CFO Insights

Starting a Food Business as a Second Career

Outdoor dining

You’ve had a successful career, and you’re wondering what to do next. Too young and energetic to retire and not ready to jump back into the corporate world, you begin to wonder if your life-long passion for cooking can be turned into a business. Do you know enough to risk […]

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Disaster Recovery: What is it Really?

Consultant sitting at a desk discussing bankruptcy defines Disaster Recovery (“DR”) as “an area of security planning that aims to protect an organization from the effects of significant negative events. DR allows an organization to maintain or quickly resume mission-critical functions following a disaster.” I think this is a fairly good definition. Your DR plan must […]

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Navigating a Company’s Life Cycle

Business Strategy and Orientation Concept

During the lifecycle of a company, the one certainty is that you will encounter challenges or obstacles, some even out of your control.  You will have to be flexible in your thinking and adapt your strategy and execution as you move along the stages of the company lifecycle; from development […]

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Dynamic CEOs and the Role of the CFO

People in business meeting with crisis situation

To a CEO of a small to medium size firm, the question of why a CFO or even a fractional CFO should be hired is not unusual.  What can a CFO do to help grow the business and not be a burden on the company? Many of the clients with […]

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Experts Say International M&A Will Continue to Flourish in 2018

Gary Colbert

At the Winter Conference of the AM&AA Alliance of Merger & Acquisition Advisors, Nperspective CFO & Strategic Services cast a broad shadow as bronze sponsor and organizer of two panels: International M&A by Region and International M&A by Industry. The regional panel was moderated by Laura Holm, Partner, Fox Rothschild, […]

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