Navigate your future: CFOs flock to 'super summit' on 16 November


There is a lot at stake right now and your career and your business require that you make smart choices if you want to effectively navigate your way into 2018. And smart choices start with good information. The final CFO Summit of the year features boasts peer-to-peer learning and debates, plus exclusive insights on South Africa’s economic and political future from leading economist Goolam Ballim (Standard Bank), ZAR X CEO Etienne Nel and Deloitte's deputy CEO Mgcinisihlalo Jordan.

  • CFOs are registering in big numbers for this event. Join your colleagues. As space is limited, you are advised to register TODAY.

The speakers at this 'super summit' have prepared insights and information for this summit that have not been shared elsewhere.

Goolam Ballim (pictured above) is the Chief Economist and Global Head of Research of Standard Bank and has been with the bank since 1999. If you are a finance leader who wants to help your company prepare for all eventualities before, during and after this political, economic and social crossroads, you can't miss out on this fascinating presentation, entitled South Africa 2018 - what happens next?

After listening to Goolam's thoughts, guests will have the opportunity to join conversation with ZAR X CEO Etienne Nel (pictured) and Sihlalo Jordan, Deputy CEO: Deloitte, who will discuss 'Doing business in 2018' and share insights on maintaining energy, effectiveness and customer centricity with business growth and profitability as the end goals.

ZAR X is South Africa's newest stock exchange and is challenging the JSE's long-held dominance, while Big Four financial services firm Deloitte is a long-term supporter of the CFO South Africa community.

As always, there will be plenty of opportunities to engage and network with leading finance professionals across the spectrum of industries.

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