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Saratoga Springs, New York, United States
November 26, 2017

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Angus M. Wyckoff, CPA

** ********* ***** ******** *******, NY 12866 H: 518-***-**** C: 516-***-****


D&D Power LLC, Latham, New York 2014 – 2017

($60 million construction company, specializing in installing, repairing and performing maintenance services on electrical power lines)

Chief Financial Officer

Financial Leadership: Responsible for the finance function, which included preparing cash flow projections and presentations for various stakeholders. Restructured balance sheet, resulting in lower bank debt and increased equity.

Budgeting/ Forecasting: Prepared and presented annual operating and capital budgets as well as monthly forecasts of the income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statements.

Hawkeye LLC, Hauppauge, New York 2011 – 2013

($200 million subsidiary of Willbros Group, a $1.5 billion engineering and construction company)

Vice President of Finance

Restructuring: Ensured that each accounting department had the proper structure with the appropriate competency levels.

Compliance: Ensured that the company was in compliance with a Department of Justice deferred prosecution agreement.

C2 Imaging LLC/ C2Media LLC, New York, New York 2007 – 2011

($60 million provider of media graphics production services)

(Finalized sale of the Company in October, 2010; led post-acquisition integration as consultant to buyer in 2011)

Chief Financial Officer, 2007-2010

System Integration: Led a project to implement Microsoft Dynamics AX across the company, thereby combining the operational and financial systems for the US operations and the Canadian operation.

Financial Leadership: Partnered with CEO and Board of Directors to guide the company through a Chapter 11 bankruptcy and asset sale, thereby preserving 95% of the company’s employees.

Strategic Planning: Participated in road show presentations with the CEO and Chairman of the Board in order to raise additional working capital through outside investors and/or possible sale of an equity interest.

McCann Erickson, Inc., New York, New York 2005 – 2007

(Subsidiary of Interpublic Group of Companies, Inc., a $6 billion advertising, specialized marketing and communication services company)

Vice President, Director of Accounting Controls (SOX compliance)

SOP 97-2 & SOP 98-9: Involved in many significant revenue recognition issues on a daily basis and as a result of a major Corporate-wide restatement involving revenue recognition issues.

SOX-related Narratives, Remediation & Flowcharting: Rewrote narratives, planned/coordinated remediation plans and revised flows/narratives for 2005 & 2006. This contributed to a reduction in the corporation’s material weaknesses from 18 to 7 in 2006 and from 7 to 0 in 2007.

Bowne & Co., Inc., New York, New York 1998 – 2005

(A $1 billion global market leader in information and print technology; acquired by R. R. Donnelley & Sons)

Exec. Consultant re: Sarbanes-Oxley Act Implementation – (Internal Control Compliance), 2004 – 2005

Responsible for reviewing and assessing results of annual testing and developing audit programs for first year implementation.

Vice President, Finance / CFO Increasing responsibility for all finance and accounting activities. 1998 – 2004

Enterprise Solutions (digital print)–Start-up Revenue $ 70 million; staff of 25; 2003 - 2004

Financial Print – Business Unit Revenue $650 million; staff of 70; 2002 - 2003

Financial Print - Eastern Region Revenue $300 million; staff of 45; 2000 - 2002

Financial Print - New York Office Revenue $200 million; staff of 25; 1998 – 2000

Key projects included:

Standard Cost Development: Initiated a project to develop standard costs for the company’s significant products. This allowed the Executive VP of Sales to bid properly on potential new work.

Departmental Consolidation: Restructured the finance department in nine business days, resulting in annual savings of approximately $250,000.

Business Restructuring: Selected seven of the most highly respected, vocal, tough-minded financial professionals in the company and led this team through a major restructuring effort. Senior management was able to receive financial statements covering three separate segments when only one segment reporting was available previously.

Monthly Reporting Establishment: Designed and implemented a monthly reporting package that included reports from other departments (sales and operations). Presented and discussed report with senior management at both Corporate and the business unit level.


Del Laboratories, Inc., Farmingdale, New York, Corporate Controller, 1997 - 1998. Held responsibility for SEC reporting, taxes, monthly reporting, monthly closings, accounts receivable, credit and collections, general accounting, financial analysis, payroll, accounts payable as well as the treasury function.

Stone & Webster, Inc., New York, New York, Assistant Corporate Controller, 1986 - 1997. Resolved accounting issues involving domestic and foreign subsidiaries, documented company’s accounting positions and summarizing new FASB pronouncements as they related to the company, worked closely with external auditors during quarterly and annual audits, handled preparation of materials and writing minutes for Audit Committee meetings and implemented accounting system for manufacturing plant.

Nucorp Energy, Inc., Claremore, Oklahoma (A $400 million manufacturer of oil field equipment used in the drilling and production of oil and gas), Controller, 1983 - 1986. Held responsibility for monthly reporting, monthly closings, accounts receivable, credit and collections, general accounting, financial analysis, payroll, and accounts payable.

Senior Auditor, Dallas, Texas, 1980 - 1983. Held responsibility for reviewing acquisitions subsequent to signing letter of intent, performing balance sheet analysis to determine equity, evaluating management capabilities and future personnel requirements, and establishing a format for monthly reporting within an environment where every acquisition had its own financial system.

PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, New York, New York, Senior Auditor, 1977 - 1980. Held responsibility for both the administrative and technical aspects of annual examinations of public corporations ranging in size from $20 million to $1 billion. Primary client was Meadewestvaco Corporation.


University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio

B.B.A., Quantitative Analysis


Certified Public Accountant, 1979

Member – AICPA & NY State Society of CPA’s

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