Cfo Agenda
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  • Author:by Howard Bentwood

Cedar partners with the CFO Agenda 2016

Cedar is delighted to be partnering with the 2016 edition of the CFO Agenda.Taking place on Tuesday 28th June at the Waldorf Hilton Hotel in London, Financial Director’s annual flagship conference attracts more than 70 handpicked Blue Chip CFOs and FDs, along with more than 25 high-level speakers and influential thinkers.The conference’s keynote speeches will come from Sir Clive Woodward, The Rugby World Cup-winning head coach and Team GB director of sport, who will provide rare insight into people management and driving culture, and Alistair Darling will discuss his experiences as the former Chancellor of the Exchequer and his thoughts on the impending EU Referendum’s impact upon UK business.The day-long event is designed to inspire finance leaders to tackle new and emerging risks, stay ahead of economic changes, build strategies and maximise opportunities through the strategies of key business leaders.This year’s themes are “Culture. Strategy. Change”. CFOs and Finance Directors will be brought up to speed on the emerging finance trajectory for the next 12 months, including:-New industry opportunities and risks- Guidance on implementing new business strategies at a high level and in an exclusive environment- What the Brexit referendum means for you and your business- The CFO’s pivotal role in corporate and management culture- Mitigating tax versus reputation – Do companies have a duty to avoid tax?Topics range from maximising the use of data, to reconfiguring how CFOs and Finance Directors think about risk management. The programme will also focus on how a company can maintain fluid but robust governance processes, as well as exploring the importance of the sustainability promise. Full agenda Panellists include; Meg Hillier, MP and Chair of the influential Public Accounts Committee, Jolyon Maugham QC, Simon Henry, Chief Financial Officer of Royal Dutch Shell, and Stephen Herring, Head of Taxation at the Institute of Directors.

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Cedar is delighted to be partnering with the 2016 edition of the CFO Agenda.Taking place on Tuesday 28th June at the Waldorf Hilton Hotel in London, Financial Director’s annual flagship conference attracts more than 70 handpicked Blue Chip CFOs and FDs, along with more than 25 high-level speakers and influential thinkers.The conference’s keynote speeches will come from Sir Clive Woodward, The Rugby World Cup-winning head coach and Team GB director of sport, who will provide rare insight into people management and driving culture, and Alistair Darling will discuss his experiences as the former Chancellor of the Exchequer and his thoughts on the impending EU Referendum’s impact upon UK business.The day-long event is designed to inspire finance leaders to tackle new and emerging risks, stay ahead of economic changes, build strategies and maximise opportunities through the strategies of key business leaders.This year’s themes are “Culture. Strategy. Change”. CFOs and Finance Directors will be brought up to speed on the emerging finance trajectory for the next 12 months, including:-New industry opportunities and risks- Guidance on implementing new business strategies at a high level and in an exclusive environment- What the Brexit referendum means for you and your business- The CFO’s pivotal role in corporate and management culture- Mitigating tax versus reputation – Do companies have a duty to avoid tax?Topics range from maximising the use of data, to reconfiguring how CFOs and Finance Directors think about risk management. The programme will also focus on how a company can maintain fluid but robust governance processes, as well as exploring the importance of the sustainability promise. Full agenda Panellists include; Meg Hillier, MP and Chair of the influential Public Accounts Committee, Jolyon Maugham QC, Simon Henry, Chief Financial Officer of Royal Dutch Shell, and Stephen Herring, Head of Taxation at the Institute of Directors.

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