Event Date/Time: Sep 17, 2006 End Date/Time: Sep 20, 2006
Registration Date: Sep 18, 2006
Early Registration Date: Aug 28, 2006
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For more than a dozen years, CFO Rising has been prominent on the spring calendars of senior finance executives – providing a “State of the Profession� portrait for and about high-impact finance executives who want to network, learn, then network some more.

It has become clear to our CFO Conferences team that these issues are just too wide-ranging and fast-moving to be contained in a single event.

So this year we are expanding the scope of CFO Rising to include both spring and fall, and both East and West. In addition to our spring CFO Rising in Orlando in March, we’re excited to announce CFO Rising West this September in Las Vegas.

Our theme this year is Leadership, Strategy and Results: Connecting the Dots to Create Value, and our speakers, from America’s top corporations, will address it with authority.

In a special featured presentation, the best-selling author of Freakonomics, Steven Levitt, will enthrall us with the sort of groundbreaking thinking and unexpected research results that have made his book such a sensation.

Our other speakers include:

•David Devonshire, EVP & CFO, Motorola, Inc.
•David Johnson, EVP & CFO, The Hartford Financial Services Group
•Patricia McKay, EVP & CFO, Office Depot
•David Warren, EVP and CFO, The NASDAQ Stock Market
•Mark Miller, SVP & Controller, Sabre Holdings
•Mike Gabaly, Director Investor Relations, Lockheed Martin
•Julia Homer, Editor-in-chief, CFO magazine

And we open with an optional pre-conference workshop led by one of our most popular speakers ever, Bennett Stewart, author of The Quest for Value, co-founder of Stern Stewart and CEO of EVA Dimensions.

As a delegate, you get free entry to the CFO Rising Golf Tournament, our perennially popular networking and recreation event. Play a full 18 holes of championship-level golf at TPC The Canyons, the PGA Tour facility that hosts the Michelin Championship of Las Vegas.


Additional Information

The basic price is $1,695. Attendees can save up to $700 per delegate by registering a team before Aug. 28.