The Australian Financial Review CFO Live summit. Proudly supported by The Group of 100.
Having navigated business disruptions, CFOs are seizing opportunities for growth, capability and value creation for a post-pandemic business landscape. New opportunities are opening up, there’s increased demand for accessing markets, and finance chiefs are reshaping their organisations for the future.
Earlier this year, the Diversity & Inclusion Working Group held its first session for members. It was a panel session looking at the journeys of three CFOs, three of only a handful of women who have successfully navigated their way to become CFOs in listed Australian companies.
G100 together with Oracle: Cyber security – CFOs can’t take a back seat
‘Cyber security – CFOs can’t take a back seat’ webinar in association with Oracle. The true extent of cybercrime is under-reported, and the risks and impacts can be underestimated by finance professionals.
How do businesses and their professional advisers connect the dots between climate science, climate public policy, insurance, climate risk governance, and an understanding of climate reporting and legal obligations?
G100 Virtual Forum on Sustainable Finance: latest trends, resources, and challenges
The Group of 100 (G100) is delighted to invite you and members of your team to the G100’s virtual forum on Sustainable Finance: latest trends, resources and challenges. This forum has been organised by the G100’s Sustainability working group.
Future of Work – Remote working and impacts on future of the finance function
COVID-19 is changing the way we work. As we continue to experience snap and extended lockdowns, businesses are working through a constantly changing environment and dealing with the impact this has on their finance teams and the culture of remote working.
This topic is of critical importance to all those working in finance. A recent survey from Oliver Wyman points out that women represent just 20% of the financial sector worldwide. The percentage is higher on entry-level, but it drops when we look at the rate of women in leadership positions (C-level).