CFO


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CFO

Abbreviation for:
Chief Finance Officer (Medspeak-UK)
Co-Financing Public Sector Intermediary Organisation (Medspeak-UK)
conventionally financed option (Medspeak-UK)
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Caption: The ballroom of the Embassy Suites in west Little Rock was the setting for the luncheon at which CFO of the Year awards were presented to, below from left, Tracy Cude, CFO of Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville (Nonprofit category); Mamie Oldner, CEO and CFO of Stone Bank in Mountain View (Bank category); John Rogers, CFO and treasurer of Stone Ward in Little Rock (Small Private Company category); and David Brogdon, CFO of Bad Boy Mowers in Batesville (Large Private Company category).
The survey also reveals a mixed recovery approach by region, CFOs across the board had three major considerations they are factoring in their outlooks: growth, talent capabilities, and implications of local policies and regulations:
LOUISE MAWHINNEY was named Vice President and CFO, a newly-created position, for Helicos Biosciences Corp.
Wisehart, who specializes in outsourced CFO consultants, notes they may not sign checks, bind a company in negotiations or otherwise obligate it for services, but within those limitations they can provide the senior financial management that many small to midsize companies need.
When you're in a turnaround situation, your focus is more narrow than wide and the CIO and CFO have to be in lockstep," says Lanier CIO Ann Franks, who describes reporting to the CFO as a necessary evolution.
For whatever reasons, defensive or otherwise, CFOs saw themselves and their senior management associates as much more important than the annual report as an information source for the institutional investor.
Custom biographies for all 5,000 CFOs, created through extensive research that combines all of their online biographies, historical purchasing trends, social media usage (and how to identify potential mutual contacts), philanthropic affiliations, and numerous other ways to make a connection
JIM FINK Little Rock Christian Academy NONPROFIT CFO OF THE YEAR
While some of that predates his arrival (he joined Thomson as CFO of its newspaper group in 1994), Thomson, the major information solutions company headquartered in Stamford, Conn.
Britt was hired to piece together what the CFO had done, to determine how much money actually was involved and to prepare the evidence in the event the case went to trial.
The CFO brand has a global circulation of over 500,000.
Thirty-five percent of those women held CFO roles in other companies before being hired into their current positions, and 65 percent were internal hires.