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Praise for The Essential CFO: A Corporate Finance Playbook
"The Essential CFO is essential reading for any CFO, new or long-tenured. It is a thorough, clear, and sophisticated road map, more needed in these complex times than ever." Peter A. Weinberg, founding Partner, Perella Weinberg Partners, former CEO of Goldman Sachs International
"The Essential CFO provides a practical toolkit for the modern finance executive. Having served both public and private companies, I know this book will be an invaluable resource for finance professionals in all organizations." Oren Klein, VP Finance, Advance Publications, Inc.
"A must-read for every new CFO or aspiring financial leader. This playbook is filled with practical insights to help you perform efficiently and effectively." Jeff Hall, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Express Scripts, Inc.
"Insightfully captures demands on today's global CFO." E. Peter McLean, Chairman, Global Financial Officer Practice, Korn/Ferry International
Bruce Nolop retired in 2011 after a 35-year career as an investment banker and corporate executive, including more than a decade as chief financial officer of Pitney Bowes and E*TRADE Financial. He has been a board member of Marsh & McLennan since January 2008 and currently serves on the audit, compliance and risk, finance, and corporate responsibility committees.
Mr. Nolop's own experience lends credibility to the current roles of CFO's within a business.
This book will help to frame the common yet difficult questions that our financial leaders face daily in frameworks that lend themselves to effective decision making.
The Essential CFO proves an invaluable resource to anyone who aspires to be a CFO, both currently or in the future.
I wish I could have read it earlier!
Not recommend to someone without Fin/Acct background.
a lot of obvious advice what cfo shoul think about etc - those advices are very obvious
not enough concrete examples and recommendations
For a leave in today's fast paced financial world, the ability to make rapid and effective decisions in the face of complex situations is an absolutely essential skill. Read morePublished on June 3, 2012 by Dane Bratz