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Finance functions hurt by 'talent crisis'

Deloitte finds 'gulf' between needs and available finance talent

The battle to find, recruit and retain talented individuals is hurting
corporate finance functions, according to new research from
Deloitte.

The firm found there is a deep gulf between where the finance department
needs go and the talent it has to get it there.

A worldwide survey of senior financial executives, conducted by Deloitte with
the Economist Intelligence Unit – ‘The Finance
Talent Challenge,’ found efforts to attract, keep and develop high performers is
not a chief priority.

Worringly, only one third of CFOs surveyed say they have a recruitment
strategy for finance at all.

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