Christy founded Albeck (or its predecessor entities) in 1987. Christy received a BS in Accountancy from the University of Houston. Prior to forming Albeck, she worked in public accounting, and industry before founding her own company where she served clients as an outsourced controller/CFO in both public and private companies. Christy also performed the migration of the accounting systems for her clients, all the while growing Albeck through referrals from satisfied clients, auditors, and SEC attorneys.
For the past 30 years, Christy has acted as an outsourced controller/CFO for a variety of industries: venture backed high tech and biotech, construction, software, healthcare, auto leasing, real estate, education, legal, oil and gas, alternative energy, mining, and manufacturing. Christy has also assisted many clients with navigating the IPO process from advisory services on finding the right investors, selecting auditors and attorneys, to preparation of all financial statements and accounting documents required for the IPO process. She has also consulted on various technical accounting issues, reverse mergers, and financing efforts, as well as preparing financial statements and footnote disclosures for both public and private companies.
Christy belongs to the CFO Network, Deal Flow Source, Global Private Equity & Venture Capital, the SEC Financial Reporting Forum, and the Global Leaders of the Energy Sector, as well as serving on the boards of several not‐for‐ profit companies.
Wednesday June 23
Why the COVID Pandemic Has Been a Boon for the Market
- Advantages of forward-looking guidance over traditional IPOs
- Uncertain times spark the popularity of a near-certain bet
- Big SPAC deals make big noise, raising blank-check awareness
- Post-pandemic growth prospects for SPACs