Geopolitical changes are affecting all businesses. Knowing how to best prepare and react to them is critical for finance executives, particularly these days when things seem to be moving very rapidly.
As Brexit day approaches (March 29, 2019), it is important for businesses to be ready for various scenarios and make contingency plans. It is expected that Brexit will affect businesses in six ways: supply chains, compliance with regulation, talent, innovation, currency volatility, and sales.
This roundtable discussion will focus on how CFOs are preparing for geopolitical disruptions this year including Brexit.
Array (  => Alissa Cadigan - RSM US  => Anthony DeGraw - Domain Domain Services  => Ashley Sarohkian - Capital One  => Ashwin Rao - Collabera  => Badri Nittoor - eureQa  => Benjamin Novak - Morgan Lewis  => Bin Guan - Yorktel  => Blake Goodman - JLL  => Blake Roberts - BDO  => Bret Morgan - CoWerking  => Christina Giglio - Robert Half  => Edward O'Connell - Withum  => Hitesh Ramani - Deloitte  => Jennifer Lee - Edison Partners  => John Genovese - Pivotal Labs  => Joshua Goldberg - Nath, Goldberg and Meyer  => Kevin Askew - TechXtend  => Kevin Richards - Princeton Identity  => Kristen Whelan - ADP  => Leah Dell'Aquila - Mission50  => Marc McCabe - Crystal & Company  => Matt De Jesus - Flexential  => Michael Dietze - TierPoint  => Michael Galkin - VoiceNext  => Michelle Capezza - Epstein Becker & Green  => Mike Funk - TenFour  => Mike Profit - WorkWave  => Moreen Beshara - EY  => Parag Pruthi - Niksun  => Pavita Howe - Rutgers University  => Phil Antoon - Alvarez & Marsal  => Phil Kennard - Futurestay  => Phil Romero - Grant Thornton  => Richard Cleaveland - Eisner Amper  => Scott Cowan - DLA Piper  => Steven Malen - Integrative Care Alliance  => Tim Dluoik - KPMG  => Timur Pakay - FDU  => Tor Alden - HS Design  => Vijay Aluwalia - Edward Jones )