How CFOs Cope with Expanding Roles

The contemporary CFO is increasingly focused on being a key organizational leader and communicator, the ‘go to’ strategic resource for the CEO, which requires a strong professional and ethical foundation.

Is there a typical CFO role? The expectations of CFOs change over time and are influenced by various external and internal drivers.

A recent survey shows that CFOs continue to gain more responsibilities outside of traditional accounting and finance as they become responsible for more business activities than ever.

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