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Cedar Partners with the AICPA & CIMA Finance Transformation Conference, London

Cedar is delighted to sponsor the AICPA & CIMA Finance Transformation Conference in London on 19-20th November.The conference is content-driven, information-led and designed to help finance leaders adapt to the rapidly transforming business and digital environment. The conference will cover exclusive ground-breaking research from the AICPA & CIMA thought leadership report, called ‘Accounting in extraordinary times: the future of finance’, which is being released in Q4 this year. The report forms part of a year-long worldwide project with CFOs led by AICPA & CIMA to identify the future direction and form of the finance function. Aligned closely with this research, the event will further help to demystify the application of digital within finance. Some of the speakers so far, consist of:Stuart Pemble - VP Global Finance, Thomson ReutersDoug Bonthrone - Former Director, Global Services Strategy & CFO, Bottling Investments, The Coca-Cola CompanyAngelika Zacher - Global Finance Lead, Mondelez InternationalWill James - Head of Finance Transformation, AmTrust InternationalNeil Morling - CFO, Slater and GordonChristopher Argent - BI and Analytics Programme Lead, VodafoneMustafa Ozgul - CFO, Domino’s PizzaEmilie Alba -  Finance Transformation Lead, CMA-CGMCarol Holmes-Pearce - Head of Finance Transformation, Secure Trust BankFrantisek Rozdalovsky - Global Transformation Lead, UCBDuring the conference there will be plenty of opportunities for networking alongside the chance to benchmark your transformation journey and progress your knowledge and expertise on designing the future function. The four key themes covered during the two day conference are as follows:Changing Mandate: defining the future vision.Changing Technology: application of AI, RPA, NLP etc.Changing Shape of Function: designing the target operating model.Changing Skills and Competences: future skillset of the CFO and finance professional.Click to view fullClick to view full agenda and list of expert speakers.As an official partner, Cedar has a limited number of complimentary event passes available for finance professionals in our network. Please contact Adam Bowman on 0203 002 8050 for more information or register now. Passes are subject to validation.

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Cedar is delighted to sponsor the AICPA & CIMA Finance Transformation Conference in London on 19-20th November.

The conference is content-driven, information-led and designed to help finance leaders adapt to the rapidly transforming business and digital environment. The conference will cover exclusive ground-breaking research from the AICPA & CIMA thought leadership report, called ‘Accounting in extraordinary times: the future of finance’, which is being released in Q4 this year. The report forms part of a year-long worldwide project with CFOs led by AICPA & CIMA to identify the future direction and form of the finance function. 

Aligned closely with this research, the event will further help to demystify the application of digital within finance. Some of the speakers so far, consist of:


Stuart Pemble - VP Global Finance, Thomson Reuters

Doug Bonthrone - Former Director, Global Services Strategy & CFO, Bottling Investments, The Coca-Cola Company

Angelika Zacher - Global Finance Lead, Mondelez International

Will James - Head of Finance Transformation, AmTrust International

Neil Morling - CFO, Slater and Gordon

Christopher Argent - BI and Analytics Programme Lead, Vodafone

Mustafa Ozgul - CFO, Domino’s Pizza

Emilie Alba -  Finance Transformation Lead, CMA-CGM

Carol Holmes-Pearce - Head of Finance Transformation, Secure Trust Bank

Frantisek Rozdalovsky - Global Transformation Lead, UCB


During the conference there will be plenty of opportunities for networking alongside the chance to benchmark your transformation journey and progress your knowledge and expertise on designing the future function. The four key themes covered during the two day conference are as follows:

Changing Mandate: defining the future vision.
Changing Technology: application of AI, RPA, NLP etc.
Changing Shape of Function: designing the target operating model.
Changing Skills and Competences: future skillset of the CFO and finance professional.Click to view full

Click to view full agenda and list of expert speakers.

As an official partner, Cedar has a limited number of complimentary event passes available for finance professionals in our network. Please contact Adam Bowman on 0203 002 8050 for more information or register now. Passes are subject to validation.

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