Faheem Sorathia

Assistant Controller

With Haskell & White since: 2020

Faheem brings over thirteen years of internal accounting and finance experience, specializing in the general ledger and financial statement management and analysis. As Assistant Controller for Haskell & White, Faheem leads the financial reporting, planning and budgeting activities for the Firm. He works closely with the Partners and the Chief Financial Officer to support the Firm’s growth by providing financial reports to make decisions that contribute to process improvement, efficiency and cost savings.

He draws on his experience working for service-driven businesses that provided events, sales and marketing programs to companies. This experience included diligent and proactive management of accounting teams consisting of A/R Specialists, A/P Specialists and Staff Accountants, promoting consistent and efficient month-end close processes. In addition, Faheem oversaw the timely preparation of financial statements, account reconciliations and ad-hoc analytical reports essential for internal and external clients, as well as launching accounting procedures and best practices for new programs. He also assisted external auditors as the direct contact for private and publicly traded companies, including the initial public offering process.



  • Corporate Credit Card Administration
  • Travel and Expense Program Administration
  • Internal accounting and finance
  • B2B Trade Show Industry
  • Technology Startup
  • Sales and Marketing


  • California State University, Fullerton – B.A. in Business Administration with Concentration in Accounting
  • California State University, Fullerton – B.A. in Criminal Justice



Posts by Faheem Sorathia

How to Prompt Customer Payment – Corporate Accounting Services Tips

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