Access Holdings Management Company LLC is a Baltimore-based middle-market investment firm with over $2.8 billion in assets under management. Founded in 2013, Access provides direct investment opportunities to create concentrated portfolios of essential service-based businesses in North America. We undertake active build-and-buy strategies, pursuing what we want to own, great markets and distinct business models. In doing so, Access partners, scales, and innovates to build enduring businesses. For more information, please visit www.accessholdings.com.

Role Overview

WagWay Group is looking for a Chief Financial Officer to join the Baltimore, MD office. The CFO is responsible for directing the fiscal functions of the corporation including the development of a financial and operational strategy, historical reporting, forecasting, metrics tied to that strategy and the ongoing development and monitoring of control systems designed to preserve company assets and report accurate financial results.  This individual will ensure that all acquisition due diligence and valuation modeling is completed objectively and accurately and will negotiate with an eye towards maximizing profit with minimal risk. 

 

Key Responsibilities

  • Works with the CEO and COO to set financial strategy for the Company
  • Plans, implements, directs, and evaluates the organization's fiscal function and performance
  • Develops financial, banking, measurement, and tax strategies
  • Manages banking relationships and covenant compliance
  • Enhances and/or develops, implements, and enforces policies and procedures of the organization by way of systems that will improve the overall operational and financial effectiveness of the corporation
  • Establishes credibility throughout the organization and with the Board as an effective developer of solutions to business challenges; provides technical financial advice and knowledge to others
  • Develops organization prospects by studying economic trends and revenue opportunities; projecting acquisition and expansion prospects; analyzing organization operations; identifying opportunities for improvement, cost reduction and systems enhancement; accumulating capital to fund expansion
  • Manages the capital request and budgeting processes
  • Develops performance measures that support the Company's strategic direction
  • Leads risk management efforts by understanding and mitigating key elements of the Company’s risk profile
  • Leads acquisition financial and legal/diligence activities and works directly with the CEO and Acquisitions executive to drive growth efforts
  • Directs and monitors all open legal issues involving the Company
  • Serves as Management lead for the Board of Directors Audit Committee

 

Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s degree in Finance, Accounting, or related field required, MBA preferred
  • 3-5+ years of progressively complex mid- and senior-management positions
  • Private equity experience strongly preferred
  • Strong leadership skills, emotional intelligence and unimpeachable business ethics
  • Complete knowledge of and compliance with GAAP and Sarbanes-Oxley requirements
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills, including ability to effectively communicate with internal audiences of all levels, external customers and business partners and the Board of Directors
  • Advanced ability to make decisions based on financial and business analytics
  • Demonstrated experience in developing and successfully executing a strategic vision and growth plan for a multi-brand, multi-unit consumer services business
  • Knowledge of leveraged capital structures with capital market experience and a deep understanding of how to source and optimize capital
  • Strong financial acumen. Highly analytical individual who uses data and metrics for decision making and translates data-driven planning into actions with a strong sense of urgency to achieve results
  • Exceptional interpersonal and diplomacy skills and ability to effectively communicate with senior leaders (high EQ)

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