The Philippines is dubbed as one of the most dynamic economies in the East Asia region. Despite the rising global uncertainties, the World Bank projected the Philippines’ growth to remain strong at 6.1% for 2020.
A further good news is that the current administration’s economic team has recently announced that the new tax reforms programme, that includes the reduction of corporate income tax and the number of capital income tax rate, will take place in 2020.
However, this rosy outlook aside, recent events that saw disputes between major utility companies and the Philippine government have caused overseas investors to pull out $173 million in December last year. As a result, the country‟s benchmark index fell as it welcomed the New Year. Analysts believe that this fallout, should the worst occur, will negatively affect overall investor sentiments and the real economy. There is also concern that current saga will be a precedent for other businesses in the Philippines, especially those which are heavily regulated, and dampen FDIs as investors are taking conservative positions more than usual now.
Amidst uncertain geopolitical conditions and high regulatory risks in the country as well as constantly evolving technologies, how should CFOs, who also act as their company‟s strategic business partner and catalyst, ensure corporate growth and successfully mitigate risks and challenges in 2020? How can CFOs reimagine finance functions and their organizations to survive and thrive in today‟s fast-paced and digitally driven landscape?
Taking place in Manila on 29 April 2020, the FutureCFO Conference will address many of the latest macroeconomic and regulatory changes updates. The by invitation only conference will also cover cutting-edge technologies that CFOs need to keep abreast and practical strategies in creating value and driving successful finance transformation in the Philippines. This event will gather over 120 senior finance professionals from multiple industries in the Philippines for a day of insightful presentations, real business case studies, best practices and incisive panel discussions to answer some of the most pertinent questions and challenges facing the finance function in the country this year.
We look forward to having you at this exciting event!
The FutureCFO Conference aims to give CFOs, who also act as their company’s strategic business partner and catalyst, insights on ensuring corporate growth and successfully mitigating risks and challenges amidst the current economic and political uncertainties in their countries. The conference will also address strategies and best practices on how CFOs can reimagine finance functions and their organizations to survive and thrive in today’s fast-paced and digitally driven landscape.
This by-invitation only one-day event will gather over 120 senior finance leaders from multiple industries and offers the best opportunity to hear from the industry’s leading professionals, contribute questions from the floor, engage in incisive panel discussions that discuss real-life business cases, updates and strategies to meet the most pertinent challenges facing the finance function in 2020.
Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief, CXOCIETY
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Digital technologies advancements and today’s complex business environment have posed a huge challenge for the finance function. Finance functions increasingly find themselves embedded directly into lines of businesses, tasked to provide proactive guidance and strategic insights for decision making processes. To keep up with these demands, not only CFOs are required to develop their current finance teams but also recruit a new generation of finance talents. As digital transformation requires cultural and processes changes as well as faster technological adoption rates, how can CFOs effectively manage these changes to add value to the organization while keeping their best talents in the company?
Allan Tan, Group Editor-in-Chief, CXOCIETY
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