COVID-19 has affected every area of the finance department. Finance leaders have had to shift and pivot in new ways and we’re taking those learnings into the second half of 2020. Join us and several CFOs for an interactive panel discussion about the top concerns and focus areas companies will concentrate on for the next few months., including PPP, 2021 budget planning and more!
Topics covered in this session:
- The current financial environment and top concerns of CFOs for H2 2020
- Stress testing and building companies to withstand “once in a lifetime” events
- The future of work: how companies are using technology and thinking differently about physical infrastructure
- Examples from your peers about solutions employed and conversations in progress
Jim Sorboro, Chief Financial Officer, EQ Holdings
Jim recently joined EQ Holdings, a private holding company that acquires, invests in, and builds meaningful businesses in partnership with management. He splits his time between holding company activities and active management in three of the owned companies.
Prior to joining EQ Holdings, Jim was the CFO and had responsibility for finance, legal, customer service, and supply chain at Phillips and Temro Industries. Prior to that, he spent 9 years at Katun Corporation, with the last 7 as CFO and as a member of the Board of Directors. He held various accounting, manufacturing finance and international operations roles, at Cypress Semiconductor and Sysco to start his career.
Jim has a BS from Miami University, and an MBA from the University of Minnesota.
Rachel Rice is VP, CFO at Padilla, a PR and communications company in Minneapolis with five other U.S. locations. Padilla is one of three AVENIR Global operating companies in the U.S., for which Rachel oversees. She integrates U.S. business operations, directs fiscal and business strategies to manage financial risk and profitability.
CPE Credits: 1