Why CA Qualification is not required to be a CFO?
Till the last decade, CFO (Chief Financial Officer) across organizations were involved only in the financial functions of the organization in the narrowest definition of the phrase. In such scenarios, it was not surprising to see that a lot of CFOs were having CA qualification.
To understand the composition of the current CFO we need to first look at how the prole for a CFO has evolved. The job of the CFO is broadening far beyond its financial area into a role that is much more “strategic” – in the broadest sense of the word. Successful CFOs are overturning outmoded perceptions of finance as “business prevention units” and are now re-positioning their role as an enabling partner to the organization’s business.
The qualities of a “Strategy Developer”