By Andreas Rothe, Chief Financial Officer, Fragomen
By Steve Rullo, CIO-Treasury, GE Capital
By Bill Wavro, President, Dell Financial Services
By Kevin Held, CFO, TradingScreen
By Brian Patterson, CFO, USS
Working for a company that is growing furiously is both fun and challenging. The fun comes from seeing the results of your hard work before the ink on your plans has dried.
By Mario Spanicciati, Chief Strategy Officer, BlackLine
Today’s Chief Financial Officer has the most challenging job in business, entrusted with managing the financial risks of global and increasingly complex enterprises.
By Robert F. Crudup, EVP-IT, Investment Operations & Product Management, SEI
With today’s reliance on software, many companies are increasingly facing the challenge of building complex global systems to support workf low.
By Roman Hingorani, CFO, FINCA Microfinance Holding Company
In my long career in banking, I’ve utilized technology to increase efficiency, balance books and more importantly, ensure growth of customer profitability and value for shareholders.
By Bill Fahrbach, SVP, Finance, WorkWave
We often talk about technology in terms of its broad application: to the world, to an organization, to an individual.
By Scott McGillivray, EVP & CIO, Pacific Continental Bank
I am going to ask you to play a game with me. More of a thought experiment, actually. I cannot promise it will be fun, and I am not sure every reader is going to get the same result.
By Rodger Howell, Advisory Principal, PwC
The evolution of the C-suite is perhaps best exemplified by the expanded role the CFO is playing in many organizations.
By Peter Stone, CFO, The ADS Group
I started my professional career as a staff accountant for a large regional public accounting firm.
By Jay Poole, SVP-Commercial Banking, SunTrust
How banks respond to customer engagement, growth and efficiency, regulation, and competition are inextricably linked.
By Mitch Siegel, National Strategy leader, KPMG
The increasing speed of disruption from specialized, digitally advanced and often non-regulated entities, combined with ongoing economic, regulatory and technical change is forcing financial services organizations to rethink their business.
By Donald Good, Director-Global Legal Technology Solutions, Navigant
The cyber threat has never been more complex or dynamic.
By Fran Burns, Managing Director of SC&H Group’s Oracle-Hyperion EPM and BI Consulting practice
The thirst for business information and data analytics continues to increase at a staggering pace.
By Matt Armanino, Partner, COO & CFO Advisory Services Practice Lead, Armanino LLP
The shrinking chorus dismissing CFOs as “bean counters” is down to comedians looking for laughs and luddites who aren’t seeing what’s happening in the world around them.
By Jackie Combine, CFO, Technology & Operations, Thomson Reuters
There is no better time to be a CFO. We have an abundance of opportunities to partner to advance the short and long-term goals of our organizations.
By David Worrell, Partner & CFO, Fuse Financial Partners
Running a company without a CFO is tough—but hiring one can be even tougher.
By Kim Petry, CFO, itBit
Startups are known for exploring multiple product ideas and business opportunities before finding their sweet spot.
By Kristin Gallagher, Director, Global Sourcing and Procurement in the Financial Services industry, Russell Investments
Before you finalize that outsourcing or offshoring deal, read your third-party data licensing contracts carefully—it could cost you if you don’t.