The Melbourne FP&A Board will meet on 23 August for the second time to debate on the popular subject of the FP&A Analytical Transformation.
The Board in Melbourne is a chapter of the International FP&A Board that successfully operates in 20 cities of 13 countries in Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Australia and the USA. It was founded in September 2013 in London. 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 vendor-agnostic, complimentary and exclusive to senior finance practitioners only (at CFO, FD, Head of Finance level).
FP&A Analytical Transformation
Thursday, 23 August 2018
7-30 am - 7-45 am Registrations, networking, refreshments
7-45 am - 9-30 am Breakfast Discussion
9-30 am - 10-00 am Networking (optional)
1. Advanced Analytics for agile and integrated Financial Planning & Analytics (FP&A).
2. A Case Study from the field: "Global FP&A Transformation Across General Motors", presented by Shaun Gatter, Head of Financial Planning & Analysis - Australia & New Zealand at GM Holden.
3. FP&A Analytical Transformation: Fine-tuning the FP&A Operating Model. Group work.
4. Conclusions and recommendations.
600 Bourke Street
Melbourne VIC 3000, Australia
In the building, there will be signs at Reception of Level 31, pointing guests in the right direction, and there will also be a sign in the lobby of 600 Bourke Street, instructing how to head up to level 31.
Parking options: the building does not have parking available. There is a 2-hour street parking nearby and various Wilson Security Carparks with the nearest being 542 Little Bourke St, Melbourne VIC 3000.
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 or unemployed.