The 6th Annual CFO Forum

Dinner and Keynote Address

Insights from the CEO Perspective

Best Practices in Communications with Boards

Global Economics: Emphasis on China

Election Year Business and Economic Issues

Interactive repartee with Republican and Democratic consultants from the Institute of Politics on business and economic outcomes in scenarios of a Republican or Democratic White House win.

Corporate Growth Through M&A and Innovation

Capital Structure, Shareholder Value Creation

Chicago Booth CFO Forum

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

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.

What attendees are saying

The CFO Forum is excellent. Every year the Advisory Committee identifies those issues that draw top Booth CFOs across industries and countries into rigorous and transformational conversations.

The Booth CFO Forum provided a great opportunity for me to learn from and interact with peers and leading faculty on topics of interest.

Meet peers as well as Chicago Booth faculty and staff - must be on your calendar every year.

Very valuable experience to gain knowledge on broad topics.

This was an excellent mix of academic and practical discussions from top leaders in the field of finance. I really enjoyed it and reconnecting to the University of Chicago.

Session topics to include

March 2-3, 2016

Best Practices in Communications with Boards

Global Economics: Emphasis on China

Insights from the CEO Perspective

Election Year Business and Economic Issues

Interactive repartee with Republican and Democratic consultants from the
Institute of Politics on business and economic outcomes in scenarios of a
Republican or Democratic White House win.

Corporate Growth Through M&A and Innovation

Shareholder Value Creation – To Sell or Not to Sell?

Confirmed Deans and faculty in attendance

March 2-3, 2016

Ellen Engel, Adjunct Professor of Accounting

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

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

Steve N. Kaplan, Neubauer Family Professor of Entrepreneurship

Randall S. Kroszner, Norman R. Bobins Professor of Economics

Richard Leftwich, Fuji Bank and Heller Professor of Accounting and Finance