Finance chiefs continue to take on more operational responsibilities and occupy seats on corporate boards, according to a new survey.
By Treasury & Risk Staff|July 30, 2013 at 11:13 AM
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The finance function is playing an increasingly pivotal role in corporate operations. In many companies, the leader of finance is seen as a prospective successor to the CEO, and more and more CFOs are beginning to serve on corporate boards of directors. These bits of conventional wisdom are borne out by a recent survey by Korn/Ferry International.
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