Finance Shared Services Exchange

Bringing Together Shared Services Leaders to Change the Face of Finance Operations
2015-09-14 - 2015-09-16
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+44(0) 207 368 9484
The Finance Shared Services Exchange will bring together 70 CFOs, VPs, Directors and Heads of Finance Operations, Transformation and Shared Services from top enterprises from across Europe to meet, discuss and share best practice to improve the future of Finance Operations. Expert speakers this year include: • CEO Baltic, Storebrand • Director Finance Operations Europe, Sanofi • VP Strategy, Finance Operations, Shell • VP Head of Finance Transformation, GlaxoSmithKline • Director, Finance Centre of Excellence, BBC • Director Finance Service Centre Europe, Philip Morris International Exchange delegates will have the opportunity to benchmark against their peers, plus share ideas and best practices to develop the right shared services strategy that will transform the old school image of 'shared services'! Download the agenda here to find out which discussions will be taking centre stage alongside: • Implementing successful Global Business Services models (only if you're ready for it!). • Sustaining transformational change through technology and innovation for continuous improvement. • Developing your people and making sure your enterprise is the only place they want to work! • Improving internal relationships with your customers and external relationships with your solution providers and RDA’s. PLUS! To make sure we're really aligned with industry activity, we've introduced the Finance Shared Services Exchange Advisory Council, bringing together eight practitioners to share their ideas on how we can shape the best event possible for you. Further information about the speakers, agenda and attending as a delegate or a solution provider can be found at For more information or to register: Tel: +44 207 368 9484 Email: Visit:

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