Multinationals are changing with the most successful becoming global
For these companies, national borders are increasingly irrelevant and define
less and less the boundaries of corporate thinking and practice.
How does finance fit into this new agenda? And how should finance departments
transform themselves to deliver within these new structures?
In this session we answer key questions about the future of finance
* How should finance departments in global integrated enterprises separate
transaction processes and deliver them in a centralised location?
* How can medium to high end processes be concentrated into centres of
* How this can enable local finance personnel to fulfil the role of true
business partner, focusing on strategy and driving a business forward?
to listen to our experts discuss these issues (broadcast on
20/2/07 and available in our archive afterwards).
(Note: registration may be required)
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