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CFOs of Tomorrow Will Gather at the Middle East CFO Forum by Marcus Evans

Scheduled to take place on the 13th and 14th of May 2012 in Dubai,  Marcus Evans brings together CFOs of tomorrow from the Middle East to facilitate and encourage the sharing of ideas and practical advice in the 4thAnnual Middle East CFO conference.

Attendees will have the opportunity to discover the latest trends and interact personally with the experts in the region from the Ministry of Finance, UAE, The Association for Accountants and Financial Professionals in Business (IMA), UAE, Orascom Development Holding, Switzerland, Dubai Properties Group, UAE, Arabian Cement Company, Egypt, Oman Refreshment Company, Oman, G4S, UAE, Baniyas Holding, UAE, Al-Rajhi Construction, UAEand General Electric International, UAE among others to enhance the knowledge of a divine CFO regime to capture the maximum value of financial disciplines , enterprise risk management and profitability.

A big highlight at this conference is having Mr Alp Burak Beder , the Performance Management Advisor of the Ministry of Finance, UAE who comments, “Due to the stormy nature of the recent years importance of Corporate Performance Management (CPM) emerged rapidly and greatly. There couldn’t be any better time than this for applying CPM practice. We believe CFO Forum will be a great opportunity for sharing knowledge and experience and exchanging ideas.  It’s not only private sector who does CPM and who needs it. The current climate impacts government entities too, unless they have the tools to tackle it such as CPM. UAE Ministry of Finance is the perfect example of how a government entity should apply the principles of CPM.”

In this dynamic Middle East CFO forum, delegates will be exposed to the evolving responsibilities of today’s CFOs towards organisational excellence. This forum highlights on frameworks and skills in strategy development, leadership, compliance and better articulation to win the support of all key stakeholders. It also acts as a platform to develop the ‘next practices’ for CFOs by equipping with the competencies needed to augment corporate performance management (CPM) in organisations.

Also speaking at this conference, Mr Iyad Abdalrahim who is the Group Chief Financial Officer of Dubai Properties Group shares his insight, “As the market is evolving to post crisis mode, the pillars of every CFO’s strategies learnt from  both the far and near past has drastically changed. Getting insights into such newly developed strategies directly  from the people who faced it, successfully managed it, and developed the right CFO set of skills as a result is a MUST, and this is what this Forum is facilitating in my opinion”.

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