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What are CFO’s talking about in 2012

More and more businesses are turning to their finance leaders to drive company growth and protect business from the volatile  economic climate. In particular, they are expressing concern about the risk that economic troubles in Europe could spread and about the possible effects of rising tensions in the Middle East on oil and fuel prices.  Global uncertainty   have put finance leaders in a unique position within their organizations where they are expected to provide both stability and  look at revenue growth. While the economy is relatively stable, CFOs are under pressure to help drive revenue growth while being engaged in change initiatives.   CFO Signals is a survey  that  tracks the thinking and actions of CFOs representing many of North America’s largest and most influential companies CFOs and will help you decide which areas to focus on in 2012. CFO Signals survey  report analyzes CFOs’ opinions in five areas:  CFO career, finance organization, company, industry, and economy.   It is the only survey  of major corporate users of capital that gauges  attitudes to  valuations  , risk and financing.   The survey findings  and the way SAP helps in addressing these major issues are being presented in this  webinar on April 19th  led by John Steele, Principal at Deloitte Consulting LLP and Karuna Mukherjea, Marketing Director of Enterprise Performance Management and Finance Solutions at SAP. Register here .

They would  examine the following:

Top challenges that finance organizations face today and which high-impact risks worry CFOs the most

Ripple effects of recent economic events

Where companies are focusing efforts for the next 12 months

How performance, spending, and hiring are expected to change

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