The CFO Squad is a Proud Sponsor of the Fall 2019 Investor Summit in New York
NEW YORK, N.Y. – (Sept 5th, 2019) The CFO Squad, a premier provider of outsourced CFO and financial business services to both private and public companies, will be sponsoring the 2019 Fall Investor Summit. The Summit will feature over 160 companies and over 1,000 institutional and retail investors during the event, which will be held at the Essex House from Sept. 16-17th in New York City.
The Fall 2019 Investor Summit (formerly MicroCap Conference), is New York’s premier independent conference dedicated to connecting smallcap and microcap companies with qualified investors. Over half of the attendees will represent organizations with valuations ranging from $50 million to $250 million, across a variety of industries including healthcare, technology, consumer/cannabis, financial/blockchain, and energy/industrial sectors.
The CFO Squad’s staff of seasoned CFOs and financial experts uniquely supports the back-office and financial requirements of these fast-growing companies, without the burden of staffing a large accounting team in-house. This flexible, as-a-service business model opens up access to the highest levels of financial management expertise that is typically out of reach to most smallcap and microcap companies.
For organizations seeking capital to support growth initiatives, the CFO Squad brings decades of experience and investment relationships to help source and raise capital, position towards successful exit strategies including acquisition or initial public offering (IPO), or uplifting from the OTC markets to a tier-1 exchange like the Nasdaq.
In addition to providing outsourced CFO-level talent, the CFO Squad helps private companies with their financial reporting on an as-needed-basis, and also assists public companies with audits and numerous SEC compliance and reporting requirements such as S-1, 8K, 10Q, 10K and other SEC filings that are required by public companies.
The CFO Squad’s services for privately-held companies include financial oversight, reporting processes, and developing and maintaining financial models and projections for both investor presentations and internal use to help management better manage and predict cash flow.