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AAFCPAs’ Matthew Boyle to Present CFO Survey Report Findings on Issues Top of Mind for NPFM

AAFCPAs, in collaboration with FEI-Boston, conducted a survey of over 250 CFOs in an effort to capture what issues are currently ‘top of mind’ for senior financial executives in the Northeast region of the United States. We asked CFOs to provide their thoughts, opinions, and experiences in an effort to glean insight into how the role may be evolving, and why. AAFCPAs’ Partner Matthew Boyle, MBA will ruminate on the findings of this survey in an interactive discussion with members of the Nonprofit Financial Managers (NPFM) forum, in Boston on September 27th.

Matthew will share valuable insights into the minds of finance professionals regarding the changing roles and responsibilities of today’s CFO, including:

  1. Success in the position is closely tied to the relationship with the CEO/executive leadership.
  2. There are growing expectations from diverse organizational constituencies.
  3. CFOs are having more of an impact across departmental lines.
  4. CFOs currently struggle the most with human resource issues, combined with challenges in accessing meaningful data, on-demand.

When: 
Thursday, September 27th, 2018
12:00PM – 1:30PM

Where:
United South End Settlements
566 Columbus Ave., Boston, MA

Matthew presented a similar session at AAFCPAs’ Nonprofit Educational Seminar in May 2017. The session is available as a 10 minute podcast for download to your computer or smart phone.  Listen to the Podcast >>

About the Author

Matthew Boyle
Matthew Boyle brings strategic business insight to the AAFCPAs Partner team.  As the firm’s Chief Marketing Officer, he is the leader of the brand and focuses on AAFCPAs’ client experience, ensuring the authenticity of the value proposition across all practice areas.  Matthew joined AAFCPAs in 2013 and has 13 years of diverse experience in public accounting and professional services consulting.  He closely monitors the needs of AAFCPAs’ client base, and continuously studies trends on the changing role of the CFO to ensure the firm fulfills its promise to provide the highest quality assurance, tax, and consulting solutions to buyers who appreciate exceptional value.