Are you or do you need a CFO?

CFO stands for Chief Financial Officer and also refers to a senior executive responsible for managing the financial actions of a company. But what does a CFO do?

The responsibilities of a CFO:

  • Manage the company’s financial planning
  • Oversee the company’s fiscal activity, including budgeting, reporting, and auditing.
  • Assure legal and regulatory documents are filed and monitor compliance with laws and regulations
  • Identify and address financial risks and opportunities for the company
  • Supervise financial reporting and budgeting team
  • Plan and perform risk management duties
  • Analyze and manage the organization’s liabilities and investments
  • Plan, implement and manage investment strategies
  • Manage fundraising plans and capital structure
  • Determine finance KPIs
  • Track and ensure cash flow is appropriate and sustainable

The skillset of a CFO:

  • Experience in a senior management position
  • Strong financial and accounting background, including an understanding of profit and loss, balance sheet and cash flow management, and general finance and budgeting
  • Experience with corporate governance
  • Proven negotiation skills
  • Experience with budget management, public accounting, and cash flow
  • Ability to understand new issues quickly and make wise decisions
  • Ability to inspire confidence and create trust
  • Ability to work under pressure, plan personal workload effectively, and delegate

Other common titles for CFO include might be:

  • Coordinator
  • Business, manager
  • Director of finance
  • Finance manager
  • Account services

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