CFO Series: Budgets & Projections

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Tuesday, April 30, 2019 @ 8:30am 4:30pm
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Description

Executive Education's CFO Series provides a convenient, one-stop way for CFOs and those who aspire to be CFOs, to choose 40 credit hours of CPE with a single decision. The CFO Series consists of 20, two-hour topics presented by 3 different financial management veterans. Each topic and each day stands on its own. If you are not sure about making a five-day commitment, sign up for just a single day. We think you will come back for more! Topics for this 8-hour CFO Series course include Making Predictions, Becoming a Great Predictor, Creating Great Projections and Budgets, and Why Black Swan Risks Matter.

Credits

Category Amount
General 8.00

Would you prefer to receive printed materials in addition to electronic materials?

Links to the e-materials will be listed with your course registration in your account on the MSCPA website seven calendar days before the course. You will receive an e-mail when the materials are available.

If you request printed materials, they will be available for pick up at the registration desk on the date of the class. The option to request printed materials is only available up to 5 business days prior to the course date. Walk-in registrants and those registering between 1 and 5 days before the course will be sent an electronic link to the e-materials by default. “Extra” printed course materials will not be available on site. Printed materials are not available for conferences.



Leaders

John Levy

John F. Levy, MBA, CPA, is the CEO of Board Advisory, a firm that assists public companies, or companies aspiring to be public, with corporate governance, compliance, financial reporting and financial strategies. He has nine years of experience with three large public accounting firms and served as CFO of both public and private companies. John currently is on the boards of three public companies and three non-profits, serving as Chairman of one company and audit committee chair of another. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business.