Next London #CFOdebate – 23rd May 2019

Decoding the finance automation hype… I need a plan, not a pitch!

This premium event featuring a lively debate with four leading CFOs, chaired by Christopher Argent, founder of Generation CFO who’s transformation projects include John Lewis, Amazon and Vodafone. The panel will reveal simple changes we need to make and where our focus needs to be, to move fast and to remain relevant.

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Our expert opener will be Nick Read, CFO and Business Transformation Director who will lay bare the finance transformation and automation journey, the practicalities and hard truths.

  • Reality check – the reality of the finance journey thus far!
  • Are CFOs equipped to lead transformation?
  • What are the practicalities of modern finance transformation?

Nick has works at some great companies, on tough projects, including Harper Collins, Fujitsu, Warner Music Jenny Craig and trained at Deloitte.  Nick will be joined by Virgin Experience CFO Christian Jennings and tech startup CFO Simon Cole.

Past panellists include CFOs and senior managers from leading companies like Starbucks, Deliveroo, Worldpay, BMW, Tesco, Vodafone, AON and many more innovators. And our guests are from a range of companies from start-up, SME and FTSE 250.

We have a great venue overlooking the west end of London, and we will be having drinks and nibbles, plenty of great networking, as well as launching season two of our podcast series on the night.

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Technology Sponsor – Formulate Consulting – Platinum European partners for Adaptive Insights

Recruitment Sponsor – Systems Accountants – Exclusively Financial/Accounting Technology and Transformation.

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