Current Developments and Best Practices for Today's CFOs and Controllers Webcast
Oct 24 8:00 - 4:00 p.m.
2-Other; 2-Other; 2-Other; 2-Other CPE Credits
In today’s rapidly changing world, finance professionals are required to wear many hats and are often the keys to the organization’s success. On one hand, they need to be abreast of the latest proven financial skills for making the best decisions, and on the other hand they need the best skills to motivate, manage, and lead people. Being pigeon-holed into one area or another is neither good for career building nor for the good of the organization. This reality has proven to be even more true with the advent of COVID-19. This course is designed to give the CFO and controller the skills needed to lead their organizations into the rapidly changing decade, and also redesigned to concentrate on what we have learned from the pandemic. Another unique aspect of this course is its constant evolution. We know change is occurring at an exponential rate, and that has proven to be the case in all areas of finance, management, and leadership over the past year. The course deals with these new issues and will continue to be updated as necessary throughout the year. Highlights
Leadership and management changes as a result of the pandemic
Expense control that works.
Understanding our changing workforce and working environment
Financial risk analysis
Enterprise risk management
Metrics and benchmarking
Improving bank relationships and borrowing
PICPA Member: $285 Nonmember: $385
Experience in financial management of a small or midsize company
Princeton Consulting Group
Arthur G. Pulis, MBA
Arthur G. Pulis has been active in seminars for both the banking and finance
professions and has conducted training in most of the United States, in addition
to several international locations including Tibet, Nepal, India, and Dubai.
During his career he has received many distinguished speaking and training
awards, including top honors for several state CPA societies.
Pulis started his career on Wall Street at the Bank of New York and was also
active in commercial lending at another bank in the New York area. He then
joined Horizon Bankcorp in western New Jersey where he started and operated what
became the world’s largest yacht finance company.
Pulis earned his undergraduate and MBA degrees from Colgate University and
New York University.