Deloitte CFO Programme in Central Europe
Bulgarian CFO Surveys
The Deloitte Central Europe CFO Survey provides the Central European business community with an objective overview of some of the factors at play in driving the region's businesses' forward.
The role of today’s chief financial officer (CFO) is more complex than ever. CFOs manage people, systems and technology infrastructure in the air of intense regulatory scrutiny. They're driving or adapting to strategic shifts in their companies' business models. And as always, they ensure that the finance organization performs its core accounting and reporting duties effectively and efficiently.
As the role continues to expand and evolve, it's no wonder many financial leaders are frustrated by ever-increasing demands on their time and resources. This page is specially designed to address the increasing needs and demands of the senior finance executive: from the preparation of the financial strategy and efficient methods to the newest trends in leadership effectiveness and risk management.
Central Europe CFO Survey
Data on business attitudes and intentions is important in today's business environment.
Deloitte Central Europe CFO survey polls CFOs in the region at companies in a variety of industries. The Deloitte Central Europe CFO Survey provides the Central European business community with an objective overview of some of the factors at play in driving the region's businesses' forward.
Key areas of analysis include attitudes to the future of capital, financial prospects, economic uncertainties, risk management, strategic focus, credit availability and M&A activities. The frank responses of the participants offer unique insights into the views and plans of some of the most important decision-makers in the Central-European business landscape.
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"CFOs are still very cautious in their attitudes and the moderate confidence they expressed in the second half of 2012 has not yet returned. Their business priorities remain the same, with some glimmers of optimism coming from CFOs’ slightly increased appetite for investment."
"At the beginning of a year of snap elections in Bulgaria and resurgent external uncertainty, CFOs naturally reduce their expectations. Despite the falling optimism though, this survey edition still does not put in question corporate performance.Companies are capable of sustaining the dynamics. Finance executives are now more cautious than they were last year, but they are still looking for growth opportunities."
"Todays’ businesses are challenged to operate in times, when we are hardly able to clearly see what is waiting for us behind the corner. Uncertainty makes us cautious. But “cautious” means a lot – it does not only stand for keeping our eyes open for threats. It is also about looking for opportunities."