NEW YORK, Sept. 5, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ --
|WHAT: Â Â Â Â||Ernst & Young LLP, a gold sponsor of the "CFO Dimensions" conference for corporate finance executives, will help lead discussions during the symposium focusing on the most pressing issues for the CFO. The conference's core themes are: |
|Together with American Water, Ernst & Young will be a featured panelist on "Leveraging technology to assess and control risk."Â|
|In addition, Ernst & Young will highlight its key findings from a recent survey "Views. Vision. Insights. The Evolving Role of Today's CFO" which underscores how CEOs are relying more than ever on CFOs to develop strategy, support growth and drive operations initiatives; while remaining focused on maintaining the integrity of the finance function and its core mandates, including risk management, compliance and controls.Â Â|
|WHEN:Â Â Â Â||September 18, 2012|
|WHERE:Â Â Â||Renaissance Chicago Downtown Hotel, 1 West Wacker, Chicago, IL|
|WHO: Â Â Â Â||Matt Polak, Partner, CPA, Ernst & Young LLP|
|Mike O'Donnell, Director of Compliance, American Water|
|HOW:Â Â Â Â Â Â||Attendance is free for finance executives.Â To learn more about the event and to register, please visit|
SOURCE Ernst & Young LLP
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