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WORLD FINANCE FORUM

Speakers

Leading experts in finance

Abby Obomighie

Director, FP&A

Anne-Raissa Yacé

Financial Controller

Erica Ingham

CFO, Global Software Resilience

Constantinos Mourouzides

CFO, UK&I

Hester Scotton

CFO

Jonathan Smare

Partner

Kate Curnow

Deputy CFO

Malcolm Finn

Director, Finance

Markus Kobler

Global CFO

Neil Morling

CFO

Paul Bryanhill

VP, Finance Operations

Rocco Del Campo

CFO, UK & Nordics

Stewart Houston

Exec. Director, Finance

Tatiana Doncaster

Director, Finance

Tim Schoeler

CFO, Retail Group

Anais Lempereur

VP, Finance, Pluto TV

Azra Jabeen

Group CFO

Brian Slagle

CFO & Treasurer

Darren Dang

CFAO

Fernando Tennenbaum

CFO

Hilla Sferruzza

CFO & EVP

Ian Swanson

EVP & CFO

Jay Voncannon

CFO

John Woods

CFO

Kevin McDonnell

SVP & CFO

Laura Bracken

Chief Accounting Officer

Liz Martin-Quinn

VP, FP&A

Malgorzata Szturmowicz

CFO

Mark Schwartz

CFO

Mary Beth Ottley

CFO

Michelle Garrison

CFO

Matthew Klein

Director, Finance

Nate McConkie

Director, Accounting

Scott Haralson

SVP & CFO

Steven Jackson

CFO

Travis Page

CFO, Funimation

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Great leaders of organizations run after problems, make their footprint bigger than their foot, and always strive to find the truth — because you have to get to the truth to be excellent.

CFO, Twitter

The primary mandate of the CFO is to be the guardian of shareholder value for the company. Traditionally, this was about managing risk, but today CFOs are expected to balance risk and opportunity. It's become quite a quite multi-dimensional role.

CFO, D&B

Operating a global business in a fast-changing world, you have to be grounded real-time in the external environment, have complete transparency, be fact-based and working with a great, collaborative team.

CFO, Ford

With an increasingly integrated world economy, be prepared to respond to higher levels of both risk and opportunity. A strong balance sheet is a tremendous asset when managing though periods of volatility.

CFO, Chevron

From an M&A standpoint, the returns on a spreadsheet are interesting, but it is far more important to be comfortable with the people running the business.

CFO, Krogers

Look at what your organization needs and don't be afraid to take chances, but balance risk with success, only increasing the former when the latter goals are being met.

CFO, Booking.com
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