Weight of the World:The Changing Role of Private Equity CFOs@weight>
The roles of PE CFOs are evolving as they help lead their organizations through unprecedented risks, including tumultuous macroeconomic environments and unpredictable regulatory landscapes. Today's executives are balancing a broader array of responsibilities than ever before. These responsibilities span from technology developments to regulatory assessments and more.
We surveyed CFOs in Europe and the US to understand the shifting demands on their time and how they are meeting those demands to ensure success. The survey, conducted by Mergermarket on behalf of S&P Global Market Intelligence, included 30 chief financial officers (CFOs) divided equally between US and Western European private equity (PE) firms with at least US $2bn assets under management (AUM).
Dowload the whitepaper to learn:
- How the nature of the CFO's role as a strategic leader is changing over time
- The most important factors driving the evolution of the role to include broader responsibilities
- How pressures including higher stakeholder expectations, greater use of technology, and increased competition are driving changes in CFO's outlooks
- What the survey respondents think it takes to be a successful PE CFO .