Chief Financial Officer

A company’s chief financial officer (CFO) is the person ultimately accountable for a company’s financial results. The person is required to establish requirements for overall operational budgets and department budgets. The CFO develops policies that help increase efficiency and reduce costs. Banking activities, financial agreements, funding, and debt management and reporting financial results as required by the company’s ownership status are also duties of the CFO.

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