Mark is currently a Senior Associate in one of the Big 4 Firms worldwide with more than five years of professional experience in the field of accounting, audit and finance.
Skills and Characteristics:Knowledgeable with various software such as Quickbooks Desktop, Xero, Odoo, Zemsoft, Taiwan ERP, Microsoft Dynamics and Easy Journal Accounting SystemProficient with Microsoft Office ApplicationsStrong Work EthicAdaptabilityCritical Thinking SkillsGood team player and leaderResilient and Adaptable
Mark first worked in the Accounting and Internal Audit Department where he handled two franchised restaurants and a hardware business. Here, he was able to implement the internal controls and policies of the company. He also provided financial reports requested by the management. Below are his key experiences:
Recording of journal entriesAuditing of inventoriesBank reconciliationCompliance auditCollecting, validating, and documenting of dataPreparing financial statementsFiling of tax returnsProduct costing
As a Branch Accountant for more than a year, Mark was able to handle three branches. Here, he was tasked to perform accounting procedures to make sure that the business is operating based on its standards. Below are his duties:
Recording of journal entriesBank reconciliationAuditing of inventoriesReviewing cash, payment, and cash advance requests from the assigned branchPreparing financial reportsFiling of tax returns
He also supervised subordinates per branch which allowed him to showcase his leadership skills, time management skills, critical thinking, decision making skills, and attention to details.
Mark as an Accountant, was assigned to handle six businesses with different types of industries. Here, he was able to create internal controls and policies of the company to ensure that its finances are well spent. He was also tasked to prepare the financial statements needed by the management for its future economic decisions. Specifically, he had the following responsibilities:
Preparing financial statementsFiling tax returnsBudget forecastingReviewing payment and cash advance requests.Assisting the external auditors in preparing Audited Financial StatementsSupervising subordinates with different specializations (such as General Ledger, Accounts Payable and Accounts Receivable Specialists)
Mark was assigned to handle the whole accounting department of the business. As an Accounting Manager, he was able to build the accounting policies and procedures of the company. He was also able to manage the finances and help the management to close deals for investment through preparing investors' deck. Below are his job duties and responsibilities:
Managing and monitoring the finances of the companyBank reconciliationBudget forecastingPreparing of financial statementsBuilding and improving internal controls and policiesSupervising the performance of different departments in terms of income generation and expendituresProviding various analysisProduct costingReviewing payroll, payment, and cash advance requestsProviding special reports required by executives.
During this time, he was able to develop his skills in decision making, time management, and especially his work ethic. Moreover, he was able to experience presenting proposals to several successful business owners which widened his horizons personally and professionally.
Mark is currently part of the Financial Reporting Team. Here, he is tasked to help the client in preparing their financial statements. Below are his key responsibilities:
Assigning duties to subordinates and monitoring their performancesTesting of journal entriesPreparing and/or reviewing roll forwarded financial statements and worksheet Preparing and/or reviewing financial statementsPerforming other related procedures such as footing, tracing, and preparation of disclosures checklistDocumenting processes through narratives and flowchartsTax compliance
Right now, Mark is open to help businesses to grow, apply his knowledge and expertise, and at the same time, learn new ideas.
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