The pandemic changed the world irrevocably. In turn, the skillsets of senior decision makers, including UK finance leaders, has changed too.
CFOs must acquire non-traditional skills. As a result, we’re seeing new variations–or personas–of the traditional CFO role emerging which each incorporate unique skillsets to help guide their organisations.
of finance leaders say the industry needs a new breed of CFO
of UK CFOs say they are currently most like a Chief Facilitative Office
of UK finance leaders believe that decentralised currencies will prove ‘extremely’ viable as a long-term payment solution
We’ve seen time and again that it’s the organisations with access to the right digital tools— and the skills to glean valuable insights from data—that are most successful. As our profession undergoes its own digital transformation, we must ensure we have the right talent and the right technology to deliver success.
Jonathan Howell Chief Financial Officer
A redefined CFO is poised to disrupt, and prepared for disruption.