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Bank of America named Bruce Thompson chief financial officer. He replaces Chuck Noski, who will become vice chairman of the banking giant.
Thompson will succeed Noski as CFO by the end of the second quarter.
The former chief financial officer of Freddie Mac will probably face civil charges for his role in the collapse of the mortgage giant.
Anthony Piszel abruptly resigned as CFO of CoreLogic, after receiving a Wells notice from the Securities and Exchange Commission staff in connection with certain disclosure matters during Piszel's tenure at Freddie Mac from November 2006 to September 2008.
The former chief financial officer and founder and former CEO of Vitesse Semiconductor were charged for their roles in an accounting and securities fraud scheme.
Louis Tomasetta, the co-founder and former CEO and former CFO and Executive Vice President Eugene Hovanec , were charged with securities fraud, making false entries in the books and records of a corporation, making false filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission and conspiracy for their roles in a scheme to manipulate Vitesse's reported financial statements, according to Preet Bharara, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
Although chief financial officers, risk managers, and other corporate executives recognize the importance of strategic risk management, many are as yet unable to put it into full practice and linking it effectively with overall corporate strategy is a still-elusive goal.
It's all about the cash flow.
The biggest concern among chief financial officers these days is cash flow. Not the economy, not jobs, not health care, not the elections.
Posted by dbedell in working capital, SAP, return on investment, innovation, days' sales outstanding, CIOs, chief financial officer, CFO, Cash, biztech, AT Kearney
CFOs and CIOs have very different priorities when it comes to IT spend, and that dichotomy is not likely to change any time soon, even as IT budgets are starting to once again increase.
After being slashed to almost nil during the height of the crisis for many corporations across sector and size, IT budgets are beginning to rise.