“Knowledge is really the key to CFO confidence and with Dallas and Fort Worth now becoming part of our community knowledge sharing we expect confidence to be on the upswing,” says Araco.
Dallas, TX (PRWEB) November 08, 2011
As more U.S. communities identify middle market companies as the primary contributor to their economic recovery, they are discovering one less visible, but highly impactful phenomenon : the growing influence of corporate finance chiefs. The CFO Alliance brings forth the voice of the middle market CFOs.
This phenomenon, which has come to light in a series of discussions convened by chief financial officers (CFOs) across the country, is now widely impacting U.S. communities as a lack of CFO confidence becomes a primary obstacle for growth.
“As more CFOs become their communities go-to finance experts when it comes to growth, they want to act with confidence and therefore are looking to obtain as much knowledge and insight as possible,” explains Nick Araco, CEO and co-founder of The CFO Alliance, a peer-to-peer community that today shares CFO knowledge and insights across ten markets nationally.
“Based on our member-driven discussions, it becomes clear that communities have become aware of the influence CFOs wield not only within their companies, but outwardly along their organizational frontlines,” says Araco, who believes CFO confidence among CFO Alliance members is likely to receive a boost later this week when finance leaders from Dallas and Fort Worth convene their inaugural chapter discussion.
The CFO Alliance is global community of senior financial leaders and decision makers who come together to share their experience, knowledge and wisdom. Through in-person events, virtual interaction and a rich knowledge base, The CFO Alliance helps financial leaders network, share knowledge and receive guidance to act effectively and decisively, driving their continued success as a financial leader. Relationships that executives develop through the CFO Alliance make them more effective today and throughout their career.
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