CFO Awards 2017
This issue pays tribute to, and shines a much-deserved spotlight on, the finalists and honorees we celebrated at our 2017 CFO of the Year Awards Reception on Monday, September 18th at the LA Hotel Downtown. It was an inspiring ceremony, and we even launched our first Facebook Live video on @labjevents at the event. Every successful company in Los Angeles owes a tremendous debt of gratitude to the Chief Financial Officers of their respective businesses, each of whom plays a key role, not only in the success of their companies, but in the success of the Los Angeles financial community as a whole.
So to all the great CFOs profiled in this volume we say thank you! The list of prestige nominees – each an example of excellence in the field of financial business stewardship – made it particularly challenging this year to single out the honorees. Seven honorees are announced in this section in seven categories – “Public Company CFO,” “Private Company CFO (Large Company),” “Private Company CFO (Small Company),” “Government/Public Sector CFO,” “Non-Profit CFO,” “Rising Star,” and the “RSM Middle Market Award.” We applaud each of the finalists and honorees – all of whom are described in these pages.
We hope you enjoy this special section, which contains some insights on what exactly it means to be a corporate financial steward in today’s business climate, as well as a closer look at each of our esteemed CFO Award finalists and honorees. And again, congratulations to all the great CFOs in Los Angeles who tirelessly contribute to the bottom line of your businesses, and ultimately, our business community as a whole.
2017 CFO AWARDS PHOTO GALLERY
Publisher & CEO
Mark T. Lammas
Steven A. Olsen
Gary G. Smalley
For a list of nominees, click here.
Also in this supplement:
Duke CFO Survey Reveals Blend of Perspectives
Today’s CFOs Focus More on Strategy
Examining the Role of a Financial Advisor