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Elements: Truth

The CFO Agenda


All business leaders are paid to have informed opinions. But CFOs are the leaders that others depend on to be the voice of reason. No matter what, CFOs are committed to finding and sharing the truth.

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Compliance programs: What separates "good enough" from "great"?
Explore the building blocks of a world-class program that not only protects an organization from internal and external threats, but also enhances its brand and strengthens its relationships with multiple stakeholders.

Financial statements: Framing your judgment calls
Equipped with a formal framework, finance chiefs can help avoid once-in-a-lifetime events that could sideline a company or cost heavily in terms of time, reputation, and at worst, regulatory scrutiny, fines, and restricted access to capital.

The Case for vetting global business partners
CFOs should consider potential areas to strengthen their companies’ compliance programs.

CFO article archive: Financial accounting and reporting
Deloitte writes and compiles a regular stream of CFO-centric content and timely features, including research, topical digests, perspectives, and insights and technical analyses, in a special section of CFO Journal, an online publication from The Wall Street Journal.

CFO article archive: Governance, regulatory & risk
Deloitte writes and compiles a regular stream of CFO-centric content and timely features, including research, topical digests, perspectives, and insights and technical analyses, in a special section of CFO Journal, an online publication from The Wall Street Journal.

CFO SignalsTM: Quarterly CFO survey
This quarterly survey tracks the thinking and actions of leading CFOs – representing North America’s largest and most influential companies – and explores top-tier CFO issues across five areas: career, company, economy, finance organization and industry.

Gaining financial visibility into your project portfolio
Project portfolio management, unlike traditional project management tools, can enable more effective integration of finance into projects-from tax-effective allocation of resources to assessment of risk.

Anti-corruption programs: Is yours up to snuff?
For CFOs, it's important to have a robust anti-corruption program in place – and have evidence that the program is operating effectively.

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