Centre For Financial Leadership & Digital Transformation

The Centre for Financial Leadership and Digital Transformation seeks to share insights into, and co-create knowledge on, how technologies such as AI, robotics, blockchain, cloud technology and cybersecurity are transforming the finance function. In collaboration with our partners and members, we aim to provide finance leaders with a broad and deep understanding of technology, supporting them in becoming more agile in the digital era.

How can we help you with your challenge?

The Centre for Financial Leadership and Digital Transformation provides you with:

  • A unique knowledge platform and research relevant to your business 
  • Practical tools and skills to better analyse data and build predictive models 
  • New management and technology concepts relevant to the finance function 
  • Company visits, expert testimonials and interactive workshops or seminars 
  • A network to exchange visions and share best practices in the field of financial leadership and digital transformation

You will definitely benefit from the expertise of our centre if you are a CFO, finance executive, controller or finance professional with a more strategic profile who wants to:

  • Develop a competitive and effective finance department or accounting office, embracing the technology dimension
  • Stay up-to-date with the most recent technology developments impacting the finance function

Research

Why this programme?
Our research will provide you with knowledge on how to improve your reporting function, value protection activities, and strategic decision-making, while gaining a better understanding of how new technologies will impact your function.

Activities

Faculty
Expert presentations, company visits, testimonials, and interactive workshops. Each year’s programme will be designed in close consultation with our members.

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Detailed Programme

Discover the various formulas and opportunities for participating in our network.

Accreditations
& Rankings

Equis Association of MBAs AACSB Financial Times