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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Incisive content: CFO users will be able to access Deloitte content, such as CFO Insights, a bi-weekly thought leadership series; and CFO Signals(TM), a quarterly CFO survey that tracks the thinking and actions of leading CFOs.
Caption: Gena Wingfield, left, received the CFO Lifetime Achievement Award from Arkansas Business Publisher Mitch Bettis.
Local issues a primary driver: While several global factors are weighing on CFO decision-making for 2013, implications of local issues and policies remain top of mind:
STACY LORETZ-CONGDON (San Francisco Bay Chapter) has been named Senior Vice President and CFO for Core-Mark Holding Co.
a two-partner Dublin, Ohio, CPA firm that added CFO outsourcing to its niches in valuation and forensic services.
After a long period during which the CIO had been operating independently, CFO Steve McBrayer has forced discipline on the IT group by requiring each project to be justified by two criteria: how well it serves customers and its cost benefits to the overall business.
Turning to attitudes of CFOs about the annual report, this study found that their views clearly differed from institutional investors in most major study areas.
Barry Bregman, managing director at CTPartners and head of the firm's CFO practice, said, "The increase in female CFOs, especially since 2009, is an encouraging trend, but the still small percentage reflects the corporate Catch-22 limiting more aggressive progress.
DIANE DOWNS NEWTON University of Central Arkansas, Conway EDUCATION CFO OF THE YEAR
Each quarter, CFO Signals tracks the thinking and actions of CFOs representing many of North America's largest and most influential organizations.
After all, the CFO had been with the owner a long time and he was the company's second-highest-paid--and most trusted--employee.