My 2016 Priorities: Ben Mulling, CFO, Tente Caster Inc.

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My 2016 Priorities: Robbie Sprechman, CFO, Fierce Brands

What are your priorities as a finance leader over the next 12 months? Robbie: Well, I would say that there are a couple of things going on right now. We’re trying to work with insurance companies to get more reimbursements of memberships at the gym. Already there currently are a lot of big carriers that…

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My 2016 Priorities: Johanna Richman, CFO, ASPCA

What are your finance leader priorities over the next 12 months? Johanna: Over the next 12 months,  would like to get my team to understand the different business operations in other areas of our organization to a larger extent. I also want to build APIs and dashboards that will help each area of the organization…

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My 2016 Priorities: Suk Shah, CFO, Avant

What are your priorities as a finance leader over the next 12 months? Suk: Develop my people, to understand what’s important, what’s critical, ensuring that they’re stepping up, leading, taking the upright action, and they’re progressing on their career goals and developments. That’s paramount for me. Number two is helping our CEO and our president…

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Have you had to reorganize your finance organization? Johanna Richman, CFO, ASPCA

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My 2016 Priorities: Nitin Gupta, CFO, Molecular Imaging Systems, Siemens Healthcare

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Adding Manufacturing Capability Inside the U.S. Market, Didier Aziza, CFO, Bel Brands USA

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My 2016 Priorities: Didier Aziza, CFO, Bel Brands, USA

Over the next 12 months, what are your priorities as a finance leader? Didier: As you understood, growth is a priority for Bel Brands, so here I’m really working with my team to best determine how the finance can contribute to fuel the growth and really help our growth drivers, who are sales and marketing…

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The 8th Role of the CFO: How Customer Success Became Your CFO’s Magic Ring

Make no mistake, it’s a face-off that pits corporate finance leaders, the back-office number-crunching set – who at times seem more like nerdy comic book figures than true strategy-minded captains of industry – against a ticking clock intent on rendering the latest class of finance leaders irrelevant. You may recall that in our last post,…

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What Advice do you Have for Future Finance Leaders? Kray Kibler, CFO, Scrip Companies

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