About Kewho Min
Kewho Min is a diligent, knowledgable and highly motivated professional who is determined to challenge the status quo of the accounting industry. Kewho has shown his adept skill in accounting through his successful management of billion dollar inter-company balances and integration of new acquisitions of up to $3 billion in domestic and international net assets. Kewho has also proven his financial expertise by restructuring multi-billion dollar balances without affecting potential tax exposure or impact.
Throughout Kewho Min’s storied career, he has prepared and reviewed several U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) documents and consolidated overall financial statements for numerous multinational corporations and investment funds. Prior to his current position, Kewho Min served as Corporate Controller and Vice President of Jefferies Group, LLC in Los Angeles, California. Before that, he was the vice president of Global Consolidations and General Ledger at NASDAQ (National Association of Securities Dealers Automated Quotations), the second-largest exchange in the world by market capitalization, for nearly five years.
The only other exchange platform that is bigger than NASDAQ is the New York Stock Exchange. The platform known as NASDAQ is owned by Nasdaq, Inc., which also owns the OMX stock market network and several other US stock and options exchanges. As the Vice President of GL and Consolidation Kewho Min managed eight accounting professionals and was responsible for the preparation and overall consolidation of the Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Cash Flows and Statement of Shareholders’ Equity on a monthly basis. Kewho Min’s executive role involved reviewing the Company’s 10-K and 10-Q as well as other compliance related submissions. Furthermore, Kewho assisted in the preparation and review of the Company’s 10-K and 10-Q as well as other compliance related submissions. One of Kewho’s major contributions in this role was leading the successful re-engineering of the monthly closing process, reducing the close period down from 20 days to 6 days. Always paying attention to detail, Kewho Min created a comprehensive model to streamline and calculate diluted share count on a quarterly basis. He also integrated new acquisitions ranging from $10 million to $3 billion in net assets, both domestic and international, while ensuring compliance and ease for reporting in US GAAP and international compliance.
Prior to his role at NASDAQ, Kewho served as a Vice President in Accounting and Finance at ICON Investments, a New York City-based alternative investment firm that provides innovative investment solutions to individual and institutional investors. As a Vice President, Kewho Min managed four accounting professionals and was responsible for the overall consolidation of the Income Statement, Balance Sheet, Cash Flows and Statement of Shareholders’ Equity for Corporate group as well as seven investment funds along with the applicable SEC filings. Ensured that Broker Dealer filings were done in accordance with various regulations.
At ICON, Kewho demonstrated leadership ability by re-engineering the quarterly closing process, ensuring that the 10-K and 10-Q for the seven investment funds were completed on a timely basis. He also redrafted each of the quarterly and annual filing for the 7 investment leasing funds to ensure that they were in compliance with USGAAP disclosure requirements. Additionally, Kewho Min worked closely with senior management and the acquisition team in determining the best utilization of the capital resources collected from the investors for the managed funds. Together with the company’s CFO, Kewho aggressively streamlined the procurement process to maximize the services provided by ICON’s vendors while minimizing the company’s cost exposure.
Kewho is currently based out of New York City and adores the Big Apple for its diversity, opportunity and sheer energy.
BACKGROUND ABOUT KEWHO MIN:
Kewho Min’s career trajectory wasn’t always so straightforward; as a student at Montclair State University back in January 1993, he had hardly narrowed his focus down past business administration. It wasn’t until January 1995 when he took his first accounting class with an incredible professor that he felt a spark of interest– and this spark would end up guiding the course of his career.
Kewho Min was recruited by the major public accounting firms in college, and his first position out of college was as an Associate/Auditor at Arthur Andersen, LLP. Over the next four years he worked his way up to higher-level positions at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, The New York Times Company, and Take 2 Interactive Software.
By the time he was hired as an Associate Manager of Financial Reporting at Nielsen, Kewho had honed his expertise in external reporting and consolidation.
In his third year at Nielsen Kewho was offered a position overseas in Haarlem, the Netherlands, which he gladly accepted. Kewho served as the lead with the international consolidation business groups to ensure consistency and accuracy in financial reporting. Furthermore, he was an integral member of the conversion of the Dutch GAAP Financial Statements to US GAAP and IFRS in preparation for a potential US and European listing. In 2006, Nielsen was acquired by a consortium of private equity firms, which required him to the preparer of the guarantor / non guarantor financial statements. Following this, Kewho joined the team at ICON Investments as Vice President of Finance and reported directly to the CFO.
At ICON Investments Kewho took on both proactive and retroactive roles. One of his major retroactive accomplishments was overhauling seven active funds that had been in arrears with SEC for nearly two years. Kewho analyzed the funds, identified their issues, and revised all problems so that within just one year both funds were made current filers. He also served as the primary technical accountant of the firm, responsible for the accounting of derivative and hedges, leases and many other technical accounting concepts.
Kewho Min continues to have an active career in finance and accounting. His managerial skills and interdepartmental tact make him an exceptional and trusted professional in the field.
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