Glenn M. Padilla Certified Public Accountant

Contract ReviewFinancial AccountingInternal Audit

CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT combining cross-functional competencies in all phases of accounting, auditing, and management. Proficient in internal audit. Ability to contribute as a team player and interface with professionals in all levels. Expert in identifying areas for concern and in implementing corrective measures.


June 2007 - April 2012 Bachelor of Science in Accountancy at University of the Philippines - Visayas


March 21, 2016 - Present State Auditing Examiner at Commission on Audit

The Commission on Audit is mandated by law to audit government transactions involving receipts and disbursements.

Main responsibilities include:
1. Audit the transactions of government owned and controlled corporations with combined annual budget of USD 3.0 Million.
2. Prepare annual/interim audit plan and program for the conduct of the audit.
3. Perform financial, compliance, and performance audit.

Achievements include:
1. Increased the number of issuance of annual/interim audit reports for 4 government corporations.
2. Increased by 50% the number of cash examinations conducted for accountable officers with annual total accountabilities USD 1.5 Million.

October 22, 2012 - March 20, 2016 Internal Auditor at Bangko Buena Consolidated, Inc.

The company is a region-wide rural bank with 10 banking units. I report directly to the Board of Directors.

Main responsibilities include:
1. Conducted risk-based internal audit for all banking units(10 banking units).
2. Coordinated with external auditor and government regulatory agencies (e.g. Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas and Philippine Deposit Insurance Corporation)

Achievements include:
1. Increased discovery of fraudulent acts to USD 200,000.00 in the period of 3 years.
2. Increased and enhanced the number of recommendations to top level management and the Board of Directors with regards the operational efficiency and control effectiveness employed by various banking units/divisions.
3. Enhanced monitoring of implementation of changes in operation introduced.
4. Increased resolution of issues/concerns relating to every area of operation (e.g. accounting, credit underwriting, compliance, contract review).