Casper van Leeuwen

Executive Partner in Satriun Group

Casper has extensive experience with planning and control, financial consolidation and corporate finance. His area of expertise is designing and implementing financial performance management models that integrate income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement for both management information and IFRS requirements.

He worked at the corporate center of a number of large corporations for 12 years prior to co-founding Satriun Group. Casper has both a Bachelor in Finance & Accounting as well as in Information & Communication Technology. In addition, he is a Qualified Controller of the Dutch Association of Managers.


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Reporting & Compliance

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