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Alec Moore

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FinEx Group

HQ Phone:  (519) 580-3690

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Email: h***@***.ca

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Background Information

Employment History

Board Chair

Chicopee Alpine Racing Volunteers


Affiliations

Kitchener-Waterloo United Way

Board Member


United Way KW

Board Member


Education

Masters degree

economics


Web References(9 Total References)


FinEx Group - About FinEx Partners and Associates

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Massood Oroomchi and Alec Moore are the founding partners of FinEx and together they bring 65 years of experience from a cross section of industries.
ALEC MOORE (MA) Alec Moore Alec has 30 years experience in guiding small, medium and large organizations in developing and enhancing their internal controls in the areas of Risk Management, Strategic and Business Planning, Budgeting and Forecasting, and Performance Management (such as identifying and monitoring Key Performance Metrics). He has also assisted numerous private companies in preparing for Initial Public Offerings ("IPO") in each of the above areas. Alec has considerable expertise in leading a large number of mergers and acquisitions including leading due diligence programs as well as developing and executing post-acquisition integration programs. Alec has led international Human Resource teams, on both interim and full time bases, including developing and delivering value - add Human Resource programs to evaluate management performance, reward and compensate employees, enhance training and development as well as improving the design and effectiveness of critical Human Resources Policies. He chairs and speaks at numerous conferences and provides management and executive client training. Alec has a Masters degree in economics and serves as a member of a number of not-for-profit Boards including the local United Way, acting as Chair of the Governance Committee and member of the Human Resources Committee. For more information call our Executive Partners Massood Oroomchi 519.574.8691 or Alec Moore 519.580.3690


United Way KW | Boards and Committees

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Alec Moore
FinEx Group Alec Moore (Chair) FinEx Group Alec Moore FinEx Group


FinEx Group - Sarbanes-Oxley/Bill 198 – Is there room for a contra-view?

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By Massood Oroomchi and Alec Moore
While Canadian companies are struggling with the cost side of the 52-111 exercise, Alec Moore of the FinEx Group urges them to also consider how to leverage the potential benefits of the certification process. This is particularly relevant to new companies considering IPOs and the cost/benefits of going public. He also encourages companies to link the timing of their compliance effort with ongoing or upcoming initiatives to minimize costly rework. He says, for example, "If a company has decided to purchase a new financial system, significant effort would be required to understand and map existing processes and system requirements. The design and implementation of this work should be done in conjunction with Sarbanes-Oxley compliance work. This will maximize the cost effectiveness of the combined initiatives and eliminate potential re-work." Although most of the information now available surrounding SOX 404 compliance relates to costs of the documentation process (FEI US 2005, FEI Canada 2005), it is clear that we are beginning to see tangible evidence to suggest that SOX 404, and hence, 52-111, may not only be an evil pill derailing business strategy, but in fact may have real benefits, if managed in the proper way. Massood Oroomchi and Alec Moore are the founding partners of FinEx Group providing leadership, execution and training for both public and private firms in Sarbanes-Oxley/Bill 198 compliance. For further information, please fill out our contact form or contact Massood Oroomchi at (519) 574-8691 or Alec Moore at (519) 580-3690. Click here to return to the articles and links page. Home Page | Services | Partnerships | Articles | Events | About Us | Contact For more information call our Exective Partners Massood Oroomchi 519.574.8691 or Alec Moore 519.580.3690


News & Events

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Presenter: Alec MoorePartner, FinEx GroupAlec together with Massood Oroomchi founded the FinEx Group in 2004 to provide public companies with strategic and implementation expertise regarding compliance with Sarbanes-Oxley/Bill 198.Alec will speak about the implications of Sarbanes-Oxely/Bill 198 for leaders of all functions with a focus on small organizations. www.finexgroup.ca


Financial Executives International: CFOs, Treasurers, Controllers

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While Canadian companies are struggling with the cost side of the 52-111 exercise, Alec Moore of the FinEx Group urges them to also consider how to leverage the potential benefits of the certification process.This is particularly relevant to new companies considering IPOs and the cost/benefits of going public.He also encourages companies to link the timing of their compliance effort with ongoing or upcoming initiatives to minimize costly rework.He says, for example, "If a company has decided to purchase a new financial system, significant effort would be required to understand and map existing processes and system requirements.The design and implementation of this work should be done in conjunction with Sarbanes-Oxley compliance work.This will maximize the cost effectiveness of the combined initiatives and eliminate potential re-work."Although most of the information now available surrounding SOX 404 compliance relates to costs of the documentation process (FEI US 2005, FEI Canada 2005), it is clear that we are beginning to see tangible evidence to suggest that SOX 404, and hence, 52-111, may not only be an evil pill derailing business strategy, but in fact may have real benefits, if managed in the proper way. For more information on capturing the benefits of internal control certification, contact Massood Oroomchi (519) 574-8691 or Alec Moore at (519) 580-3690.


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