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FP&A Trends

Will You Be a Relevant FP&A Professional 5-10 Years from Now?

By Mark Gandy, Outsourced CFO, Principal at G3CFO

Edward Hess in his excellent book Learn or Die reminds us that today’s average tenure on the S&P 500 is 18 years and declining. In 1980, the average tenure was 30. 
Hess also states through his research that nearly half of the S&P was replaced in the past decade.
How’s that for company relevance?

Then he tells us the average tenure of the Fortune 500 CEO is just 4.6 years.
As an FP&A professional, you might be asking, “What does this have to do with me?” I believe the answer is everything.

FP&A Analytical Transformation Milestones: Setting and Reaching

By Larysa Melnychuk, Managing Director at FP&A Trends group

On 8th June 2017, 30 senior finance practitioners from such companies as Aareal Bank, AIG, American Express Global Business Travel, Altran, CSL Behring, Dematic, Equinix, Lohmann, Merck, PepsiCo, Procter and Gamble, Takata, UL, etc., gathered in Frankfurt, Germany, to interactively discuss FP&A Analytical Transformation. 

Analytic Model Vs Spreadsheets

by Michael Coveney, co-author of "Budgeting, Planning, and Forecasting in Uncertain Times"

Spreadsheets are without doubt the ‘killer’ application that turned the PC into an indispensable business tool. Before then, computing was the preserve of geeks and specialists who spoke in a language few accountants could understand as they served expensive, inaccessible machines locked away in their own air conditioned environment.

Rolling Forecast: To Implement Or Not To Implement?

By Larysa Melnychuk, Managing Director at FP&A Trends group

Rolling Forecast can become the path leading to better company’s profitability and improved operating performance. This is a popular process in the FP&A world.  Many companies tackle the idea of taking it. 
Those companies that already implemented Rolling Forecast,  look at the ways of the process improvement.