Cowgill Holloway LLP launches Finance Director advisory service, myFDadvisor
Leading accountants and business advisors Cowgill Holloway LLP are pleased to announce the launch of myFDadvisor, a cost effective Finance Director advisory service for SMEs who have outgrown their finance function.
Working with ambitious entrepreneurs on a part-time basis, myFDadvisor identifies the key issues holding back business growth and develops meaningful management information, including financial forecasts. By then chairing monthly board meetings, the service aims to deliver a step change in performance, helping clients achieve their financial aspirations.
myFDadvisor LLP is led by David Holland, an experienced Finance Director who has operated in SMEs across a number of sectors and different stages of the business cycle (start-up, high growth, turnaround and exit). Most notably he led the financial and operational turnaround at world leading art pottery firm, W Moorcroft plc.
David, who joined Cowgill Holloway LLP in 2012, after heading Grant Thornton’s Entrepreneurial Advisory offering in Liverpool, commented: “We are proud to launch myFDadvisor as a service to new and existing clients looking to maximise value and growth without the expense of employing a full time Finance Director. As businesses grow we often find that entrepreneurs spend an increasing amount of time on financial and compliance issues; myFDadvisor provides an independent sounding board, focusing resources whilst also providing credibility to stakeholders, including funders.”
Cowgill Holloway LLP Managing Partner, Paul Stansfield, added: “myFDadvisor is the latest service launched by Cowgill Holloway which not only adds value to our client offering, but also provides a standalone opportunity for companies that require the know-how of a Finance Director without the inherent cost. By utilising David’s excellent track record, myFDadvisor can drive a business forward in terms of growth and profitability.”
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