“The 2023 Controller/CFO Sentiment study will be a timely and telling benchmark to help understand how peers are managing during these unprecedented times."
CHICAGO (PRWEB) November 15, 2022
The sentiments and priorities of corporate controllers and CFOs will be identified by this important study at a time of extreme unpredictability. The 2023 Controller/CFO Sentiment Study seeks to help understand how macro-economic trends are shaping corporate finance planning, strategy, priorities, and outlooks. The study results will be previewed at a complimentary webcast panel discussion scheduled for Tuesday, February 7, 1 PM CST.
With a backdrop of a lingering pandemic, high inflation, whipsaw stock market, a looming recession, talent challenges, and the greatest geopolitical risk in decades, what are financial controllers and CFOs doing differently to manage in 2023 and beyond?
The sentiment study seeks to identify a Financial Performance Index (FPI), along with predictions for changes in financial metrics, spending and talent in 2023. The study concludes with the always insightful question, “What keeps you up at night?”
“The 2023 Controller/CFO Sentiment study will be a timely and telling benchmark to help understand how peers are managing during these unprecedented times”, states Neil Brown, Controllers Council Executive Director. “All corporate finance and accounting executives are encouraged to take the survey and receive a complimentary copy of the study report."
The study and webcast panel discussion are produced by the Controllers Council, a member association and community focused on corporate accounting and finance training and resources, career development, networking and recognition.
To take the brief and confidential survey, 2023 Controller/CFO Sentiment Study, link to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/controller-sentiment-study
To register for the complimentary webcast, 2023 Controller/CFO Sentiment Study Results - Webcast Panel, link to:
ABOUT Controllers Council
Controllers Council™ is a national member association, community and platform for Controllers, CFOs, and corporate accounting and finance professionals focused on career development and training, peer interaction, recognition and more. Programs include CPE and professional certification, a national Career Center, webcasts with expert panelists on trending topics, research studies, articles and whitepapers. Controllers Council produces the annual Controller of the Year Awards, Peer Roundtables, and the Seal of Approval program.
For more information, visit http://www.ControllersCouncil.org, or call Executive Director Neil Brown at 312-869-2180.