Laurie McGee In 60 Seconds...

My hands-on, collaborative approach enables companies to get the best results for their business in steady state, pre and post-acquisition and prepare for growth and/or down-sizing. I am a is a bilingual CPA with diverse executive financial experience gained in the high tech manufacturing, communications, real estate and software industries.

Specialist Skills

M&A Specialist

Budgeting & Forecasting

Banking Relationship

Cash flow Improvement


Track Record Highlights

  • CFO/COO, board membership and senior financial roles at global companies such as Bombardier Aerospace, Bell Canada and DTZ (now Cushman & Wakefield).
  • Solid experience in strategy, restructuring, legal and contracts, financial reporting & controls, budgeting, Sarbanes Oxley, Six Sigma, real estate, ERP implementations, risk management, IT and HR.
  • Has also been directly involved in several M&A transactions and played a key role selling a subsidiary of Bell Canada as CFO of the division, managing the transaction from start to finish.
  • Since joining the CFO Centre Laurie has had the opportunity to work with several high growth technology companies and start-ups as their part-time CFO.

Sector Experience

  • technology-media-telecoms
  • property-real-estate
  • manufacturing-transport-logistics

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