In response to new challenges and higher expectations, chief financial officers are taking on an expanded and increasingly active role, according to a survey of 1,600 senior financial executives by global consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton and CFO Research Services.
These "activist" CFOs are working more closely with boards of directors, helping to shape corporate strategy and serving as trusted advisors -- and sometimes successors -- to the chief executive, Booz Allen reported.
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