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FP&A People

Acquiring FP&A Skills from Unique Experiences

By Karl Kern, Founder/President, Kern Analytics LLC

This blog post  addresses the acquisition of FP&A skills.

People who want to become financial planning and analysis (FP&A) practitioners obtain advice on how to achieve this goal.  One piece of advice is to acquire education by taking courses in subjects like accounting, economics, and finance.  Another piece of advice is to acquire experience by working in companies that have specialized FP&A departments.  These pieces of advice are examples of traditional paths to follow. 

Three Critical Roles for Every FP&A Team

By Mark Gandy, Outsourced CFO, Principal at G3CFO

I read with fascination the interview  between GTNews and Larysa Melnychuk, Managing Director at FP&A Trends group, regarding the global name recognition of ‘FP&A.’

As the term ‘FP&A’ gains traction well beyond North America, how about the roles supporting the FP&A function? Are those roles edged in stone? I’m not sure. Accordingly, I’d like to suggest 3 defining and critical roles for every FP&A team.

 

Mark Gandy is a long-time outsourced CFO who enjoys practicing the art and science of FP&A across his client base. When he has time, he also writes on his own blog at G3CFO.com.

Five Common FP&A Problems and How to Solve Them

 

After her  round of meetings with financial planning and analysis professionals across the globe, Larysa Melnychuk, managing director of the London FP&A Club, returned with plenty of stories and insights about the challenges they face. Here, Melnychuk reflected on the biggest obstacles FP&A professionals face, and possible solutions to overcome them.

 

London FP&A Board: What Makes an Ideal FP&A Professional

By Neil Ainger, GTnews

Published first on http://www.gtnews.com and  http://www.afponline.org/ in December 2013

The inaugural full meeting of the London FP&A  Board confined itself to detailing the attributes required of an FP&A professional and the evening’s roundtable discussion produced a set of best practice recommendations detailing the necessary skills and mix of different personalities that should go into building a successful FP&A team.

 

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