As the first quarter of 2021 ends, CFOs and finance executives look ahead at the rest of the year. Having withstood a global pandemic and chaotic distribution of a vaccine, finance teams have remained resilient and continue to prepare for a hard-earned rebound.
Digital finance trends are a crucial part of the finance function and priorities for finance teams, including autonomous processes, continue to evolve. Due to rapidly changing market demands, planning and forecasting needs have changed, forcing finance teams to evaluate budgetary spends on a more regular basis.
Incorporating learnings from 2020 and the first part of 2021 will strengthen the finance function and help teams continuously prepare for, and overcome, the unknown.
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Katherine Motlagh is the Chief Financial Officer for the EMEA and LATAM regions at American Tower Corporation, a leading global developer, owner and operator of telecommunications real estate headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts. A financial executive with extensive experience in public accounting and financial leadership roles, Ms. Motlagh has a successful record in managing highly diverse organizations. Prior to joining American Tower, she served as Customer Unit/Delivery Unit CFO at Ericsson, and prior to that, as Divisional CFO/Senior Business Controller at Nokia. Ms. Motlagh also has held a variety of finance and accounting leadership roles at organizations such as Nextel Communications, AmerisourceBergen and Coopers & Lybrand (now PricewaterhouseCoopers). She is both a licensed Certified Public Accountant and a Certified Management Accountant and has served on a non-profit Board for the IMA Europe.