Alan Mayo - Accounting and Finance Professional and Co-founder - Maltway

Alan Mayo


Accounting and Finance Professional and Co-founder
Maltway

Alan Mayo is an accounting and finance professional with twenty-five years of experience. For the past seventeen years Alan has specialised in consulting and the delivery of in-house and public financial training delivering programmes in IFRS, local GAAP, interpretation of financial reports and financial management. During this time he has worked across many sectors and in many countries. Within the oil, gas and petrochemicals sector Alan has worked on IFRS and financial reporting and performance issues with finance teams from Shell, Eni, Kogas, Petronas and Mubadala Development Co.

Previously as a senior consultant with PwC he led a team of financial training consultants responsible for developing and delivering programmes in financial reporting, business valuation and shareholder value. Alan started his career at PwC, where he worked for eight years in London in their audit and business advisory division where he obtained his chartered accountancy qualification. After qualifying he was seconded for two years to their Paris office. On his return to London from Paris he co-founded the client training business for PwC in London.

Alan now runs a successful financial training company based in the UK and splits his time between managing that business and instructing on IFRS. Alan is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, a member of their finance and management faculty and has an Honours Degree in Economics from Bristol University.

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