Being a CFO at a PE-Backed Company w/ K. Bolukbasi | Video Episode 25

November 17, 2020

If you’ve ever moved from a large corporation to a smaller one, say a startup, or even a mid-sized company, you know how different the role of the CFO can be in various environments. It's especially an adjustment moving from leading an enterprise-sized company to a smaller, private-equity backed organization. But that is just what our guest on CFO Weekly has done, and he is here to share his best practices. On this episode of CFO Weekly, we talked with Kerem Bolukbasi. Kerem is the EVP and Chief Financial Officer at Exatech. He joined us to talk all about, among other things, what makes a PE-backed company an attractive environment for a CFO, the leadership skills required to succeed at a PE-backed company, and how the role of a CFO differs from large companies to smaller ones. Take a look at our F&A solution.

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