They are the organisation's executive who is in charge of the firm's finances, including financial planning, risk management, record-keeping, and financial reporting.
What do they do?
Employers frequently offer preference to candidates who have an MBA or a master's degree in accounting, finance, or a related field.
Certifications and accreditations can assist you in obtaining employment.
CFOs typically have at least 10 years of expertise in their sector before joining the C-suite.
Recruiters and recruiting teams will be seeking a candidate with a track record of increasing responsibility in accounting and finance.
Many firms expect their CFO to have a master's degree in finance, accounting, or management.
Master’s degree preferred
Controllers, directors of accounting, and vice presidents of finance are common candidates for the position of CFO.
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