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Contents In this issue Cover story 6 News & numbers 8


The headlines and vital statistics impacting the market.


Big interview


8 Wheels of steel BMW is one of the most


distinguished car manufacturers on earth, but it would be wrong to think that it’s sticking to cruise control. Instead, it’s using the dramas of the past year to push fundamental


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changes to its operations, from how it sells cars to how it organises company and client data. Andrea Valentino talks to Dr Nicolas Peter, BMW’s CFO, about how his team battled to go remote during the pandemic, how green technology is crucial to helping both the planet and the company’s balance sheet – and how digitalisation and training can help BMW stay ahead of the pack for years to come.


On page 11


Genpact: The empowered enterprise


Special report


21 Strike while the iron is hot A world class selection of CFOs came together at the recent FDE Symposium to share wisdom, swap war stories and give their insight on what the CFO of the future will need to thrive in a post-Covid world. Christian Doherty reports on all of the action.


Governance, risk & compliance


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24 The online threat landscape Companies face a variety of cyberthreats to the commercial integrity of their data on an almost daily basis. Those threats are numerous and varied. Martin Morris speaks to experts across the cybersecurity realm to understand the latest threats, how companies can beef up their security to reduce potential reputational damage, and


Finance Director Europe / www.ns-businesshub.com


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