The fourth meeting of the Dubai FP&A Board will take place on Tuesday, 23rd October 2018. The Board will interactively discuss Why Driver-Based Planning Matters for Modern FP&A.
The International FP&A Board was created in London, UK, in 2013 to guide the development and promotion of the best practices in Financial Planning & Analytics (FP&A). Since then, the Board chapters were successfully established in 21 cities and 14 countries of Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia and North America to identify and support new global trends, skill sets and thought leadership in modern corporate financial planning and analysis.
The FP&A Board is exclusive to senior finance practitioners in active employment (at CFO, FD and Head of Finance level) at large local and international organisations. The meetings are complimentary, vendor-agnostic and by invitation only.
Why Driver-Based Planning Matters for Modern FP&A
Tuesday, 23 October 2018
6-30 pm - 7-00 pm Registration, networking, light food and refreshments
7-00 pm - 9-00 pm Discussion
9-00 pm - 10-00 pm Networking and refreshments
- Evolution of Driver-Based Planning.
- Driver-Based approach as a basis for predictive analytics, effective Rolling Forecast and Scenario Planning.
- A Case Study from Careem. "Importance of Driver-Based Planning in the Environment of High Growth". Presentation by Yamen Fakhreddine, Group Finance Director at Careem
- Driver-Based Planning Maturity Model. Group work.
- Conclusions and recommendations.
The H Hotel Dubai,
#1 Sheikh Zayed Road
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Meeting room: The Excelsior 1
Parking: the valet parking is available both at the back and front entrances
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.