs a financial controller

Business owners contend with a great many responsibilities and have to deal with a lot of different routines and processes to run their company successfully on a daily basis. The truth is that none of us are perfect at all aspects of running a company. When you’re a small business that’s just starting out, you…

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View How a Financial Controller can keep your business on track and help it to grow

How a Financial Controller can keep your business on track and help it to grow

It’s not always easy to manage your finances and keep them on track.   For small businesses or larger enterprises it can be helpful to get a fresh perspective on your financial activities.  Bringing the services of a qualified financial controller, as opposed to an unqualified bookkeeper or a practicing compliance accountant to your business could allow you…

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