As organizations navigate the remainder of 2022, financial controllers are already planning and preparing for the new year. By staying abreast to the newest trends and technologies, these finance professionals are able to determine their top priorities for continued growth and profitability.
Although the coronavirus is a tiresome topic, the lingering effects of the global pandemic will continue to impact the wellbeing of enterprises on every level. Therefore, it is critical for financial controllers to focus on ensuring the right team is in place, digital transformation needs are met, and traditional processes are being automated to improve efficiency.
In this Financial Controller Leadership Forum, top minds in finance will discuss crucial topics including investing in accounting AI, hiring the best talent, harnessing data analytics, evaluating blockchain capabilities, and much more. You will also learn:
The rate in which organizations are collecting data is only expected to increase over the next few years. So, what does this mean for financial controllers and their finance team? Although exponential data growth is an incredible opportunity, there will also be challenges for financial controllers in regard to data governance and how to apply important insights into functions such as FP&A. Therefore, it is critical for financial controllers to improve data accessibility, strengthen data frameworks, and increase the quality of data across the entire enterprise.
In this keynote presentation, you will learn:
Senior Vice President Controller, Principal Accounting Officer
The evolution of technology plays a pivotal role in a continuously changing digital world, such as self-driving cars in the consumer space or distributed ledgers and AI in the corporate space.
AI, blockchain, cloud technology, and big data are all buzzwords financial controllers keep hearing about, but the aforementioned are often misunderstood. So, how can financial controllers and their teams understand the true potential of these technologies to apply them within their own organization and prepare for the future?
Join this insightful thought leadership which will discuss real-life scenarios of how technology can transform accounting departments into more proactive and strategic partners to the business. You will also learn:
Senior Manager, Product Marketing
As 2022 comes to a close, CFOs and their finance teams are looking ahead in preparation for the new year. Top priorities for finance are being rearranged, with more responsibility being placed on the financial controller and the accounting department. Therefore, the financial controller role will continue to evolve to report critical metrics, emphasize value drivers, improve capital allocation decisions, and increase investment performance.
In this panel discussion, you will learn:
Chief Accounting Officer
Finance Comptroller / Founder & Managing Partner
Senior Vice President & Chief Accounting Officer
As organizations continue to expand, so does their data and proprietary information. Concerns about privacy breaches and potential threats to extort or obtain private data are serious for financial controllers looking to protect assets. By working closely with their CIOs and technology teams, finance leaders are able to evaluate the needs of the enterprise, including new security frameworks that will mitigate security risks and ensure confidential data is safe.
In this keynote presentation, you will learn:
Chief Accounting Officer and Global Controller
Financial controllers have weathered extreme challenges and their teams have proven to be resilient and resourceful despite unforeseen disruptions. This is especially true when finance leaders are tasked with managing a distributed workforce. Although shifts to fully remote or hybrid work models has been successful, financial controllers are still tasked with ensuring their teams feel connected and that communication is strong despite being physically disconnected. Without taking the time to mentor employees and foster a culture of growth, time consuming errors are bound to transpire.
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Senior Director, Reporting, Consolidation and Corporate Accounting
Field of Study:Finance
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Delivery Method:Group Internet-based
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