CFOs See Silver Linings to Coronavirus Crisis
Grant Thornton reports that more than 60% of CFOs cited improved flexible and remote work environments as an upside of the pandemic.
Five Lessons for CFOs As We Approach 2021
Don't let uncertainty deter your company from growth, but be sure finance keeps a close eye on internal processes and key relationships.
How Finance Leaders Can Drive Sustainability Transformations
The CFO has the opportunity to lead the sustainability conversation by articulating the manifold ways sustainability creates value for the company.
What Are the Top Concerns for Boards in 2020?
The list includes a potential economic downturn, board diversity, corporate reputation, pay equity, cybersecurity, and corporate innovation.
International Tax Reporting Standard Is Finalized
Under the Global Reporting Initiative's new standard, thousands of companies will be voluntarily reporting tax information on a country-by-country basis.
Companies Face Demand for Third-Party CSR Certifications
A host of stakeholders are looking for external verification of companies' claims about the success of their corporate social responsibility programs.
CFOs Can Lead Efforts to Manage Water Risk
Not all of the reasons for focusing on water risk are ESG-related. There are also good business reasons to do so.
Passive & ESG Investing Shake Up Investor Relations
No longer content to be silent bystanders, these growing categories of investors are demanding more outreach from IR pros and CFOs.
Companies That Do Well Also Do Good
Is there a link between how well companies deliver on their social mission and whether they create long-term value for shareholders?
Climate Change Reporting: A Catalyst for Change
As the effects of climate change become more prominent, they will become more and more visible in financial statements, says IASB's chair.
Shareholder Engagement Disclosures Shot Up in 2018
Appeasing investors with shareholder engagement disclosures was a significant trend this year: Equilar report.