By Christopher Wright, Managing Director, Protiviti

As companies wrestle to satisfy the challenges of the electronic financial state, CFOs are increasingly concerned that their organizations may perhaps not be preserving speed with new company realities, regulatory changes and a swiftly evolving electronic landscape. That is according to a the latest survey by Protiviti and North Carolina Point out University’s Business Risk Administration Initiative. [1] Apparently, the CFOs’ leading fears reflected in the survey final results have extremely minor to do with accounting or monetary reporting.

Risk fears have been reliable throughout geographies and industries, with CFOs and main audit executives exhibiting a heightened problem relative to their C-suite peers and raising amounts of problem year over year. These final results have been reliable with a previous survey of finance leaders done by Protiviti earlier in the year. [two]

Top international hazards according to finance executives involve macroeconomic problems about an financial downturn that could possibly substantially

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