Practice Group: Financial Services

The Financial Services Practice Group is focused on strategic guidance, planning and recruiting services for regulated and non-regulated financial institutions.   Check out the practice page to learn more about the people who serve this area, the services that CFOs2GO provides to global companies, and to read client success stories. 


 

Webinar: Technology Roadmap – A CFO and CIO Collaboration Opportunity

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xP&A – Extending FP&A Beyond the Boundaries of Finance

Financial Planning and Analysis (FP&A) is an essential financial activity in companies of all sizes. … Read More

How to Encourage Creative Flow in All Employees

Improving creative flow within an organization is both energizing for employees and beneficial for innovation … Read More

Should HR Play Offense or Defense?

In competitive environments, most people recognize that offense or defense is a false choice: a … Read More

Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) 2.0

The economic fallout from COVID-19 has continued to wreak havoc with hundreds of thousands of … Read More

CHROs 2GO

Employees matter more than ever now. The pandemic highlights the importance of company commitment to its human capital. Read More

Drew Starr

“Helps client business leaders achieve that balanced foundation of legal compliance and efficient operations while … Read More

Webinar: Great Minds Don’t Think Alike!

The way we think makes a difference in how we address and solve problems, choose careers, develop relationships, and make decisions. This webinar outlines the types of thinking styles, helps you identify your personal orientation, and offers ways to build skills to improve, both personally and within group teams. Read More

The Issue – October 2020

In a lighthearted twist, Partners Chris Chillingworth and Michaele James put the subject matter in a court-room context, then act as skilled prosecutors advocating the use of various technologies to achieve what NetSuite calls, “the single point of truth” in a financial accounting system. Use of the technologies support the timeliness, accuracy, and context necessary in financial data in order for the user to respond to opportunities in the present and plan for the future with full knowledge of his or her current situation. Even if you are not planning a full-fledged ERP implementation in the near future, you will find this Newsletter a valuable resource to keep handy, and acquaint you with technologies you can obtain today that will enhance your existing financial reporting infrastructure. Read More