The already-high turnover rate among large companies gets even more so; many of the departed are leaving the finance profession altogether.
David McCann, CFO.com | US
July 29, 2008
I would be interested to see what everyone's predictions are for the CFO of the future. I about 5 years, I see the need for the CFO to have a legal background. The lawyers in Congress have added the liability, so it may require a lawyer to sift through it all.
Posted by James McMonagle | August 01, 2008 08:25 am
its just a simple fact that the reward is not there any more. Thanks to all the CFOs and CEOs that were involved in fraud and made the job that much less rewarding than it was. Thanks for taking your big payday and leaving the rest of us scrambling along with heavier regulatory burdens.
Posted by Danyelle Boekholder | July 30, 2008 09:38 am
The CFO as we know it will become extinct in the near future. Too much risk not enough reward, save a few mega Companies.
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