The Finance Department supports leadership, management, administration, committees, and businesses by providing financial reporting, accounting services, and strategic advice. The Finance Department establishes internal controls to protect the assets of the First Nation and our businesses to ensure the integrity of all the financial systems. Accountability and transparency are facilitated to members through regular financial reporting at community meetings. The unaudited and audited financial reports are presented annually.
The Finance department also provides direct support to community members in programs designed to provide advice, education and financial assistance. The role of the Community Financial Planner was established to assist community members of all ages in developing a financial plan which enables them to meet their goals and objectives.
The Chippewas of Rama First Nation is fully accountable to community members, hosting community meetings on a regular basis addressing financial reporting.
We are committed to supporting leadership through the development and provision of financial reporting, strategic goal setting, internal controls and analytical services for the benefit of our stakeholders both internally and externally.
Leading with Integrity: The Finance Department is committed to upholding an atmosphere of morality with regards to our dealings with stakeholders and community members. Our success is built on trust, honesty and respect.
Thriving on Change: With always shifting factors in our external environment, members of the Finance Department are dedicated to remaining flexible in the ways we evolve and develop our practices. We embrace change, adapt to our surroundings and move forward, always staying current with industry best practices.
Maintaining Success Through Progressive Solutions: The Finance Department is committed to propelling the Chippewas of Rama First Nation into the future by remaining proactive in our approach to operations.
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