<b><i>The Conference Board CEO Challenge</b></i><sup>®</sup> 2016: CFO Strategic Implications
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The Conference Board CEO Challenge® 2016: CFO Strategic Implications

Weak global economic growth, currency and energy volatility, and the potential for higher interest rates and rising wages will likely put an even tighter squeeze on corporate profits, while a rising tide of geopolitical conflict in 2016 will continue to contribute to uncertainty. Chief financial officers can guide their companies through tumultuous times including China’s volatile economy by staying growth oriented, ensuring internal processes maximize efficiency, keeping ahead of corporate tax reforms and their impacts, focusing on talent costs, and growing the sustainability portfolio. All of this is detailed within this report, based on responses to our annual CEO Challenge survey.

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