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How to Minimise Damage when CFOs Resign

By Christian Doherty Few executives receive the same attention as chief financial officers do when they resign. Christian Doherty finds out how companies can lose a CFO with minimal damage. When Eric He stepped down as chief financial officer of Giant Interactive, a Shanghai-based developer of smart-phone games and other applications, he not only told… Read More How to Minimise Damage when CFOs Resign

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SPLIT VIEWS IN NEW CFO SURVEY ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

The Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia has released a new report,CFO Survey 2011: Corporate Governance Performance and Insights, based on interviews with CFOs across Australia and Asia. During a survey conducted across Australia and Asia, the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia (ICAA) found polarised views among CFOs when they asked if corporate governance… Read More SPLIT VIEWS IN NEW CFO SURVEY ON CORPORATE GOVERNANCE

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TEN QUESTIONS FOR THE ASPIRING CFO

By Eoin MacManus, Head of Financial Services at Ernst & Young in Ireland It’s a tough job, but someone’s got to do it. Eoin MacManus explains why investing in your organisation’s finance talent is so important. Are you investing in your organisation’s finance talent? If not, you may regret it for the simple reason that… Read More TEN QUESTIONS FOR THE ASPIRING CFO