Paul Scott Bio
Paul Scott has over 20 years’ experience as a “Special Forces” Financial professional that works in the trenches alongside business professionals, advisory teams or family members to find the hidden messages in the numbers that may not be evident, but are critically important to know.
February 1989 – present. Co-Founder, Managing Director, Scott Company Consulting, Inc.
Litigation engagements include fraud investigations, commercial disputes & economic loss calculations and business valuations. Paul has also been retained as an expert witness in various litigation matters.
Industry engagements include special management projects, internal controls, mergers & acquisitions, fraud detection & prevention, interim CFO & CEO, major company transitions. Paul has served a variety of industries.
March 1986 – February 1989. TransTechnology Corporation, Sherman Oaks, CA. Corporate Accounting Manager for this $400 million aerospace and technology company. Responsible for all internal and external reporting, consolidated financial statements, budgets, external audits liaisons, etc. Reported directly to the CFO.
November 1985 – April 1986. The Disney Channel, Burbank, CA. Senior Financial Analyst during the startup phase of the company. Responsible for the production side of operations (contracts, analysis, budgets, cash flow, etc).
April 1982 – November 1985. The Garrett Corporation, Los Angeles, CA. Corporate Accounting Supervisor of this $2 Billion Aerospace Company. Responsible for the consolidation of financial data worldwide and the accounting for Corporate Headquarters.
June 1978 – December 1981. Senior Auditor for KPMG, Portland, OR, an international CPA firm. Participated in a wide variety of audits for public and private companies, financial institutions and government entities.
Paul is a Certified Public Accountant with an active license. He is a member of the California Society of CPA’s and has served in that organization’s leaders for many years.
Paul’s personal activities include Patient Care Volunteering for Hospice of the North Coast, exercise, nature walks and spiritual studies. For many years, he was also a volunteer at Meals on Wheels Greater San Diego delivering meals to seniors. His wife, Luanne, and he have a 25 year old son who is on the spectrum of autism. Their ideal down time is to hang out at a remote mountain lake with no agenda.