CFOs around the country have been urging their controllers to get more education on how to deal with these urgent issues. That’s why we created the Controller's Summit.
Portland, Maine (PRWEB) July 03, 2013
Top controllers and experts from many of the nation’s leading organizations will gather to learn new solutions, techniques, and strategies to tackle the most pressing industry issues at the 3rd Annual Controller’s Summit, to be held October 21-22 at Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas, NV. The event is being produced by the Institute of Finance and Management (IOFM), a business unit within Diversified Business Communications.
The keynote address, “The Evolving Role of the Finance Executive: How Controllers Can Help Support their CFOs and the Skills Controllers Need to Become CFOs,” will be presented by Myles Corson, Partner at Ernst & Young. The Controller's Summit will feature speakers from Fortune 1000 companies and panels composed of controllers and financial experts.
Critical topics on the agenda include:
*Innovative Metrics That Matter
*Global Growth and Resource Planning
*Controller and Finance Executive Compensation
*Expense Reduction and Efficiency Programs
*Risk Management and Internal Controls
*Balancing IT Purchase with Improved Productivity
*Unlocking Hidden Value of Financial Data
*An exclusive regulatory compliance panel covering such pain points as sales and use tax, unclaimed property, foreign corrupt practices
“The Controller's Summit is a must-attend event for controllers and senior finance executives who want to lead their companies to best financial practice policies,” said RD Whitney, IOFM Executive Director. “It is also a great opportunity for controllers to network with their peers and exchange information on what works and doesn’t work at their organizations.”
“Controllers today face a series of major concerns, both day-to-day and strategic. CFOs around the country have been urging their controllers to get more education on how to deal with these urgent issues. That’s why we created the Controller's Summit,” said Whitney.
Attendees who register before July 31st will save $300 on the Controller’s Summit. For more information, visit the event website or email David Beck at david(dot)beck(at)iofm(dot) com.
The Institute of Finance & Management (IOFM) is the leading source of events, peer networks, training/certification, information tools and resources for Controllers, Accounts Payable, and Payments professionals. IOFM runs the Senior Accounts Payable Leadership Network, a peer-based network providing insight, best practices and proprietary research through private, in-person meetings. IOFM also hosts the largest dedicated Accounts Payable events in the country, taking place each fall (10/21-10/23 in Las Vegas) and bringing together hundreds of AP professionals, and is launching the Controller's Conference & Expo in 2014. With a rapidly growing membership, and a keen understanding of the issues and content of the most importance to finance professionals, IOFM is your partner to help improve your departments’ performance, and advance your career. For more information, visit http://www.iofm.com.