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The key financial officer of a state, private, or Municipal Corporation, who is charged with certain specific responsibilities related to its financial affairs.



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By combining cutting-edge automation tools with Genpact's deep process expertise, including experience in designing, transforming, and running financial and accounting (F&A) operations for many global clients, the Financial Controllership Suite significantly improves efficiencies and productivity.
To Kupper (2005), regardless of the origins, the functions of controllership should not be searched for only in empirical studies.
We've undertaken numerous actions over the last ten years to strengthen an already great controllership foundation and provide transparency to our investors and other stakeholders.
In other countries with developed economies, the roles of controllership and compliance accounting are separate and distinct so that there's a relatively equal emphasis on each function.
Controllership Foundation adopts Statement of Research Policy and Long-Range Research Program.
I plan to be a strong operating partner to achieve SPG Solar's financial targets while continuously strengthening our controllership environment.
Financial Controllership Suite part of Genpact's Systems of Engagement portfolio that overlays cloud-based technology on top of clients' existing systems to transform operations also improves financial integrity by standardizing processes and fostering easier compliance.
He comes to us with nearly 30 years' experience in accounting and financial controls, and has spent the last 18 years in senior controllership functions at a variety of Fortune 500 companies.
The Controllership Initiative plays a key role in implementing corporate governance in GE and in clarifying and communicating GE's policies and principles, which apply to business operations at every level of the organization.
Mok joined Air Products in 1986 as a financial analyst in the International Controllership organization and subsequently held various engineering and commercial positions in the U.
in controllership and finance from New York Institute of Technology from which he graduated with distinction.
She hopes the statement will clarify various controllership issues.

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