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Ron Giaquinto

Partner – Finance & Operations



  • Finance & Accounting


  • CFO


  • New York

Ron Giaquinto

Partner – Finance & Operations

Ron Giaquinto, a Finance and Operations Partner, specializes in supporting service industry companies and professional services firms. Ron helps translate company strategy into targeted financial and operational plans with a constant focus on maximizing enterprise value. His experience spans the core finance areas, business operations, HR, M&A diligence and integration, strategic analysis, streamlining processes, and implementing controls. He has been involved with turning around functions and has significant experience with troubled areas/problem situations. Industry experience includes:

  • consulting firms
  • architect and engineering firms
  • marketing, PR and ad firms
  • law firms
  • SaaS technology and other B2B

He is currently the Consulting CFO for MFS Engineers, a survey, geotech and construction firm, and The Fulcrum Group which provides engineering, design and project management services. Ron supported GetSwift, a public SaaS company, in their delisting from the ASX (Australian Stock Exchange) and listing on the NEO in Canada. He assisted Tinybeans, another Australian public SaaS company, in their initiative to list on the Nasdaq. Ron also supported Kamelot, a video production, company focused on celebrity and sports content, in their early stages as a start-up.

Prior to TechCXO, Ron was CFO for Matrix New World Engineering, served as CAO with DF King Worldwide, an investor public relations and communications firm, and was the Worldwide Controller / Risk Officer at Towers Perrin, an HR consulting firm. He held additional finance and risk management roles with Y&R Advertising, Christie’s and Continental Insurance. Ron began his career as a CPA with ADP internal audit and as an auditor with PricewaterhouseCoopers. He holds a BBA in Accounting from Pace University in NYC.

Ron authored the eBook: Professional Services Firms – 17 Best Practices for Capturing Lost Revenue.  Click to Download (PDF)

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