Mauricio Reyes/ Senior Manager of Financial Services

City announces new senior manager of financial services for Lacombe

City announced announced the appointment of Mauricio Reyes

The City of Lacombe is pleased to announce the appointment of Mauricio Reyes as the new Senior Manager of Financial Services, effective November 18, 2019.

“We are delighted to welcome Mauricio to the corporate leadership team, as he is a great choice for this critical position,” said Chief Administrative Officer Matthew Goudy. “I believe he will fit into our organization with minimal disruption to ongoing initiatives, and look forward to working with him as we work to achieve Council’s strategic vision.”

Mauricio Reyes is a Chartered Professional Accountant with over 15 years of accounting experience, including over 11 years in local government. Prior to his new role at the City of Lacombe, Mauricio served as the Senior Financial Analyst for the City of Grande Prairie, and was involved in all things budget, asset management and overall municipal finances. Before the City of Grande Prairie, Mauricio held a variety of finance-related positions in private practice, school districts and the County of Grande Prairie.

Mauricio has a Bachelors of Commerce degree, along with a Chartered Professional Accountants (CPA) designation and other professional development. He is currently enrolled in an Asset Management Professional certificate program with Northern Lakes College and will complete the program in the spring of 2020.

Some of Mauricio’s professional accomplishments include leading the implementation of a new Enterprise Resource Planning system, facilitating business planning for municipal departments, strategic long-term debt restructuring, advising city departments on key performance indicators, and mentoring and coaching direct reports.

“My family and I are delighted to be Lacombe, and we look forward to building new friendships in the community,” said Senior Manager of Financial Services Mauricio Reyes. “I look forward to providing value to the City of Lacombe and assisting the organization achieve its strategic goals and objectives.”

-Submitted by the City of Lacombe

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