Being a CFO Essay by Bam Bam

Being a CFO
A personal investigation about what it takes to be a CFO.
# 61797 | 1,393 words | 4 sources | APA | 2005 | US
Published on Oct 27, 2005 in Accounting (Financial) , Business (Accounting)

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This paper covers the complexity of being a modern chief financial officer in a large company. The paper takes a look at what governs the CFO in business today and examines whether or not the writer would want to be a CFO.

From the Paper:

"After looking through the article "The CFO's Great Balancing act" I would have to express the opinion that it would a lot more difficult to be a CFO in today's market. Many factors play a role in a company's financial position. Today the amount of pressure placed on generating a profit has really escalated. It appears at no time would a CFO be able to predict exactly what's expected of them since the market keeps generating new desires. In this paper, we will cover some of the difficulties placed on the modern CFO and analyze some possible hurdles they might have to overcome to meet the CEO's demands and look at what laws or Acts that have been put in place to help govern their responsibilities."

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