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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* Over half (51 per cent) of CFOs said that data security was the most important technology priority for them;
Delfin Gonzalez Jr., who won as CFO of Globe Telecom;
North America-based CFOs also expect the momentum from the 2017 tax cuts will continue to weaken.
According to the research, CFOs' biggest potential strength is the ability to harness data to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of not just the finance function but the entire organization.
Mike Castor, CFO and COO of the GoggleWorks in Reading, and Art Troccoli, CFO of PBS39-WLVT in Bethlehem, were finalists.
Now on its 12th year, the annual search has already recognized 11 outstanding CFOs: Delfin Gonzalez Jr., who won when he was CFO of Globe Telecom; Sherisa Nuesa, who bagged the coveted title when she was CFO of Manila Water; Jose Sio, who was CFO of SM Investments Corp.
51 percent of the CFOs said there is high credit availability at cheaper cost versus 28 percent of the CFOs who reported high credit availability at cheaper cost in the last year survey.
Your CFO Solutions has proven strategies to help businesses realize the "big picture" when it comes to business finance and growth.
Caption: Ignacio Blazquez, Finance Director, WestLAC, Diageo; Brent Blake, CFO, Americas Region, DB Schenker.
The oldest Fortune 500 CFO is 70 years old, and the youngest is only 31.