The 6th Annual CFO Forum

Dinner and Keynote Address

Anticipating and managing reputation and risk with Daniel Diermeier, with Q&A Session

Economic Issues and Opportunities

This panel will address global and domestic economic issues with a focus on energy

Creating Innovation Within Your Company

An interactive discussion session facilitated by Booth faculty

The High Performance Executive

A panel presenting frameworks and strategies for achieving work-life integration

Creating Value Through Compensation Design

A panel of experts discuss research and best practices in compensation structure design

CFO Challenges and Opportunities

Activist Shareholders, Corporate Crisis Management, and Currency Flux

Chicago Booth CFO Forum

March 2-3, 2016  |  Downtown Chicago  |  Business Casual Attire

What attendees are saying

More than just a networking event. Content was excellent!.

– Ron Bruehlman, '84, IMS Health

 

I receive many proposals for CFO events throughout each year. This one is the best as it blends the latest academic thought with pragmatic perspectives from corporate CFOs..

– Dave Meline, ’86, Amgen

 

Without a doubt, one of the best CFO gatherings which combines the academic research of Booth professors with the great experiences of Booth-trained CFOs.

– Ray Young, ’86, Archer Daniels Midland

 

The Booth CFO Forum is full of informative, engaging, and actionable sessions from start to finish. Plus, it’s a treat to interact with such talented CFOs in a confidential setting. Bottom line: I love it!.

– David Kirchheimer, ’78, Oaktree Capital Management

 

Attend an upcoming regional event

Chicago
Sept. 10, 2015 | 6 to 9 p.m.

New York
To Be Determined

San Francisco
To Be Determined

Critical and compelling insights

Join us for an invitation-only CFO Forum to be held at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business' Gleacher Center. As a CFO and a graduate of Chicago Booth, you are part of an exclusive community that gathers with each other and Chicago Booth faculty to debate and provide context to the most pressing issues facing executives.

Session topics to include

Creating Innovation Within Your Company
An interactive discussion session facilitated by Booth faculty.

Lessons Learned from CFO Challenges and Opportunities

  • Activist Shareholders
  • Corporate Crisis Management
  • Foreign Exchange and Currency Flux

The High Performance Executive and Work-Life Integration
A panel presenting frameworks and strategies for achieving work-life integration.

Economic Issues and Opportunities
This panel will address global and domestic economic issues with a focus on energy.

Creating Value Through Compensation Plan Design
A panel of experts will discuss research and best practices in compensation structure design to generate shareholder value.

Confirmed Deans and faculty in attendance

Gregory D. Bunch, Adjunct Professor of Entrepreneurship

Daniel Diermeier, Dean of the Harris School of Public Policy and Emmett Dedmon Professor of Public Administration

Ellen Engel, Adjunct Professor of Accounting

Robert H. Gertner, Deputy Dean; Joel F. Gemunder Professor of Strategy and Finance

Michael Gibbs, Clinical Professor of Economics; Faculty Director of the Executive MBA Program

Michael Greenstone, The Milton Friedman Professor in Economics and the College, Director of the Energy Policy Institute at Chicago (EPIC)

Anil Kashyap, Edward Eagle Brown Professor of Economics and Finance

Stacey Kole, AM ’86, PhD ’92, Deputy Dean for Alumni, Corporate Relations, and the Full-Time MBA Program; Clinical Professor of Economics