Companies bedeviled by losses from corruption, misappropriation of assets and financial statement fraud can call on internal auditors for solutions, but the internal audit team must have not only technical skills, but also be able to leverage analytics
Expertise in accounting, finance, and strategy is no longer enough. In today’s evolving and disruptive business environment, CFOs must also ask the right questions, develop a culture committed to mitigating risk, and be able to shift gears quickly
Whether they are in China, Europe or the US, what keeps CFOs sleepless hours are not cybersecurity threats or customer complaints, but worries about the people they work with, specifically their work teams. Some tips on dealing with these common worries
At French electric utility Engie, no one in the procurement function can give or receive gifts at all. Not every company is as stringent, particularly in Asia, where gift-giving is a cultural practice. How can finance make sure gifts received or given are not bribes?
Christmas is just round the corner and marketing departments and others in the business are readying presents for clients, partners and even government officials. How can finance make sure this year’s gift-giving does not violate anti-bribery laws?
In a new US study, 40% of finance and accounting professionals say managers never talk to them about career goals and expectations and what it takes to meet them. That’s worrying, because career path discussions improve employee satisfaction -- and retention