Getting it right with growth: How to be a great CFO in the new growth economy


For the past decade, companies have had to contend with a series of large-scale macroeconomic disruptions, along with pressures on costs and earnings.  Now, as the global economy recovers from the recession and cost and short-term earnings are not the sole focus, companies can turn their attention to the top line again.

Companies have already taken advantage of the more obvious cost reductions, and there is little left to cut. Many continue to have strong balance sheets and growing cash reserves, so they are starting to increasingly focus on growth to deliver shareholder value.

Whether growing through M&A, emerging markets, digital or innovation, the ‘evolved’ CFO can play a unique and critical role—providing insight, managing risk, and ensuring that companies fully realize the potential value of a given strategy. 
 


Key issues

  • Readying the growth foundation: CFOs take the big view
  • Four paths to growth for CFOs
  • Five actions for the growth-oriented CFO
  • CFO insights and special considerations
  • ADP: Driving growth through innovation
  • Tax strategy: Getting it right during growth
  • ARRIS: Two steps ahead
  • Euro-Prop: A multipronged approach to growth
  • Minding the details: A CFO’s reporting and compliance tip sheet for growth 
     

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Kallia Mylonaki

Senior Manager, Marketing & Communications , PwC Greece

Tel: +30 210 8114386

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Kallia Mylonaki

Senior Manager, Marketing & Communications

Tel: +30 210 8114386

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