“Don’t miss the results of this in-depth and very insightful study of accounting and finance organizations”, states Neil Brown.
CHICAGO (PRWEB) September 15, 2020
The results of a benchmark study on the changing roles of Accounting and Financial Controllers will be previewed at a complimentary webcast scheduled for Thursday, October 29, 1 PM CST.
The Contemporary Controller study will identify how rapidly changing pandemic and economic environments have dramatically changed accounting and finance duties and responsibilities, included new roles in technology, human capital, crisis management, and corporate strategy.
The Contemporary Controller webcast will preview the results of this important study for the first time. Produced by the Controllers Council, a community and platform focused on accounting and finance resources and training, best practices information, peer interaction, recognition and networking. The webcast will be moderated by Lindy Antonelli, Controllers Council Board Chair, and partner at Armanino. Additional panelists to be announced.
“Don’t miss the results of this in-depth and very insightful study of accounting and finance organizations”, states Neil Brown, Controllers Council Executive Director. “All accounting and finance executives are encouraged to take the survey and receive a complimentary copy of the study report."
To take the brief and confidential survey, Contemporary Controller-Changing Roles and Responsibilities, link to: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Controller-Roles-Survey-Study
To register for the free webcast, Contemporary Controller – Study Results Webcast, link to:
ABOUT Controllers Council
Controllers Council™ is a community and platform of accounting and financial controllers and related executives focused on accounting best practices, information and resources, peer interaction, recognition and networking. Programs include a national Career Center, informative articles and whitepapers, ongoing webcasts, and the Controller of the Year recognition program. For more information, visit http://www.ControllersCouncil.org, or call Executive Director Neil Brown at 312-869-2180.