Satvinder Sekhon In 60 Seconds

Satvinder Sekhon is a versatile and experienced CFO, Finance and Commercial Director who has been providing Strategic Financial Management to SMEs in Australia and Africa for the last three decades. As a Business Owner and Investor Satvinder recognises the challenges faced by Entrepreneurs in the Small and Medium Enterprise space. He seeks to partner with you, understand your business and your ‘Why’ as the key stakeholder to enable achievement of your outcomes and goals.

Specialist Skills

Strategic Financial Management, Budgeting and Forecasting

Profit and Cash Flow improvement

Efficiency reviews, Restructuring, Due Diligence

Change and Risk Management

Leadership coaching and Senior Management mentoring

Track Record Highlights

  • CFO, Finance and Commercial Directorships in Private, Public and Not for Profit sectors
  • Financial management and reporting, Budgeting, Forecasting, Board reporting, Contract negotiations and completion
  • Change Management, Risk Management and Mitigation
  • Complementary business acquisitions, Restructure, Due Diligence, Exit planning
  • Systems review, new Financial management systems
  • CEO support, mentoring Board Directors, senior staff recruitment

Sector Experience

  • Services: Engineering, Legal, Education, Travel, Recruitment
  • Not for Profit: NDIS, Aged Care, Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations
  • Property: Real estate, 'Turn key' projects delivering focused outcomes
  • Manufacturing: Transport & Logistics
  • Government: Local and Federal, Training and Workforce Development, Procurement, Culture and Arts

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