Gary McGaghey is an International Commercial CFO and the former senior vice president of finance and treasurer for the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team. He is a certified public accountant with over 25 years of experience in the business world.
Gary has more than 20 years of experience in mid-cap and multi-national public companies as well as in private companies. He has worked for various CFOs and senior management teams. He is currently the Group CFO of Nelsons &Co, a UK-based multinational pharma company. He has also worked with a variety of large Canadian and US companies. At Unilever, he was the CFO of the company’s largest division, foods and nutrition.
- Honors & Achievements
McGaghey has received numerous awards for his financial management abilities. He has been awarded the Ernst & Young International Entrepreneur of the Year Award in Canada and has also received the Ernst & Young National Business Leader of the Year award. He has been awarded the Canadian Institute for Management Accountants’ National Award for Excellence in Financial Reporting. Gary is also a member of the board of directors for The Canadian Institute for Management Accountants. He was also inducted into the Canadian Hall of Fame.
Gary McGaghey is also a professional baseball fan and he has enjoyed watching the Toronto Blue Jays since their inception in 1977. He was an integral part of their management team during his tenure as senior vice president of finance and treasurer. Golfing, traveling and, spending time with his family are also a major part of his life.
Gary McGaghey has had a successful career in the business world, he is a well-known figure in the finance and accounting world. He has been a part of numerous companies and organizations throughout his career and has made a mark on them all. The awards and achievements that he has received are a testament to the hard work and dedication he put into his career. He is an inspiration for young people looking to enter the business world, especially those interested in jobs in finance. More tips from Gary McGaghey on Medium