Hamilton Lindley’s mission is to make lives better. If you would like to read about Hamilton's experience, you can read his resume on this website. He has curated a selection of news articles here too. You can read Hamilton's blog, which logs his thoughts on leadership development. Hamilton Lindley learned to think on his feet as a trial lawyer. His practice focused on business litigation--specifically Securities Exchange Commission regulations, financial crime analysis, anti-bribery compliance, and internal controls. That honed his skills at making business ideas simple and creating a persuasive argument on the spot. He uses critical thinking, listening, and communicating developed through his career in business. Hamilton Lindley enjoys spending time with family, hunting, fishing, and camping. He regularly attends services at First Woodway Baptist Church, where he teaches Sunday School.
Hamilton Lindley directs compliance. In that role, he develops his team by servant leadership, high energy level, and a commitment to continuous improvement. He coaches business operations on budgeting, accounting, and financial analysis. Hamilton implements staff training for compliance procedures. He develops competitive strategies to position the compliance department as a business partner with operations. He develops presentations and reports that recommend action across departments. His policies have created high engagement, fun, and record-breaking financial results for the company.
Hamilton Lindley is an energetic, results-oriented individual, not content with the status quo. He is known as a leader who inspires confidence and establishes a sense of common direction and vision. A team player and a good listener who truly values the input of others and their contributions. He works collaboratively and communicates regularly to senior leadership, the CEO, CFO, and Brand Presidents, in compliance and ethics program development and implementation as well compliance investigations.
Hamilton has advised boards and shareholders involving mergers and acquisitions, investments, financial regulations, corporate finance, securities regulations, Dodd-Frank, Sarbanes-Oxley, anti-bribery, SEC, proxy statements, initial public offerings, financial accounting, managerial accounting, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. He has used strong analytical skills and experience to interpret strategic vision into an operational model. He implemented financial statement analysis, financial modeling, and valuation for high-stakes negotiations.