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Event Date Tue Sep 7 EDT (10 months ago)
Location Online
Region All

The pandemic and subsequent economic crisis has catalysed a major shift in the role of the Chief Financial Officer. More than ever, senior finance leaders are becoming increasingly more involved in strategic decision-making. CFOs that place digital adoption as an immediate priority, to increase productivity, stakeholder experience, business insights and controls, are in the strongest position for growth and profits post-pandemic. These leaders see speed of decision-making, agility, digital enablement and insights as key characteristics of a future-ready organisation.

However, to build a future-ready finance function, CFOs need to be forward thinking, resilient and ready to adapt to a constantly changing environment. Increased connectivity presents more opportunities but also greater risks: how can CFOs ensure their organisations reap the benefits of digital transformation whilst remaining secure? What technologies will produce the best ROI? How can CFOs support their workforce to acclimatise to a digital-first business model?

The Financial Times, in partnership with WNS, are honoured to be hosting this exclusive webinar for senior financial decision makers from cross-sector backgrounds. Join to hear from a panel of corporate leaders on their experiences navigating the crisis and how CFOs are driving change and transformation in the new world of work.

Why Attend?

The big picture, not just the individual strands of the business you work in

And build relationships with some of the biggest names in your industry

New approaches and strategies to help win market share


2021 Speakers

Krishnan Raghunathan
Head, F&A Services and International Delivery Locations, WNS

Anne Mehlman
EVP and Chief Financial Officer, Crocs

Prashanth Mahendra-Rajah
Chief Financial Officer and SVP, Analog Devices

Brooke Masters
Chief Business Commentator & Associate Editor, Financial Times

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