Transforming Value: Gary McGaghey, Globally Experienced CFO

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03-11-2021

Gary McGaghey is the CEO at Globally Experienced CFO, a consulting firm specializing in converting traditional financial reporting practices to more modern ones. Globally Experienced CFO is one of Australia’s leading providers of accounting services to SME businesses across Sydney-Sydney CBD, Parramatta, and Sutherland Shire areas. At GECF, we also specialize in bookkeeping & accounts payable outsourcing (APO).

From his early days as an auditor, Gary has always had a passion for numbers and looking for ways to make things better. His philosophy of “transforming value” underpins all of his work with clients today.

The prominent Gary started his schooling at the University of Natal for his degree in Business management.  Learn more

He has worked in various industries worldwide and was also a former employee of KPMG, who is now one of his clients, which he deals with as an independent consultant for them to help make their financial reporting more modern and efficient. He specializes in different fields such as accountancy auditing services, accounting software consulting, management advisory.

Garry has a history of working with Unilever PLC from 2015 and 2017, reporting to the Senior Manager. He has excellent experience in implementing the most recent accounting and reporting standards to enhance transparency, provide accurate information on the financial position as well as the performance of the company for shareholders and other stakeholders.

McGaghey also has worked in South Africa, Robertsons Holdings Ltd., from 2013 to 2016 as a Senior Manager, providing financial advice to increase the company’s value proposition and maximize shareholder return.

In addition, he used to work in Canada at Coopers & Lybrand LLP (now PwC), where his responsibilities included working on international clients such as The Coca-Cola Company, Frito Lay Inc., PepsiCo Inc., and Nestlé S A among others. He was responsible for helping them implement new standards that would increase transparency between stakeholders like investors or shareholders and companies themselves while also ensuring they report accurately.

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