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On Building Trust and Effecting Change

The best part of my experience with my client was how I was able to drive influence over time. This came as a result of trust that had been built through past projects and high-quality results. Eventually, I was treated as a significant member / contributor to the team rather than a support resource to help get work done.

One project that built a trusting relationship centered on providing accurate and actionable financial results for employee stock-based compensation. As part of its IPO readiness process, the organization awarded stock options and restricted stock units to all employees. This made accurate accounting for the costs difficult, given the different award dates, amounts, prices and vesting. Further complicating this was new terms for new employees.

I built an overall stock compensation model that showed proper amortization by month given all the required variables. It showed accrual amount by person, department and business unit, and it accurately accounted for forfeitures and cancellations. This endeavor would not have been possible if we hadn’t built a trusting relationship over time.

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About Amish

Amish comes to 8020 with strong financial leadership experience in a variety of roles with Pepsico (Frito-Lay), Nestle and Princess Cruises. This included everything from logistics and distribution finance to brand finance to commercial/retail finance. Specific areas of financial expertise centered around full P&L management, financial strategy, FP&A, financial modeling, planning / budgeting / forecasting, integration, pricing and negotiation. Moreover, along with his financial background, Amish also has extensive operational experience in Sales, Supply Chain and Business Development. This has allowed him to be a tremendous finance business partner to his operational peers. Amish holds a bachelor’s in Business Administration and an MBA in Finance and Management from The University of Texas, McCombs School of Business.

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