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The newsletter will feature thought leadership articles from 3-4 companies that are centered on a broad theme. It will be sent out to our database of senior financial executives and then re-purposed as a blog for public-facing exposure.

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    The World of Currency Risk Management Solutions

    The foreign exchange market can be a highly complex task for small-to-medium enterprises to navigate when conducting business overseas. It can also be one of the most crucial tasks of the business. Developing an effective risk-management strategy can be as critical for those businesses as having a viable business model. Indeed, in many cases a forex risk management strategy can be an integral component of the business model itself.

    Globalization has created unprecedented opportunities for companies – small, medium and large – to expand internationally. More companies are venturing into foreign markets, buying and selling goods in places long considered out of reach for all but the largest multinationals. These international ventures often create opportunities for growth, but they can also expose companies to foreign exchange risk. In a world where currencies are volatile and their movements hard to predict, profits can be wiped out in the blink of an eye.

    These international ventures often create opportunities for growth, but they can also expose companies to foreign exchange risk.

    Through no fault of their own, many businesses don’t know where to start or how to develop and execute a strategy for managing foreign exchange risk. They have neither the market intelligence, the connections to major market players, nor the trading expertise required to participate in the market effectively, at least not without direction. The purpose of this white paper is to explore the factors
    that make it beneficial to embrace a risk management strategy for foreign exchange, to offer some perspective on how to develop one, and explore Corpay’s approach to risk management in foreign exchange.

    Leading Digitalization When Failure Is Not An Option

    CFOs are stepping in to play an important role when it comes to digitalization.  As a strategist you are influencing your company’s digitalization efforts so strategic financial performance initiatives can be realized by the organization. Examples include process efficiency, operational cost reduction and sales growth and margin expansion.

    “If there is one benefit coming out of COVID it’s that many companies are jumping starting their digitalization efforts.”

    “If there is one benefit coming out of COVID it’s that many companies are jumping starting their digitalization efforts. Given CFOs are expected to provide contemporaneous information they need to be immersed in their company’s digitalization efforts. By so doing they can influence these efforts, so needed information is captured and seamlessly provided as its incurred. In this way when the CEO asks what’s the pulse of the patient the CFO has the answer in hand.”
    – John Gimpert, Conference Co-Chair & National Content Director, CFO Leadership Council

    Building Tomorrow’s Finance Team

    New skills and capabilities are required by Finance, new expectations by finance teams, and the Gen Z wave is now here.  CFOs are focused on creating cultures that promote individuality, reinvention, and adaptiveness.  CFOs are rethinking their strategies and approaches to rebuild their finance talent model. A key objective is to attract, engage and retain Gen Z to build the next wave of finance leaders.

    “Successful CFO’s are team builders.”

    “Some CFOs tend to focus on the “new generation”. It’s important to understand generational differences. Successful CFO’s are team builders. Which means being capabilities focused, creating a supportive, performance-driven culture and getting all generations of the team working seamlessly.  The best teams I have seen have a united mindset that’s Zen like”
    – John Gimpert, Conference Co-Chair & National Content Director, CFO Leadership Council

    The CFO Leadership Council is a community dedicated to empowering finance leaders to grow and thrive. We provide insights needed to overcome any challenge you may face and meaningful connectivity to a dynamic community of your peers.

    What began as a close-knit experiment back in 2006 is now a global community, 2000+ members and 28 chapters strong.  The CFO Leadership Council offers both live & online programs that feature expert panels and interactive sessions that drive meaningful conversation and leadership development. Our collection of leadership development resources contains pragmatic insights and advice sourced directly from our members and industry experts.