Highly proficient in budgeting and project management, Steve E. Evans completes the project within the approved budget. He believes that it is a very important aspect to ensure that there is sufficient supply of funds coming in, from the correct sources and at the correct time, in order to meet all the project requirements.
While working as Chief Operating Officer at Ai Media Group, Steve E. Evans works with the leadership team to access the investment needs into headcount, services or technology. He works to oversight general legal documents such as client agreements, scopes of work, NDA’s, employment contracts etc.
Overall, Steve is responsible for all the media management, accounting, financial reporting, and planning along with presentation to leadership and Board inclusive of balance sheet, P & L, and cash flow planning and analysis. He implements the organization wide goal setting and measurement, performance management, and annual operation and financial plans.
In 2000, Steve was employed as Vice President in Investment Bank at Lehman Brothers where he managed the technology expense P&L globally which exceeded $1B for all business units in the firm. These divisions were made up of Investment Banking, Private Client Services, Fixed Income, etc. reporting to the global Expense Director who reported to the CFO.
Adding more to his professional experience, Steve E. Evans served as the Senior Partner at [email protected]
in 2005 where reported to Global CFO. He managed North American finance and operations in multiple offices. Here, he was responsible for the financial stewardship of all clients and markets within North America.
About Steve E. Evans
Pertaining to his professional career, Steve E. Evans formerly reported to the US President as CFO of The Engine Group. Here, he was responsible for the finance and accounting, human resources, IT, real estate, and operations. He worked to maintain the executive responsibility for controls and governance, financial operations, including working capital, capital expenditures, debt levels, taxes, budget and general accounting.