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Finance Monthly CFO Awards

Finance Monthly Magazine is pleased to announce that its 2016 CFO Awards edition has now been published.
Every year Finance Monthly CFO Awards celebrate the success, innovation and vision of CFOs across a wide range of different sectors across the globe.

The role of the CFO is critical to the success of any organization – keeping the business financially sound, while implementing successful strategies. At their best, a CFO helps lead key initiatives that support overall growth, executes and funds strategies set by the CEO, as well as liaising with external stakeholders. Over the past decade, the role of a chief financial officer has undoubtedly broadened, while in today’s challenging economic environment, CFOs are faced with a challenging and complex medium which necessitates immense business acumen and practical knowledge. With such a diverse set of attributes, characteristics and circumstances to consider and a role that seems to be continuously evolving, Finance Monthly’s research team was tasked with carrying out a comprehensive fact-finding exercise to identify some of the very best CFOs working in the corporate world today who are so deserving of recognition.

Editor-in-chief, Mark Palmer commented: “It is the strategic planning and financial management of the CFO that can help the company soar to great heights. The CFOs listed within Finance Monthly’s CFO Awards publication are proven corporate leaders who help deliver tangible results for their respective organisations and have achieved considerable success in their own right.”

At Finance Monthly we are proud and excited to present our 2016 CFO Awards, a celebration of the best in strategy, forward-thinking, and leadership, in a role that is so essential to a business.

Finance Monthly would like to thank all contributors and participants in the 2016 CFO Awards.

Congratulations to our winners and finalists.

Click here to view the awards publication

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