CFO Confidence Dips In February, Amid Rising Inflation Fears

StrategicCFO360’s latest poll of U.S. CFOs shows optimism for a near-term recovery, but confidence ebbed slightly in February on concerns over inflation and the impact of government aid programs.

Bank CFO on PPP: ‘We Had To Learn On The Fly’

PCSB's Jeff Helf talks PPP challenges and rewards, and how the program gave the community bank an edge over big bank competitors.

Longing To See 2020 In Hindsight

There's no vaccine for volatility, so, despite the calendar year turning over, executives will have to learn to live with ambiguity for a while longer. A few tips.

Smart Moves Early On Helped Lendmark Weather Pandemic

When the liquidity market tightened, CFO David Neaves was able to reassure investors that the firm would not need to tap the spigot for at least nine months.

Urban Cowboy Zell Believes In The Future Of The City Core

Iconic real-estate investor predicts a return to the office — but likes industrial distribution in the meantime.

Just Another Day For Longtime Costco CFO

Richard Galanti shares how the big-box giant has fared in the pandemic and the decisions made both before and during that helped it thrive in a crisis.


Slide In CFO Confidence Accelerates In October As Concerns Over Labor,...

New poll by StrategicCFO360 shows CFO outlook for business in 2022 continued to slide in October, as concerns over inflation, labor shortages, supply chain volatility and political tension mount.


CFOs Say Better Use Of Data Needed To Push Innovation, New Poll Reveals

Nearly three-quarters of CFOs polled say their company aspires to outperform peers in the race for insightful data, but only 33 percent believe they’re currently ahead of the competition.