FP&A remains a top priority for CFOs and their teams, which includes evolving FP&A frameworks to successfully adapt to changing business environments. So, what can be expected in Q4?

Historically, FP&A has concentrated on important tasks such as forecasting, planning, and budgeting, but the FP&A function is continuously expanding to embrace new responsibilities to overcome unforeseen challenges. Main focuses for finance departments will include extended planning and analysis (xP&A), evaluating new automation trends, improving cross-departmental communication, data unification, and much more.

Join this Argyle: CFO Leadership Forum to learn FP&A Strategies for Success including:

  • How automation, including AI and ML, can make workflows smoother and more efficient
  • The acceleration of cloud adoption; public, private, and hybrid cloud models
  • Successfully eliminating data silos to streamline communication and improve cross-team collaboration
  • Best practices for digital transformation implementations
  • Strengthening the FP&A function to increase forecasting, planning, and predictive capabilities


Advisory Board

Ann Anthony

Chief Financial Officer
Opal Fuels, LLC

Sue Cheung

Chief Financial Officer
Marrone Bio Innovations

Femi Faoye

Head of Real Estate Finance - Global

Rahul Handa

Partner and Vice President Commercial Finance
Think BPO Inc

Christopher Hollinger

Chief Financial Officer
Rethink Food NYC

Saurabh Jain

Vice President, Business Performance Controlling
Siemens Healthcare

Summer Redmon

Vice President, Finance & Accounting
Vera Whole Health

Amit P. Shroff

Vice President, Toyota Financial Services
Toyota, North America

Nayab Siddiqi

Former Chief Financial Officer and Head of Strategy
REZY360 Inc.

Jeanette Wade

Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operating Officer
Ascentria Care Alliance