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  1. CFO Council

    This Council serves as a forum for senior executives who share common functional responsibilities, including but not limited to, a varied mix of the following: finance, tax, audit, treasury, accounting, and controller, as well as other internal services.

  2. CFO Council: Fortune 250

    This Council is one of the most prestigious forums that exist for bringing together CFOs of multinational companies to discuss current issues and challenges. Because of the confidentiality that governs the meetings, members develop a incredible trust.

  3. Chief Audit Executives Council

    This council, for heads of internal audit, explores a range of issues that enhance members' ability to monitor and assess business processes and risks. The confidential forum encourages intimate dialogue and relationship building.

  4. Corporate Controllers Council

    The Corporate Controller is a pivotal position in the financial organization of any enterprise and today's Corporate Controller has to be more of a thinker with honed accounting, technology, analytical and leadership skills.

  5. Corporate Treasurers Council

    The US Council provides a forum for corporate treasurers to engage in candid, off-the-record discussions that explore topics relevant to the members. Members value the confidential setting and the level of strategic conversation that develops at meetings.

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  1. Global Business Services Council

    The Global Business Services Council is one of the first communities focused on serving the specific needs of the senior-most leaders in the US working across business functions on a global basis.

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  1. HR M&A Council

    The success of every deal depends on the people issues. HR Executives who participate in M&A need specific skills and expertise, beginning with due diligence through integration.

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  1. Intelligent Automation Executives Council

    With proven benefits from robotic process automation, businesses are exploring artificial intelligence applications, often within an overall digital transformation. Join other leaders accountable for exploring, adopting or scaling intelligent automation.

  2. IT Audit Leaders Council

    As information has become companies’ most valuable asset, IT systems are central to business processes and value creation. IT auditors contribute vital skills and knowledge to internal audit to provide assurance to the board and senior management.

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  1. Mergers & Acquisitions Executives Council

    Allows senior-most executives involved in mergers and acquisitions to share best practices to help their companies’ M&A activities fuel top and bottom line growth. Members value the confidential dialogue, expert speakers and benchmarking opportunities.

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  1. Strategy & Transformation Council

    The Council is a peer-to-peer networking group comprised of the most Senior Strategy Executives with global / multiple-countries / business unit responsibility, based in EMEA.

  2. Supplier Diversity Leadership Council

    The Council meets three times a year to discuss the challenges that face supply chain organizations. Members are heads of the supplier diversity practice in their companies. They value the confidential forum and benchmarking opportunities.