Tue.May 17, 2022

Moderna may seek to claw back payments to ex-CFO

CFO Dive

The vaccine-maker Moderna said it has the right to recoup any and all payments to ex-CFO Jorge Gomez if the company determines he engaged in any wrongdoing, according to an amended SEC filing Friday.

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The Juicy Truth About Working In Finance

Generation CFO

We don ‘ t always admit the things we like about our jobs – or the things we don’t. This made me wonder… what do people who work in finance really think about it? So, at GENCFO’s most recent live Debate in London, I did some investigating.


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Fed's Powell welcomes 'significant' tightening in financial markets

CFO Dive

Powell underscored the Fed’s determination to reduce inflation, just one of many items on a long roster of risks bedeviling CFOs

What Are the Sources of Funding Available for Companies?

CFO News Room

Corporations often need to raise external funding or capital in order to expand their businesses into new markets or locations. It also allows them to invest in research & development (R&D) or to fend off the competition.

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Cyber Security, Change Management and Enterprise Risk Management: Scaling Operations for Growth

Speaker: William Hord, Vice President of Risk Management and Compliance

Join us as we discuss the various tangents of data and the change management process that will help you make better risk-based business decisions to save time and money for your organization.

Wells Fargo taps wealth, investment management CFO to head advisory unit

CFO Dive

The firm selected Sol Gindi, its CFO for wealth and investment management and former C-suite executive for JPMorgan's wealth management and consumer banking businesses, to replace Jim Hays as the head of Wells Fargo Advisors

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6 Reasons to Hate Budget and Annual Planning Processes

Fpanda Club

Budget and annual planning cycle - these words can make many people tremble.

IRS, Reversing Course, Tees Up Potential Tax Fight With Multinational Companies

CFO News Room

WASHINGTON—The IRS is preparing for an extended fight over a deduction created in the 2017 tax law that could put the government at odds with some of the largest U.S.-based based multinational companies.

Asked And Answered– 10 Questions Every CFO Should Be Asking Their Controller


In the world of the CFO, there is one constant amid all the changes. The CFO must always be ready to lead and manage a successful finance team.

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The Mass Shooting Blame Game

CFO News Room

Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) speaks to guests during an event with President Joe Biden and several family members of victims of the Tops market shooting at the Delavan Grider Community Center on May 17 in Buffalo, N.Y. Photo: Scott Olson/Getty Images.

The Emerging Spend Management Sector: Simplifying Your Accounting Processes

Speaker: Spencer Falbo, Principal at Kong Basile Consulting

In this webinar, Spencer Falbo, principal at Kong Basile Consulting will teach you how Spend Management can help to automate many of your processes, making your job as an accountant more efficient.

How to Build an FP&A Function

Embark With Us

If the last few years have taught us anything, it's to expect the unexpected. Up is down, left is right, toilet paper and used cars are the new Pokémon cards and PS5s – nothing makes sense anymore.

A GOP Faction Votes Against Ukraine

CFO News Room

Senate Minority Leader McConnell (R-KY) speaks to reporters about continued military aid and weapons for Ukraine. Photo: JULIA NIKHINSON/REUTERS. Congress is close to approving $40 billion in aid for Ukraine, but it’s notable that 68 House and Senate Republicans voted no.

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Leading from the heart: How Freshworks’ CEO built a global tech unicorn


Girish Mathrubootham, CEO of the India-born, US-headquartered software-as-a-service start-up believes that this is the decade for India as a product nation. Our Insights Software India


Careers to Avoid: Lowest-Paying Professional Jobs

CFO News Room

There’s a reason your parents were able to work their way through college and graduate without debt. Since 1978, the cost of a college degree has risen by over 1,120%, and student loan debt is approaching $2 trillion. Because of this, one might wonder if college is really worth it.

Trying to boost corporate travel sales? Five questions for airline executives


As airlines try to hasten the recovery of the highly profitable business travel segment, they should steer clear of five common sales pitfalls. Insights on Travel, Logistics & Infrastructure Airlines

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Capital One Expands its Travel Portal, Adds Turo

CFO News Room

Capital One has announced that all flagship Capital One rewards credit card holders can now use Capital One Travel to book travel and even use their rewards to cover the cost of their reservation.

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The Private Capital Wealth Equation, Part 1: The Controls Variable

CFA Institute

Private capital fund managers have developed tools to reduce risk while protecting or even boosting their returns.

Gun Control, States’ Rights, and Bernie Sanders

CFO News Room

American households are more likely to own a gun than a swimming pool , an electric car , or a pet cat. Pew Research data show that roughly one-third of Americans own a firearm, and about 133 million Americans have some level of direct exposure to firearms.

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Southeast Asia private equity market hits record deal value of US$25B

Future CFO

The Southeast Asia private equity market had one of the most impressive turnarounds in its history, with deal value reaching an all-time record high of $25 billion, which more than doubled the 2020 figures, said Bain recently. .

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Your Key to a Successful Refinance

CFO News Room

When you consider refinancing your mortgage , a lot will hinge on the appraisal. If your home’s value is so low that you’re underwater , then you can’t refinance.

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How Do I Let Go of an Underperforming CFO?

CFO Selections

According to CFO.com the most common reasons for a CFO change are: As a follow-up move to a CEO change. A voluntary decision to pursue a better opportunity. To get the right personnel in place to take a growing company to the next level.

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Pfizer’s Covid-19 Booster Cleared for 5- to 11-Year-Olds

CFO News Room

The authorization by U.S. health regulators expands booster access to about 28 million youngsters. Source link.

Over ‘lege dozen’ en andere verwante insolventietopics: een denkoefening van een eenvoudig curator-sterveling (zonder roze bril)

Corporate Finance Lab

Beoefenaars van de insolventiesport herinneren zich wellicht de aankondiging van een wetsvoorstel ter bestrijding van de zogenaamde lege-dozen-faillissementen, uitgaande van volksvertegenwoordiger dhr. Geens ( Parl.St. Kamer, 2020-21, 1591/001 , p. 1-19). Dit wetsvoorstel werd als ‘dringend’ omschreven gelet op de stortvloed aan faillissementen die komende was ten gevolge de corona-crisis. Het wetsvoorstel zou zelfs “ gedicteerd worden door de economische openbare orde ”.

Industrial Output Posts Fourth Consecutive Strong Gain

CFO News Room

Industrial production increased 1.1 percent in April following a 0.9 percent gain in March, a 1.0 percent increase in February, and an 0.8 percent rise in January. The gains result in a very robust 11.9

Predictive analytics: opportunities and limits for the future of finance

Jedox Finance

Predictive analytics is a discipline that’s been around in some form since the dawn of measurement. We’ve always been trying to predict the future; go back in history to look at prognosticators like Nostradamus and many other prophets.

Wheat Price Spike Fuels Inflation

CFO News Room

Wheat prices rose by the maximum amount allowed yesterday after India imposed a ban on exports. Wheat futures in Chicago were up about 6% to $12.47 a bushel, their highest level in two months. Wheat prices have shot up more than 60% this year, driven by disruptions from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

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Building a “digital operating rhythm” with OKR software


As the pandemic has fueled the growth of remote work and the pace of strategic planning, more companies are looking for greater transparency around goals and execution. Deidre Paknad, the co-founder and CEO of Workboard, is growing a business that provides just that. Our Insights High Tech & Internet Telecommunications Media & Entertainment

Today’s Mortgage Rates & Trends

CFO News Room

The rates you see here generally won’t compare directly with teaser rates you see advertised online, since those rates are cherry-picked as the most attractive.

Expand diversity among your suppliers—and add value to your organization


Companies can unlock more value in their supplier diversity programs by including higher-growth sectors and promoting diversity across the business ecosystem. Insights on Operations Purchasing & supplier management Diversity


Do You Need a Home Warranty?

CFO News Room

When you purchase a home, even a home that isn’t new, there is a very good chance that you will be offered a home warranty as a safety net against expensive, unforeseen repairs. It may sound like a great form of financial protection—but is it really the safety net that homeowners expect?

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