The CFO’s Response to Coronavirus Uncertainty
Learning the levers now will mean they can be deployed more quickly, more effectively, and more successfully later.
Buyers of Carve-Outs Encounter Integration Hurdles
Noncore assets carved-out can be viable growth opportunities for interested and experienced PE buyers, but integration is tricky.
Business Intelligence: A Life Hack for Today’s CFO
BI can rescue finance executives from the large, incoherent data populations and disparate systems that make diagnosing underperformance almost impossible.
ERP: Enterprise Reporting Partner or Problem?
The health and well-being of a company’s broader financial system starts and ends with its ERP architecture.
Financial Systems: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
While there is no one-size-fits-all financial system for the PE-backed universe, there is a four-step roadmap that portfolio company CFOs can employ.
A CFO’s Guide to Preparing for a Sale
A cohesive narrative will build credibility during the due diligence process and save CFOs from spending valuable time producing one-off analyses.
Five Keys to Succeeding as CFO of a PE-Backed Company
Above all, a CFO has to provide the financial sponsor with an ongoing and accurate window into the company’s performance.
Four Ways Forecasting Goes Wrong
Only 1% of organizations achieve 90% forecasting accuracy 30 days out. Here's why.