Kirk Robbins

Providing CFO services and Business Transition Services in Georgia

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Kirk Robbins

Milton, GA CFO

29 Years of Experience

Direct Contact

kirkrobbins@b2bcfo.com

404-402-0072

Universities:

University of Phoenix

Certificates & Licenses:

BBA-Finance, MBA-Global Management, CUSECO

Organizations:

Contact Kirk Robbins and receive a free Discovery Analysis™

  • A confidential meeting with the business owner(s), then interview company staff.
  • Look at the company’s financial information and computer systems.
  • Benchmark financial information against industry averages.
  • Create a confidential report of our findings in The Strategy Gameplan™







Kirk’s Bio

Kirk has 30+ years of experience in organizational finance roles and been a member of executive leadership teams responsible for strategic planning. Kirk has filled multiple financial roles as a corporate and division CFO, VP of Finance, and controller for companies with revenues between $10 million to $2 billion. An entrepreneur and owner of an accounting services firm, with direct responsibility for strategic planning, marketing, and planning the exit strategy. In addition to financial roles, Kirk has also served as a committee chair for regulatory compliance, ethics program director, and led multiple business process redesign efforts.

Kirk has a wide range of financial experience in several industries, including information technology, government procurement, real estate development and brokerage, medical billing, and manufacturing. Many of these companies had multiple divisions and locations, both domestic and global. To support multi-location operations, he developed distributed accounting and finance processes, business intelligence functions, and dashboard reporting tools to ensure executives and key managers had constant access to real-team financial results. He also managed finance and accounting teams with a staff of more than 50 people.

Kirk has significant merger and acquisition experience as the financial manager of multiple buy and sell-side transactions. Kirk has managed divestiture planning and several post-acquisition integration, which involve integrating business systems, business processes, and operations. The business integration process also included personnel training and acclimation to new corporate cultures.

Kirk has an extensive technology background as a result of spending 15 years with information technology companies. He had direct responsibility and involvement in the acquisition and implementation of multiple accounting, finance, and business intelligence systems. The primary objectives for systems implemented was to ensure business operations and operating policies were built into system process flows; thus providing cost efficiencies and timely reporting. Financial planning systems implemented focused on facilitating budgeting and analysis functions, and external reporting to public markets, lenders, stakeholders, and partners.

Kirk has a BBA in Finance and an MBA in Global Management from the University of Phoenix and is a Certified U.S. Export Compliance Officer. He is a member of the Delta Mu Delta International Honor Society in Business Administration, Financial Executives Networking Group, Defense Industry Initiative on Business Ethics, and received a Navy Achievement Medal while serving in the U.S. Marines.

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From NewsdayPlan ahead: Create an exit strategy Plan ahead: Create an exit strategy Jamie Herzlich jherzlich@aol.com Exiting your business may be the farthest thought from your mind, and you’re not alone in that. In fact, about 70 percent of small-business owners have no exit strategy, according to a Securian Financial Group survey. One of the top reasons? “Business owners are so focused on the day-to-day tasks of running their business that they haven’t devoted the time necessary to implement a