The role of both the public and private company CFO has never been more challenging. Living through COVID and navigating the ever-changing expectations of customers, shareholders, creditors, and the community at large has been quite difficult. Yet certain truisms were once again revealed during the last year as it relates to capital structure, relationships with critical constituents and being nimble in the face of changes. Larry will explore some of the lessons learned from the last 12 months and what we might expect of the 12-24 months ahead.
Evaluate the strategic element of capital structure and financings
Recognize the role of disruptive forces across all industries – Software, AI/Machine Learning, Robotics/Automation, and much more
Determine when SPACs become so popular and why?
Analyze the evolving nature of private equity and credit investors