The Financial Controller is responsible for maintaining oversight on accounting and tax to ensure that financial books and records are accurately stated in compliance with U.S. GAAP and Thai GAAP, all statutory requirements including tax matters are met in compliance with U.S. and local tax requirements, internal controls are maintained effectively in accordance with Ingredion policies, and all internal and external stakeholders are timely informed of the company’s operational and financial matters, including liaising with external auditors and local tax authorities.
Financial Reporting – Ensure that financial statements are prepared and reported in accordance with U.S. GAAP and corporate policies as well as Thai GAAP and statutory requirements.
Monthly Closing – Lead the closing process to ensure that financial data is prepared timely and accurately and is submitted to Corporate for consolidation within due dates.
Tax – Ensure that all tax return filings are completed accurately and timely in accordance with Thai tax laws and be prepared and lead actions to address potential inquiries, challenges, and scrutiny from Thai tax authorities.
Account Reconciliations – Lead monthly account reconciliations to ensure that any misstatements in the financial statements are identified and remediated, and reconciling items are identified and followed up in a timely manner.
External & Internal Audits – Coordinate external and internal audits.
Post-acquisition Integration – Lead integration activities, including setting up processes and controls in accordance with Ingredion standards and closing financial books accurately and timely in accordance with US & Thai GAAPs.
Internal Control – Ensure that proper internal controls are in place and monitor that control activities are operated effectively in accordance with the company’s internal control manuals and Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) requirements.
Process Improvement – Lead actions to continuously improve processes by standardizing and streamlining.
Team Development – Plan and execute development plan for the team to build a highly effective team and to maintain strong talent pipeline.
Partnership with Corporate and Regional Offices – Liaise with corporate and regional offices to ensure that relevant parties are informed of operational and financial events and to make cooperative efforts.
Business Partnership – Provide guidance on accounting and tax matters to internal business partners as requested for capital spending, expenses, arrangements with customers and vendors, etc.
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