The Amsterdam FP&A Board will meet on 6 November 2018 for the sixth time. The professional debate will be devoted to the subject of FP&A Team Building.
Modern FP&A professionals are expected to meet many requirements and to have a broad skill set hardly found in one human being. No wonder, FP&A positions are among the hardest-to-fill. One of the solutions is FP&A team building, where skills and talents of the team members simply complement each other.
The Board was established in London, UK in 2013 and now successfully operates in 21 cities and 14 countries of Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia and North America. This is a leading professional think-tank that combines the expertise of many senior finance practitioners. Its mission is to identify and support new global trends, skill sets and thought leadership in modern corporate financial planning and analysis (FP&A).
The FP&A Board meetings are exclusive to senior finance practitioners at CFO, FD and Head of Finance level in active employment at large local and international organisations. The meetings are complimentary, vendor-agnostic and by invitation only.
At this stage, we are inviting only 30 members to join the Amsterdam FP&A Board.
How to build Winning FP&A Teams?
Tuesday, 6 November 2018
6-30 pm - 7-00 pm Registration, networking, refreshments
7-00 pm - 9-00 pm Discussion
9-00 pm - 10-00 pm Drinks and networking
- What are the key features of a successful FP&A Professional?
- FP&A Team Building: FP&A Team Roles
- A case study from the field.
- Small groups discussion on FP&A Teams Evolution
- Conclusions and recommendations
WTC Zuidas Business & Conference Center B.V.
1077 XW Amsterdam
Larysa Melnychuk, MD of FP&A Trends Group and founder of the International FP&A Board.
Participation in FP&A Board meetings is complimentary and exclusive to finance practitioners at CFO, FD, and Head of Finance level in active employment at large local and international companies. We cannot confirm the registrations of vendors, salespeople, consultants, middle management or unemployed.