CFOs are resilient, resourceful, and respected leaders who are positively disrupting traditional finance. Despite looming setbacks from another year of the global pandemic, CFOs are well prepared to overcome any unprecedented interruptions and focus on positioning their teams for success.
While finance executives have strengthened finance processes, enhanced remote-work capabilities, and improved efficiency of entire financial operations through digital transformation, new threats such as high inflation, economic downturns, talent retention issues, and corporate inversions remain significant challenges.
Attend this Argyle Digital: CFO Summit to learn how to strengthen the overall finance function, increase profitability, and promote growth within your organization. You will also learn:
Digital transformation, technology innovations, automated processes – all of these initiatives are crucial to the finance function, but how do you stay ahead when trends are constantly changing? CFOs are addressing uncertainty at every turn and having the most up-to-date technologies sets organizations apart from the competition, and in an ever-changing marketplace it is imperative to remain agile. This means swaying with the changes to foster a culture of continuous improvement and being able to quickly adapt to the unknown.
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Chief Financial Officer
Controlling costs strategically is never far from the minds of company leaders. But it’s a topic that’s taken on new relevance in 2022, as inflation has grown faster than the historical average.
Still, it’s important to maintain perspective. Inflation is just one factor when it comes to managing finances and it shouldn’t hinder the larger goal of growing your business.
Fortunately, there are steps you can take to better control of hard and soft costs and help ensure the success of your business, no matter what the financial climate might be.
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Director of Sales & Head of Global Partnerships
Global Programme Manager - Consulting
Fintech is filling the gap between the way customers want to transact versus the experience offered by traditional financial institutions. The emergence and success of fintech companies are pushing traditional banks to adopt fintech features for their customers quickly. However, legacy systems and infrastructure is impeding the path to enabling fintech capabilities.
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Vice President, Global CIO Industry Leader
Vice President, Global CFO Industry Lead
These days, CFOs are more focused on cybersecurity initiatives than ever before and developing strategic partnerships with CISOs and their team is critical. Companies spend an incredible amount of time, energy, and money building trust with their stakeholders, and establishing a “zero-trust” security framework is imperative to protect the entire enterprise. By working with IT, finance teams are able to establish strict, “always verify” protocols that ensure the confidentiality of private data and prevent potential costs from future data breaches or cyberattacks.
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Chief Financial Officer
Senior Product Manager
Chief Financial Officer/Executive Vice President Development, RBD California Restaurants Limited
Head of Operations and Marketing
Head of Cyber and Information Security
Managing costs, growing revenue, and ensuring control have always been critical priorities for all CFOs. However, today’s Mid-Market CFOs have unique challenges to face in order to navigate future economic uncertainty, mounting inflationary pressures, and the battle for buying power against enterprise competition. Financial leaders within the Mid-Market face a steeper growth curve due to difficulty attracting talent, lack of brand recognition, and cash flow issues. To meet these challenges, Mid-Market CFOs are embracing their roles as strategists and “catalysts for change”, rather than simply financial stewards.
How Mid-Market CFOs drive value in the future will depend on which strategic initiatives they choose to focus on in order to unlock hidden value and scalability for their finance team, including investing in the right digital transformation solutions to solve real problems.
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This insightful keynote presentation explains how courage is THE key ingredient that outstanding leaders display. The good news is that courage is not a character trait, but rather a skill that can be built. Peter McKenzie, a C-suite executive with over 30 years of experience in some of the world´s most important companies will reveal how!
Applying methods from ancient philosophy and modern science, the session is packed with stories, examples, and most importantly practical methodology of how to build leadership courage and resilience.
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Chief Financial Officer & Corporate Director
The role of the CFO is constantly evolving, assuming new responsibilities at every turn. Having navigated the throes of the global pandemic, the “great resignation”, and economic uncertainty, these fearless leaders are focusing more efforts on company culture and employee wellbeing. Organizations that thrived during times of uncertainty were those that focused on employee needs, which boosted productivity and in turn increased profitability. Reframing an enterprise around employee wellness and health is not an easy task, but it is proving to be a worthwhile focus for CFOs across every industry.
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Chief Financial Officer, US Operations
Former Chief Financial Officer
Senior Director of FP&A
Chief Financial Officer & Executive Vice President
Field of Study:Finance
Advance Preparation:None required
Delivery Method:Group Internet-based
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