1. MINA CORTEZ SUAN,CMA
Block 8 Lot 16 Bayabas Street Olivarez Homes Phase 7, Sto.Tomas, Binan City 4024, Laguna, Philippines
email@example.com Phone Number (63) 9175504641
Extensively experienced and goal-oriented Finance Manager with a demonstrated track record of
leading the preparation and analysis of financial reports to summarize and forecast financial position.
Proven expertise in driving efficiency and productivity through evaluation of financial management
systems and implementation of process improvements. Talented leader directing highly skilled staff to
support achievement of overall corporate goals and objectives. Core competencies include:
Since 1985 SunPower has been leading global solar innovation. SunPower® solar panels consistently
deliver more energy and long-term peace of mind with the highest performing solar power systems
available. SunPower is the solar energy choice of more homeowners and businesses around the
Largest U.S. residential and commercial
installed base, with over 100,000
residential systems installed
Global headquarters based in Silicon
Valley since 1985
Total solar energy generated >18,000,000
Diversified global portfolio leading
residential, commercial and utility
solar energy markets.
World's highest efficiency solar cells
featuring SunPower Maxeon cell
More than 200 patents for solar
Revenue: $2.51B; 2013 Sales Growth: 4.1%; Net Income: $95.59M; Employees: 6,320
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Cost Accounting Manager – May, 2014 to Present
Reports to the Global Cost Accounting and Inventory Controller and is responsible for Upstream and
Downstream Cost Accounting and Inventory, Business Process Improvement, Cost Reduction
Initiative and People Development, SOX Control and Compliance.
Accounting and Controllership
Achieve quarterly close pencils down hard close in 5 working business days
Achieve SOX compliance with zero material weakness or significant deficiency at
Update relevant policies and procedures
Automation of major business processes (Mfg Variance/PPV Capitalization,
Inventory Reserves, Upstream Financials)
Value Stream Mapping
Manage A3 Projects Upstream and Downstream Finance based on 2016 priority list
Orientation of new team members to Operations (Upstream and Downstream)
Complete mandatory on-line training
Skills enhancement (communication and presentation)
GBFS Dashboard – 100% completion of dashboard encompassing full scope of services,
sign-off for new/additional metrics and algorithm
Promote and Sustain EHS Culture – Zero recordable incidents
Finance Manager, Senior – July, 2010 to April, 2014
Reports to the Finance Director for Module Operations and is responsible for Global Modco P&L
Consolidation for Actual, Annual Operating Plan (AOP), Beginning of Quarter (BOQ) and Weekly
End of Quarter (EOQ), Cost Modeling, Business Process Improvement, Cost Reduction Initiative and
Support Europe, ME and America (EMEA) and Sunpower Phils (SPMM) strategy
Lead Lean Finance (LEAF) Project – completion of Business Requirements Documentation
(BRD) and validation rule
Manufacturing Variance and Review with Business Owners bi-monthly
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Meet or Beat Quarterly Operations Metrics/Targets
Lead Modco Profit and Loss Automation (In-House System)
Lead one Organizational Transformation Project (OTP) - Materials and Productivity
Lead Kaizen Project – Business Process Improvement of Global Modco Consolidation
Cypress delivers high-performance, mixed-signal, programmable solutions that provide customers
with rapid time-to-market and exceptional system value. Cypress offerings include the flagship
PSoC® 1, PSoC 3, PSoC 4 and PSoC 5LP programmable system-on-chip families. Cypress is the
world leader in capacitive user interface solutions including CapSense® touch sensing, TrueTouch®
touchscreens, and trackpad solutions for notebook PCs and peripherals. Cypress is a world leader in
USB controllers, which enhance connectivity and performance in a wide range of consumer and
industrial products. Cypress is also the world leader in SRAM and nonvolatile RAM memories.
Cypress serves numerous major markets, including consumer, mobile handsets, computation, data
communications, automotive, industrial and military. Cypress trades on the NASDAQ Global Select
Market under the ticker symbol CY.
Revenue: $723M; Employees: 3,308
Finance Manager, Senior – May, 2006 to June, 2010
Reports to the Finance Director in the US, is responsible for cost management and financial reporting
of worldwide Information Technology (IT) Product/Test Engineering, Global Logistics, Global
Purchasing, Global Quality and Other Mfg Support Group located in the US and in the Philippines.
Accomplishments and Recognitions :
Achieved Department Directors Financial Metrics and Cost Savings Initiatives/Programs.
Continued support Operations department for its Sample P&L re: Global Sample Order
SOX and Audit Compliance
Fully implemented New Product Development (NPD) Bill. A tool that that allows NPD
service providers and their customers to view how much each NPD organization plans to bill
and has billed each customer at a BU (Business Unit) level.
Achieved Procurement cost savings initiatives milestones.
Changed production freight allocation methodology of Logistics
Maintained the same performance on IT functions transferred to the group/providing the same
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Centralized specific function to one person both local and global functions
Cited by the Product Line Controllers as one of the most efficient and responsive group of
Ranked number 1 in Q408 Cypress (Phil Branch) focal ranking and number 8 in the recent
global focal ranking among JG P12 (managerial level)
Finance Manager, Senior – June, 2003 to April, 2006
Reports to the Finance Director, is responsible for cost accounting, preparation of financial reports,
forecasting and analysis.
Initiates reporting of Profit and Loss Statements (P&L) per Business Unit (BU) in order to
understand what contributes to the Gross Margin/(Loss) of the company.
Assigned Mini-CFO for each BU to cater their needs in accomplishing their goals and tasks.
Introduced and implemented P&L at Market price to compare company performance as
Initiates automation of P&L for simplification and have more time for analysis. This
includes also P&L per BU.
Conduct financial training for non-accountants to better understand the operation of the
Accounting Department and serve each customer better.
Set company metrics in measuring company performance through Performance Bonus
Initiate reporting of Labor Productivity Metrics to measure the performance of each BU based
on their output.
Consistently included among the top 5 employees in the annual ranking of P12 (Managerial)
level employees based on performance.
Together with Finance Director and Top Management, went to Cypress San Jose, CA office to
present to the President and Executive Committee quarterly operations performance of the
The electronics industry is being driven by four mega trends that are helping shape our society:
Energy Efficiency, Connected Devices, Security and Health. Connecting to these trends and enabling
Secure Connections for a Smarter World, NXP Semiconductors N.V. (NASDAQ: NXPI) creates
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solutions for the Connected Car, Cyber Security, Portable & Wearable and the Internet of Things.
Through our innovations, customers across a wide variety of industries – including automotive,
security, connected devices, lighting, industrial and infrastructure – are able to differentiate their
products through features, cost of ownership and/or time-to-market.
Net Revenue: $4.82B
Section Manager – Budget and CostManagement – November, 2000 to May, 2003
Reports to the Finance Controller, is responsible for Budget, Reporting and Cost Management
Revised the Profit and Loss Statement reporting of the company and its corresponding
analysis both Assembly and Test Organization (ATO) and Business Lines (BL) thus, helping
the management better understand its operation.
Introduced and implemented costing on a per package/per mini-company level thus, enabling
management know what products to be manufactured and discontinued.
In coordination with IE department, able to come up/publish cost accounting book of the
company based on budget, helpful in the cost calculation of the company’s operation.
Based on Short-Term Plan (STTP) volume as provided by Planning department, able to come
up with monthly forecasted P&L helpful to the management to know where the business is
Shorten preparation of financial statements of the company from day five (5) to day two (2).
Sent by the company to Bangkok, Thailand as representative to introduce/implement new
Assigned by Regional Controller to champion standardization of its Business Balanced
Scorecard across all sites (Thailand, Philippines and Taiwan, and all local test sites)
Improved inventory system of the company by modifying/maximizing existing system, which
is BAAN for Warehouse and Intrack for WIP.
First Sumiden Circuits, Inc. (FSCI) is the only Full capability Flexible printed circuits manufacturing
company in the Philippines. FSCI started as a joint venture among Sumitomo Electric Industries, Inc.
(SEI, with 51%), First Philippine Holdings Corporation (FPHC, with 40%), and Sumitomo
Corporation (SC, with 9%). Located at the Light Industry and Science Park (LISP) in Cabuyao,
Laguna, FSCI started operation in September 1996. Effective December 16, 2011 , FSCI became 100
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% owned by SEI, a Japanese Company. Imbued with a culture of excellence and discipline developed
from the influences of the Lopez and Sumitomo groups, FSCI is an IMS (Integrated Management
System) certified company and a recipient of various awards such as the 2009 Glorious Excellent
Company in the Sumitomo Electric Group, Philippine Quality Award (Proficiency In Quality
Management in 2004, Mastery in Quality Management in 2006).
ChiefAccountant – May 1998 to November, 2000
Reports to the AVP for Finance and Administration, is responsible for the over-all functions of
Shortened submission of Financial Statements (FS) from fourteen (14) working days to five
(5) calendar days.
Assumed the responsibility of payroll processing previously handled by HRD without
additional manpower and improve existing system thus lessen payroll complaints.
Implemented new reporting system and procedures as to variance analysis and standard
costing to be able to have a first cut of P&L 1st day after month-end with limited resources
Together with MIS group, developed a new inventory system to have accurate inventory
reports helpful in the preparation of FS and for material planning.
Maintained clear opinion both external and internal auditors.
SPEEDING TIME TO MARKET: TURNKEY IC DESIGN, ASSEMBLY, TEST AND LOGISTICS
Amkor is one of the world’s largest providers of contract semiconductor assembly and test services.
Founded in 1968, Amkor pioneered the outsourcing of IC assembly and test and is now a strategic
manufacturing partner for more than 300 of the world’s leading semiconductor companies and
electronics OEMs. Amkor’s operational base encompasses more than 6 million square feet of floor
space with production facilities, product development centers and sales & support offices located in
key electronics manufacturing regions in Asia, Europe and the United States.
Net Sales: $2.96B ; Employees: 20,900
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Junior Officer (Exempt) – September, 1996 to April, 1998
Reports to the Finance Director, is responsible for Payroll, Invoicing/Billing and Inventory Control
Set-up payroll, Invoicing/Billing and Inventory systems during its initial operation.
Participates in various company activities such as billing task force, payroll committee to
improve existing business operations and to satisfy external and internal customers.
Commended for having a consistent 99% accuracy on inventory counts performed four times
within the year of 1997.
Commended by US counterparts for submitting various reports required first day after month-
end earlier than other Philippines sites.
Finance Supervisor – 1991 to August, 1995
Reports to the Accounting Manager, is responsible for budgeting, projections and preparation of
financial package sent to Amkor – US
Championed budgeting system and flash reporting of company.
Set-up new GL system (FAMAS)
Set-up new inventory system (PM2)
Included among the first batch of KEY PERSONNEL awarded by the company.
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Integrated Microelectronics, Inc. (IMI), proud member of the Ayala group of companies, is one of
the leading global providers of electronics manufacturing services (EMS) and power semiconductor
assembly and test services (SATS). It ranks 21st in the latest list of top 50 EMS providers in the
world of Manufacturing Market Insider. The list is based on 2013 revenues related to electronics
manufacturing services of companies that participated in the survey.
We have the capabilities to take on your specific outsourcing needs, providing you with flexible
solutions that encompass design, production, test development, and order fulfillment.
Revenue: $745M; Employees: 4,667
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Cost Analyst – October, 1984 to 1990
Reports to the Cost Supervisor, is responsible for product costing of special products
Set-up product costing of special products.
Instrumental in management decisions whether to continue business of a particular product by
providing them analysis report of product costing.
Thorough analysis on material variance led to the discovery of connivance between
Warehouse and Production personnel.
Training and Seminars Attended:
1. Image and Skills Enhancement Workshop – John Robert Powers
2. Effective Management & Leadership Course for Supervisors – EC Business Solutions and
3. Effective Personal Leadership – Salt and Light Venture
4. Business Process and Project Management – One Experience
5. English Proficiency Schematic Method – RLBM Training Center
6. Shingijutsu External Kaizen Workshop – Yoshio Oba San – Sensei
7. Global SPS Competition 2013 – Sunpower
8. Attendee – MMR Regional Conference – JPIA
9. Attendee – MMR and Southern Mindanao Joint Conference – JPIA
10. Precision Questioning and Answering (PQ&A) Training – Jack Malcolm
11. Leadership Training – John Maxwell
12. Seven Habits of Highly Effective People
13. Various Philippine government sponsored seminars
14. Various SEIPI (Semiconductor Association of the Phils.) sponsored seminars
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration – Major in Accounting (1984)
UNIVERSITY OF THE EAST – CLARO M. RECTO,MANILA