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The post pandemic outlook

How are today’s CFOs re-thinking finance priorities in a post-pandemic world?

Key findings
at a glance

During the pandemic, the most common challenges organizations faced were related to low customer demand, issues with working capital, liquidity, cash flow and supply chain continuity, and a slowdown in customers’ decision- making.

In 2022, other challenges have taken a front seat due to the current macroeconomic situation, characterized by record-high inflation, an impending recessionary environment, and geo-political instability, driving CFOs to re-think their perspectives.

In 2022, talent issues such as attrition, hiring and skills shortages have emerged as the top roadblocks in the transformation journeys of organizations

~ 65% of CFOs consider accessibility to stable funding as extremely important in driving a successful change initiative

More than 70% of CFOs acknowledge “implementing digital technologies to improve efficiency, effectiveness and stakeholder experience” as their topmost priority

More than 60% CFOs are prioritizing building a robust compliance and risk management practice

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About the survey

To understand how CFOs’ roles and business imperatives are evolving, Everest Group conducted a global survey covering the perspectives of finance leaders from major organizations across geographies and industries.







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