The CFO as Chief Future Officer - October 19th & 20th, 2015 - Conrad Hotel - New York
October 19th & 20th, 2015 | Conrad Hotel, New York
 
The CFO as Chief Future Officer

We invite you to join Proformative and a world-class roster of speakers for CFO Dimensions 2015 at the beautiful Conrad Hotel in New York City. The “chief future officer” is tasked with managing risk, identifying opportunities, understanding predictability, driving innovation, and planning for the long-game. Together we will examine the role of today’s multi-dimensional CFO as visionary, strategist and innovator responsible for overseeing the financial health and future of the enterprises they lead.

KEYNOTE

Mike Dinsdale, CFO, DocuSign

Mike Dinsdale
CFO, DocuSign Inc.

“ Leadership is the capability to translate vision into reality. The CFO needs to empower the organization by serving in the role of Chief Future officer to help define the vision and create the reality of what their company is and needs to become. Doing so will help deliver long term shareholder value. I look forward to sharing what I have learned throughout this amazing journey with my colleagues. I am honored to deliver the keynote for such an influential group of finance leaders as those who will be attending Proformative’s CFO Dimensions conference. ”

Day 1:
Monday, October 19
Workshop Sessions (optional)
9:30am-5pm
Welcome Reception
6-8pm
Day 2:
Tuesday, October 20
Registration / Breakfast - Exhibit Hall
7:30am-9am
Main Conference
9am-7pm

The hotel is fully booked for the days of the conference, except the suites in our block. Reserve your room soon!

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Learn from the innovators: Expert corporate finance practitioners sharing their experiences, insights and best practices
 
Network with an elite group of executives: every CFO Dimensions attendee is vetted to ensure their qualifications as a corporate finance practitioner
 
Give Back: Share knowledge with the corporate finance community — give your colleagues the benefit of your experience
 
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