Financial planning and analysis (FP&A) remains a key priority for finance teams to improve decision making and support financial success for the entire organization. So, what FP&A strategies are CFOs and their teams focusing on in the new year?
In order to achieve financial goals, finance teams must ensure there is accurate forecasting to make reliable decisions, budgets are able to be modified in real-time, and process automation is prioritized to improve operational efficiency.
By moving away from traditional and manual processes, FP&A teams are able to avoid siloes within the finance function and adopt a more digital-first approach which improves agility and transparency.
In this Argyle FP&A Leadership Forum, you will learn:
Over the last three years, organizations were forced to be adaptive and agile during unprecedented times. Now as CFOs and their finance teams navigate the new year, agility and flexibility remain at the forefront of their 2023 agenda. From adopting new, innovative technologies to managing hybrid workforces, organizations are relying more on the FP&A function than ever before. By successfully forecasting and developing strategic scenario models, FP&A teams are able to predict the future and prepare for the unknown.
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Vice President, Community and Corporate Partnerships
Automation continues to be a top priority for finance teams, especially for the FP&A function. By automating manual, repetitive processes, FP&A teams are able to not only free up valuable time but also focus on more strategic initiatives. Implementing the right AI solutions is also critical to higher productivity, strengthening other skillsets, and improving overall business performance.
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Vice President, Advisory Services and Finance Transformation Practice
Vice President of Corporate Finance
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Financial Officer
Finance teams are tasked with managing cash flow to ensure the financial needs of the enterprise are met and that resources are allocated strategically. This means creating efficient crisis plans for cash management, strengthening communication with suppliers, and preparing for unknown circumstances that could halt critical cash streams. FP&A teams are able to make predictions that help prepare for future unknowns through scenario planning and forecast modeling, which strengthen the overall organization.
In this keynote presentation, you will learn actionable insights including:
Co-Founder and Partner
As CFOs reflect on the past year, one of the largest challenges finance teams had to overcome was attracting and retaining finance talent. The “great resignation” and competition on talent threw major wrenches in organizational plans, forcing finance departments to reevaluate competitive offerings and ways to retain their current employees. So, what does this new year hold and how can CFOs ensure their teams are satisfied and adequately cared for?
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Senior Vice President - Finance & Accounting Direct Hire
Europe Finance Director – Projects
FP&A Executive - SaaS, FinTech, and Life Sciences
Field of Study:Finance
Advance Preparation:None required
Delivery Method:Group Internet-based
Recommended CPE Credit(s):2
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