CFO (Chief Financial Officer)
CFO (Chief Financial Officer) is a corporate title for the person responsible for managing the
company's financial operations. In many companies, the CFO is also the treasurer.
Because managing quarterly results depends on bookkeeping skills, the CFO is often seen as the
second most important person in the company, after the CEO.
See also: CEO and
This was last updated in March 2008
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