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The empowered enterprise:


How CFOs are putting insight at the heart of a purpose and performance-driven business


Andy Halford, group CFO,


Standard Chartered


Ilkka Hara, CFO, Kone


Vivek Saxena, F&A service line leader, Genpact


Ed Fitzpatrick, CFO, Genpact


In a world of uncertainty, CFOs need to build stability and power growth. And with greater scrutiny on performance and corporate behaviour, the fi nance teams that can help their businesses balance profi t and purpose are set to thrive.


In that context, CFOs are challenged on many fronts as they work to meet the expectations from their shareholders, employees, customers, and communities around the world.


With access to vast volumes of internal and external data and advanced analytics, high- performing CFOs can generate insights that guide the business forward. Coupled with the


ability to quickly act on their fi ndings, these fi nance teams help their companies make better strategic decisions for their customers and ecosystems.


To understand how CFOs must adapt to new demands, Genpact’s report, CFOs Empowering Enterprises in the Age of Instinct, shares practical advice on how to begin the transformation. We explore some of the report’s key topics in the following pages.


The CFOs featured in this guide are at the vanguard of the next evolution of the role. We’d like to thank all of them for their participation.


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