What’s stuck on CFOs minds?
Central Europe CFO Survey
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The Deloitte CE CFO Survey is a unique collection of 8 locally tailored reports reflecting the opinions of 362 CFOs of leading companies in the Central European region. The findings are based on the third edition of a Deloitte survey undertaken in September / October 2012 in 8 countries in the region – Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Romania and Slovakia and Slovenia. All the unique reports provide fascinating insights into CFO opinions at a key moment in economic history.
"CFOs are still averse to new investments – a significant proportion of CFOs put new investments in the bottom half of their priority list."
Juraj Moravek, Partner, Audit, Deloitte Croatia
Local country insights
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Croatian CFOs are the most pessimistic with 31% of respondents expecting very high level of external financial and economic uncertainty. Croatian CFOs are the most pessimistic with 31% of respondents expecting very high level of external financial and economic uncertainty.
Polish and Slovenian CFOs noted the largest drop in confidence about the financial prospects for their companies compared to 6 months ago. Moreover Slovenian CFOs are also the most risk averse in the region. On the other hand Bulgarian CFOs are least risk averse and most optimistic regarding the increase in their companies' ability to service debt.
CFOs in Slovakia and Czech Republic have once again the most positive approach to bank financing as a source of funding.
Hungarian CFOs expect their country to return to recession in the upcoming year and Romanian CFOs are expecting talent shortages in the finance area in the upcoming year.