PREFERRED CFO

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David Guyaux

CFO & Systems Consultant

Notable Achievements

  • MBA
  • Certified Manager of Accounting (CMA)
  • Advisory Board, Family Services
  • CEO, Boy Scouts of America Organization Chapter

Education

Master’s of Business Administration with an IT Emphasis, University of Utah

Bachelor’s of Accounting with an IT Emphasis, Brigham Young University

David Guyaux brings over 25 years of experience as CFO, VP of Finance, and Controller roles within both public and private enterprises. He has organized finances for companies to turn around operations and meet compliance and governmental requirements, as well as to prepare for mergers and acquisitions.

 

Budgeting & Forecasting | Business Automation | Merger & Acquisition
Commission Plan Development | Negotiations | Breakeven Analysis

About David Guyaux

David brings over 25 years of experience as CFO, VP Finance and Controller roles in both public and private enterprises. He has served as CFO in retail, education, home health service, energy, mortgage, and manufacturing industries.

David has organized finances for companies to turn around operations and meet compliance and governmental requirements quickly. He has also helped organizations drive revenue growth through product expansion, geographic expansion, and new product implementation. David is experienced in mergers and acquisitions, helping prepare organizations to acquire or be acquired.

David received his undergraduate degree in Accounting from Brigham Young University and a Masters of Business Administration from the University of Utah, both with an IT emphasis. With robust IT background, David is uniquely qualified to work with executive management, sales, operations, accounting, and information systems in driving business intelligence that accelerates performance.

 


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