|Event Date/Time: Oct 18, 2010||End Date/Time: Oct 20, 2010|
In today's fluid market it has become increasingly difficult to set medium-and long-term strategic goals and companies have refocused their priorities to managing cash flow, working capital and liquidity. This shift has placed the spotlight on the CFO, whose role is now more powerful than ever within the organisation.
The modern CFO needs to enhance the depth and quality of communications with internal departments and external stakeholders to ensure transparency in light of increased global regulation. To be a truly dynamic leader the CFO must consistently deliver business results through sharpened leadership and strategic skills. The CFO hence is the crucial element in ensuring corporate integrity and in mitigating the inherent risks in today's business world by forming strong business partnerships.