How Data and Analytics Can Unlock Profit in Cost Centers
Simple risk mitigation and defensive posturing in a manner consistent with traditional cost centers will no longer cut it.
10 CFO Tips for the SPAC Transition
How to navigate both the “going public” and “being public” phases.
M&A Integrations: Leadership, Plans, and Incentives
Even when a merger is the right move for buyer and seller, integration can lead to productivity and morale issues that have to be sorted out right away.
Out-of-Court Restructuring as a Viable Alternative to Chapter 11
Under the right circumstances, an out-of-court restructuring is the best bet for an efficient, less costly process.
The Strategic Role of the CFO in M&A
As M&A frenzy mounts, CFOs must be the strategic leaders that ensure synergies are realized.
Creating a Compelling IPO Roadshow Presentation
The road to a successful IPO is paved with exhaustive preparation. Use these three key recommendations for a successful presentation.
Why Cryptocurrency Transactions Matter
While it’s not for everyone, there are some circumstances where limited cryptocurrency involvement can make sense for traditional companies.
Preparing for Shareholder Activism
CFOs should proactively address potential areas of activist attention to reduce the chances of becoming the target of a campaign.
Will Public Company ESG Disclosures Come From Shareholders or Regulators?
“The question of what ESG information is missing in our markets is first and foremost a question for investors,” says one SEC commissioner.
How Much Industry Experience Does Your New CFO Need?
A CFO with solid industry knowledge can quickly serve as a strategic partner to the business.
Evaluating Employer Health Plan Costs Post-Pandemic
Employers should consider these four major coronavirus-related factors when calculating health plan costs over the next year.