Your guide to become a Chief Finance Officer in Malaysia

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Who is a Chief Finance Officer?

Today’s Chief Officer (CFO) is a lot more complex than it used to be. Their job is to do more under greater scrutiny while doing it with fewer resources. An average day for someone in a CFO role might include budget meetings, planning, evaluating risk, cu

Today’s Chief Officer (CFO) is a lot more complex than it used to be. Their job is to do more under greater scrutiny while doing it with fewer resources. An average day for someone in a CFO role might include budget meetings, planning, evaluating risk, cultivating strategic partnerships, managing talent, and possibly even working on new acquisitions. Their roles can vary depending on the size of the company and industry they work for but generally they are the advisor, the leader, and th...

Today’s Chief Officer (CFO) is a lot more complex than it used to be. Their job is to do more under greater scrutiny while doing it with fewer resources. An average day for someone in a CFO role might include budget meetings, planning, evaluating risk, cultivating strategic partnerships, managing talent, and possibly even working on new acquisitions. Their roles can vary depending on the size of the company and industry they work for but generally they are the advisor, the leader, and the strategist of the company.

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The pros and cons of being a Chief Finance Officer:

Pros

High salary and attractive benefits

It is the highest-ranking financial position in a company/organisation

Employment options are varied and aplenty

Cons

Requires 10+ Years of experience

Competitive job market

Requires postgraduate education

Job may require you to relocate

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