An accounting or finance professional aspiring to be a chief financial officer (CFO), must reflect a little to be certain they understand what it takes to become a CFO. CFO is generally the most sought-after job title to possess in anyone’s finance career.
CFO is an executive-level professional financial professional who is in charge of the financial planning, record keeping and monetary health of an organisation, as well as managing the financial risk.
A CFO occupies a seat near the elite of an organisation. In most cases it is just the chief executive officer (CEO) above them. For many CFOs the subsequent milestone is CEO – with the two-working hand-in-hand.
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