CFO 2022: Challenges and Opportunities

2022 Will Be Different From 2021

Needless to say, 2020 was a challenging year. COVID-19 and its ramifications were felt
throughout the world in every household, industry, and business.

If digital transformation was once an afterthought, today it is at the forefront of organizations’
adjustment to modern times. The virus has only increased the need for change and
adaptation. This extends to the office of the CFO- from managing and analyzing finances,
the CFO is now expected to additionally serve as a strategic advisor and right-hand man to the CEO.

So, what are the primary concerns the CFO should acknowledge this upcoming year, and
how can they be addressed?