What is the role of the Chief Financial Officer?

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Arun Nayar (Former CFO of Tyco & Board Member, Bemis Company)

Arun Nayar talks about the evolving role of the Chief Financial Officer (CFO). He defines the traditional role of the CFO as the primary fiduciary of the company and the liaison to the Board of Directors and the shareholders on financial matters. Nayar talks about some of the new responsibilities that CFOs are taking on including focusing on driving value and making sure that the future growth innovation pipeline is adequately and appropriately funded.


About Author

Arun Nayar

Former CFO of Tyco & Board Member, Bemis Company

Arun Nayar is an experienced finance executive with broad business exposure across multiple industries, deep knowledge of the capital markets and an extensive network corporate C-Suite and in the institutional investor community. Arun is former EVP & Chief Financial Officer of Tyco International (Retired) and currently is Board of Directors and Chairman of Audit Committee at Bemis Company. He is also Senior Advisor of BC Partners and McKinsey.

Interviewed By

Vaishali Jain

Vaishali Jain

Sarder TV Journalist, and Former Bloomberg TV Journalist

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