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About CFO Radio

“CFOradio is the only Radio Show that explores the passion of today’s CFO and examines the innermost thoughts of the financial world.” 

CFOradio, hosted by Lorraine Chilvers,  is a 30-45 minute interview-style radio show with CFOs from public and private companies sharing their innermost thoughts about their role as CFO and the finance function.

Guests include CFOs from multi-national companies whose focus is on international markets. Due to the importance of small businesses to the U.S. economy, our guests will also include CFOs of small businesses which, “Represent 99.7% of all employer firms,” and, “Who have generated 64% of net new jobs over the past 15 years.” (1)  CFOs explain their background and experiences which led to their current role, what it took to become the CFO they are today and the changing role of the CFO. Real-life stories highlighting lessons learned and battle scars obtained are uncovered. The role of the CFO is a challenging one, ever-growing and becoming more regulated over time. Compliance is a daily challenge and, as all leaders in today’s world know, success depends upon recruiting and retaining the right talent. We expand upon the need for timely and accurate reporting as well as the control structure and information systems needed in today’s world. We examine how to create efficient processes and working capital improvement. Further, we address the needs for capital and financing and how to overcome this challenge.

Each CFO will each be asked their “Tip of the Month”.

Not only will these discussions serve to promote the professionalism of the CFOs of today, those featured in the radio shows will act as role models for the CFOs of tomorrow.

This new radio show will be broadcast via the internet, taped and aired “live” with an archived podcast available via the internet. www.CFOradio.com is the new way to reach a new audience. The audience is business executives, CFOs, the finance profession at large and students seeking to gain thought leadership from today’s financial leaders.

Footnotes:

(1)    Small Business Administration.     The Office of  Advocacy defines a small business for research purposes as an independent business having fewer than 500 employees.