Pressure on publicly listed companies to publish guidance on quarterly earnings is seen by some as driving harmful short-termism through an unhealthy preoccupation with near-term profits at the expense of long-term value. Here are the arguments for and against quarterly financial reporting
With the many new demands placed on chief financial officers, the need to engender trust among stakeholders remains paramount
The role of the CFO is ever-evolving. James Booth explains what this new era of the multidiscipline strategist means and how there is more potential than ever for CFOs to be the architects of change within business
Technological disruption has been slow in capital markets, particularly regarding regulation, so how are disruptors persuading financial institutions to overcome their fears?