9 lessons from CFOs who lead
As CFO of Bank South Pacific, which has the largest branch network in Papua New Guinea and South Pacific markets, Ronesh Dayal CPA is constantly seeking to fine-tune the bank’s operations.
Mentors helped Nigel Mason FCPA find his direction as an accountant. Now at AirEng he has his own passion to develop businesses and people.
Jacquetta Griggs FCPA, CFO at AIS and deputy president of CPA Australia’s Victorian Divisional Council, has a passion for education and a nose for cash flow.
Marcell Judkins FCPA has found her CFO role at the Port of Melbourne’s brand new, fully automated container terminal is as much ambassadorial as it is financial.
High-powered roles in the UK and Australia have enabled Samantha Drury CPA to bring a wide range of skills to the not-for-profit area of aged care and social housing.
Three decades of working in government has taught Greg Stenton CPA that you might not make a fortune in public service but you will make a difference.
Taking a deep dive into the numbers is a not-so-secret passion for Bausch & Lomb's Charles Yang FCPA, and he finds real joy in sharing the stories that those numbers tell.
A strong background in business strategy has given Andrew Townend CPA the skills to drive big change at PepsiCo’s snack food and beverages business.
From crunching the numbers for toll roads to helping ensure the success of the precinct around the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Annuar Marzuki Abdul Aziz’s financial nous and people skills have stood him in good stead.
Rachael Cox CPA strives to excel as CFO at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House, where she balances the requirements of preserving a heritage building with providing vibrant experiences for visitors.
How do you make the move?