CFO Council
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About the Council

The CFO role continues to evolve beyond the three traditional pillars—reporting, liquidity, and optimizing economic returns. In close partnership with the C-suite, today’s CFO provides critical insight to the executive leadership team and the board from strategic planning to enterprise risk. CFO’s lead large, diverse organizations and strategic initiatives such as digital transformation and data analytics. Given the complexity of the role, leveraging a network of peers from a wide range of sectors enables sharing of practices, ideas, and methods.


  • Macroeconomic trends
  • Geopolitical environment
  • Corporate strategy
  • ESG related topics

Who Should Join?

CFO of a company with annual sales of at least $2 billion and have responsibility for the company's global, enterprise-wide finance function. No not-for-profit, government agencies, public accounting firms, or financial services organizations.

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Mark Rogus

Meet your Program Director

Mark Rogus

Program Director, CFO Council, Corporate Treasurers Council and the Financial Planning and Analysis Council, The Conference Board

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