Live Stream Business and Industry Fest: Gaining a Competitive Advantage: Critical Skills for CFOs and Controllers

102  |  Livestream  |  Intermediate  |  Scheduled

Description

All organizations are looking for ways to gain an advantage over the competition. This practical and interactive session will present a toolkit of ideas to help CFOs, controllers and finance professionals better position their organizations for the future. We know change is occurring at an exponential rate, and that has proven to be the case in all areas of finance, management, and leadership over the past year. The course deals with these new issues and will continue to be updated as necessary throughout the year. Become the “financial hero” of your organization and make a positive impact on the bottom-line.

Credits

Number of Credits Type of Credits
4.00 Finance

Designed For

CFOs, controllers, and finance professionals

Prerequisites

Experience in financial management of a small or mid-size company

Highlights

  • Leadership and management changes as a result of the pandemic
  • Expense control that works
  • Understanding our changing workforce and working environment
  • Financial risk analysis
  • Enterprise risk management
  • Improving bank relationships and cash management

Objectives

  • Make better financial decisions that have a positive impact on the organization
  • Lead the organization into the rapidly changing decade
  • Apply what we have learned from the COVID-19 pandemic for a positive impact on the organization

Prices

Member (Early Bird)
$169.00
Non-Member (Early Bird)
$219.00
Member
$169.00
Non-Member
$219.00
Registration for this event has closed. If you have any question or concerns please give us a call at 615-377-3825 or send us an e-mail at registrar@tscpa.com

Instructors

Jason Carney, CPA, CISA, PMP, CISSP, CCSP

Jason is a Lead Information Security Analyst with Thomson Reuters. He has more than 15 years of experience in public accounting, consulting, and industry. His specialties include information security, tax problem resolution, and data analysis. Jason has worked in Federal Finance, Information Security, and Tax.

Jason is a member of the Minnesota Bar and was a President’s Scholar at the University of Saint Thomas Law School. He co-founded the Scott County Conciliation Clinic and represents impoverished debtors pro bono in association with the Volunteer Lawyers Network. He wrote “What is Business Intelligence and Why Should CPAs Care?” for Footnote magazine and contributed to the upcoming publication What Every Lawyer Needs to Know About Client Trust Accounts.

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