Filling in at Kraft Foods Group, Kenneth Kremsky formerly worked to prepare the annual operating budget, thus ensuring Sarbanes Oxley Compliance, and handling internal and external audits. He also served as the financial lead where he provided financial analysis for the Kraft Austerity team. He was aimed at reducing raw and packaging material losses by 5%, and reducing fixed expenses by 15% which was achieved.
Profession of Kenneth Kremsky as the financial lead
Being into the financial lead, Kenneth Kremsky he provided financial analysis for the Kraft Austerity team. He was aimed at reducing raw and packaging material losses by 5%, and reducing fixed expenses by 15% which was achieved. Dealing with the entire accounting faculty and keeping up all accounting and money related announcing frameworks, he grew direct work guidelines which brought about manning decreases and cost investment funds of $400k every year.
Kenneth has the track record of leveraging excellent strategies
Kenneth Kremsky holds a record of excellence in leveraging the excellent strategies and finance best practices and analytical ability. He is well versed with improving the profitability and driving long-term company growth by delivering the financial analysis. He has been progressively engaged in various roles from 18 years throughout many mergers and acquisition at Mondelez, Kraft, and Nabisco.
Kenneth Kremsky as former Assistant Financial Controller
Kenneth Kremsky served as the former Assistant Financial Controller at Nabisco Biscuit Company. He was responsible for providing the financial statements and monthly results. He prepared the bills of materials for all the products including allocating fixed and indirect costs. He developed detailed labor standards which resulted in crewing reductions and significant cost savings.
About Kenneth Kremsky
Kenneth Kremsky is highly skilled in Financial Planning and Analysis, SAP usage, Strategy, Forecasting, Cross Functional Team Leadership, Financial Reporting, Project Management, Process Improvements, Productivity, Strategic Business Planning, Operations, Business Metrics and Bench-checking, Internal Controls and Manufacturing Finance.