Whether your financial objectives involve securing funding, accelerating growth, or planning for an acquisition, a part-time CFO gives you the option to bring expertise into your business at a considerably reduced cost.
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Our role is to bring transformative leadership and to be accountable for the key decisions that help your business grow. We do this on a completely flexible basis with no fixed-term contracts.
Your part-time CFO is a leader in their field, with the knowledge, skillset and experience to empower your team while taking your business to the next level.
We demonstrate value from day one. We’ve got experience from previous projects and have nailed down efficient processes – we cut out the learning curve and will quickly identify what your business needs to grow.
We don’t do long-term contracts or 3-6 month notice periods. If your needs change, we can quickly arrange a change of personnel.
A part-time FD will help your company move beyond just keeping financials in order by helping plan and position your company for a strong future. They will:
Your part-time finance director has a minimum of ten years’ senior finance experience and a proven track record of success.
No recruitment fees. No long-term contracts. You can leave your arrangement without any fixed contract period.
Small-to-medium-sized businesses can access a highly experienced part-time FD at a significantly lower cost than hiring a full-timer.
Your part-time finance director can start as soon as you need them, and our flexible contracts mean you can increase or decrease commitments according to your needs.
We are highly skilled in managing needs on a part-time basis, meaning a part-time finance director can deliver the same results as a full-time director in significantly less time.
A part-time finance director is a team member, not just a consultant – we join your team to deliver strategic vision and transformative leadership from within.
An experienced part-time finance director has the knowledge and expertise to deliver transformative leadership that supports your business vision.
What is a part-time CFO?
A part-time CFO is a financial executive who works for a company on a part-time basis, typically for a fixed number of hours per month. Part-time CFOs provide many of the same services as full-time CFOs, including financial planning and analysis, budgeting, forecasting, cash flow management, and financial reporting. Part-time CFOs are often brought on board by small to medium-sized businesses that need the expertise of a financial executive but don’t have the resources to hire a full-time CFO.
Is a part-time CFO worth it?
For many small to medium-sized businesses, a part-time CFO can be a valuable asset. A part-time CFO can provide the financial expertise and strategic guidance that a business needs to grow and thrive without the cost of a full-time CFO. They can help businesses develop financial plans, identify opportunities for cost savings, and manage cash flow effectively. A part-time CFO can also help businesses navigate complex financial transactions, such as mergers and acquisitions or fundraising, and provide valuable insights into the financial health of the business.
How many hours should a part-time CFO work?
The number of hours a part-time CFO works can vary depending on the needs of the business. Typically, a part-time CFO will work anywhere from 10 to 30 hours per month, depending on the size and complexity of the business. However, the actual number of hours worked will depend on the specific needs of the business and the scope of work agreed upon by the CFO and the company.
What is the average CFO time?
The average time that a CFO works can vary depending on the size and complexity of the business. Full-time CFOs typically work between 40 to 60 hours per week, with some working longer hours during busy periods. Part-time CFOs, on the other hand, typically work between 10 to 30 hours per month, depending on the needs of the business. The actual number of hours worked by a CFO will depend on the size and complexity of the business, as well as the scope of work agreed upon by the CFO and the company.
What value does a CFO add?
A CFO adds significant value to a business in many ways. They provide financial expertise and strategic guidance, helping businesses develop financial plans, identify opportunities for cost savings, and manage cash flow effectively. CFOs also oversee financial reporting, ensuring that the business is compliant with financial regulations and accurately reporting financial performance. CFOs can also provide valuable insights into the financial health of the business, identifying potential risks and opportunities for growth. Additionally, CFOs can help businesses navigate complex financial transactions, such as mergers and acquisitions or fundraising, and provide valuable support to senior leadership.