CFO Live Bolsters Program With New Speakers, Topics
Network with senior executives and hear top-tier CFOs analyze the most pressing problems in corporate finance at #CFOLIVE in New York City
NEW YORK, November 5, 2019 (Newswire.com) - CFO Magazine is pleased to announce the latest programming additions to its inaugural event focused on the future of finance.
Taking place on November 13 and 14 at the brand new Convene, located at 225 Liberty Street in the Financial District of New York City, this cross-industry event will bring to life the magazine’s 30-plus years of award-winning finance journalism.
The conference features 65 speakers and two stages of thought-provoking discussion and actionable insights from senior finance leaders. It will provide a unique forum for attendees to engage with fellow executives in discussions of the critical and controversial issues facing global businesses.
The CFO Live program is specifically curated to examine the most relevant topics on the minds of CFOs and their finance department team members. Not only will the conference address best practices and real-world solutions in an era of tremendous growth of digital tools, but it will also prepare CFOs for the likely economic changes ahead—challenges that will require retooled business models, revamped skill-sets in finance, and renewed urgency for driving efficiencies and supporting strategic decision-making.
Some of the recently added sessions and speakers are:
How the Subscription Business Model Supercharges Growth
One increasingly popular path across many industries is switching to a subscription model, where revenue recurs at regular intervals over an extended time rather than occurring just once at sale. Learn the advantages of this model, as well as the challenges and tradeoffs involved in making the switch.
- Tony Forcucci, Senior Strategic Account Executive, RecVue
- Arlen Shenkman, CFO, Citrix
- Tiffany Coletti Kaiser, Executive Vice President of Marketing, Digital Remedy
Building and Maintaining an Adaptable Finance Team
What skills and traits should CFOs seek in identifying and cultivating the modern finance talent pipeline? How should CFOs pair millennials and senior leaders to achieve the best outcomes?
- Jim Kaitz, President & Chief Executive Officer, Association for Financial Professionals
- Bruce Cooperman, CFO, Clearpool Group
- David Blanke, CFO, Stella Connect
- Andreas Rothe, CFO, Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, LLP
Driving Value Creation and Profitability
Gain a clearer understanding of the key drivers of corporate profitability. Learn how to manage and win in today’s age of digital disruption and manage core business processes for maximum profitability.
- Jonathan Byrnes, Senior Lecturer, MIT
- Leonard Williams, Chief Financial Officer, The Nature Conservancy
- Saurabh Kumar, Chief Financial Officer, Employer & Individual, UnitedHealth
- Christina van Tassell, Chief Financial Officer, Dow Jones
Leveraging RPA to Streamline Financial Processes
Companies are just beginning their journey of deploying bots, but already there are many best practices and lessons learned. Find out how applying them will drive reduced operating costs, improve credibility through more reliable reporting and tighter controls, and eliminate error-prone spreadsheets and workarounds.
- Vin Kumar Leader, Digital Finance and Global Business Services Program, The Hackett Group
- Jinyong Oh, Senior Finance Director, Global Pharma R&D, Johnson & Johnson
- Anjan Roy, Chief Financial Officer, Global Finance, GE Corporate
Other sessions at CFO Live will cover leveraging intelligent automation, creating a digital brand, breaking down organizational silos, forecasting the economy of the 2020s, and taming health care costs. See the full CFO Live program for more information.
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