The typical advancement path for qualified and experienced accountants and auditors is from chief accountant or chief auditor (who manage the work of others), to controller (who prepares financial reports and manages accounting and audit departments), to chief financial officer (high-level financial professionals who are responsible for the accuracy of their employer’s financial reporting and focus on issues such as compliance and financial strategy). Some accountants and auditors become portfolio managers, mutual fund top executives, or CEOs or chief operating officers at corporations.
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