Staying in control of your money means staying in control of your business.

To succeed in business, you need to be able to keep a lot of balls in the air. Just one of those is your business finances – but it’s the heaviest and most important ball in the mix, which means you need to keep a constant eye on it.

Financial control isn’t just about making sure you have money coming in and out of the business. It’s about helping you achieve your financial goals and playing an active role in protecting your business from losing money through fraud, both inside and out. Financial control encompasses all of the systems and processes within your business that work together to prevent fraud.


Kind Words.

Stephen has worked for me as the financial controller at St Mary’s for 6 months in a very trying and pressured period for the school. He has managed a small finance team gaining their trust and support.

The main tasks involved have been modelling and improving cash-flow management, scenario analysis modelling various levels of income and expenditure, upgrading the accounting software, improving financial controls in both payroll and purchase ledger, introducing payments via BACS and the controls that go around that.

It has been a successful 6 months for Stephen and he has a been an asset to the department and school.

Mark Dale-Emberton - St Mary’s School and College