No business works without a strong finance function—and the better it works across end-to-end processes aligned throughout front, middle, and back offices—the greater the opportunity for improved performance and growth. That’s why today, finance leaders are turning an increasingly critical eye on their usual ways of working, assessing not only whether the office of finance adequately protects enterprise value but also whether it actively drives value creation.

Join experts from Fannie Mae, KPMG and Workday as we explore a fundamental reshaping of the processes that power the office of the CFO—modernizing the technologies, capabilities, and means of collaboration that can enable accounting, FP&A and procurement alike to be both value protectors as well as strategic value drivers.

You will learn:

  • Best-in-class accounting, finance and procurement practices to generate richer insights and improved decision-making
  • The importance of adopting new technologies and ways of working as the foundation for greater agility, speed and clarity
  • Why collaboration and data sharing are key to driving reporting and analysis to the next level
  • How the finance function is uniquely positioned to drive and accelerate enterprise-wide business value


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Patrick Hoynes

Vice President, Controller - Interim Chief Accounting Officer

Christy Li

Finance Transformation Vice President, Product Management
Fannie Mae

Shehtaaz Zaman

Managing Director, Advisory, Finance Transformation

Field of Study:Finance



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

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