Global CFO - Top Pay - Los Angeles, CA Area (9100)

International fast fashion company is seeking a global chief financial officer and treasurer with the experience to contribute to the financial analysis and decisions in every facet of the business.
o Bachelor's degree, ideally in Accounting and/or Finance, is required, CPA and/or MBA is highly desirable
o Bilingual Spanish
o Significant retail company experience of relevant scale (100 stores)
o Proven CFO with experience leading the finance and accounting function at a global company with over $100M revenue
o Experience in a recurring revenue information or services business and/or a technology driven business, with complex and long-term contracts
o Broad skillset, including financial planning and analysis, treasury, and investor relations
o Meaningful global experience with international cash management, foreign exchange and tax
o Experience interfacing with and managing banking and institutional investor relationships
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
o Responsible for all aspects of the Finance and Accounting functions
o Oversight of all aspects of treasury
o Direct and oversee all aspects of FP&A
o Participate as strategic financial partner of executive management team to establish vision and strategy for company
o Help steer the strategic and operational direction of the business beyond financial management
o Maintain global banking relationships, manage and forecast cash flow, managing an optimal debt and equity structure
o Develop and execute a strategy to maximize cash flow generation and improved margin and profit
o Maintain consistent accounting standards in compliance with GAAP, Sarbanes Oxley, etc.
o Lead global internal tax programs, ensuring compliance with all country rules and laws

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