Clarion Financial Services, LLC
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In order to compete in rapidly changing markets, companies need to be quick and diligent with operational challenges, governance issues and complex financial transactions.  This is critical for companies of all sizes, in all industries and various financial conditions.  Today, the CFO position touches on nearly every aspect of corporate activity.  Growth oriented companies need more than an accountant.  They need financial, operational and strategic guidance.  CFOs must be able to work effectively with CEOs, other members of senior management, as well as boards of directors.  Furthermore, the need to effectively communicate with investors, lenders, customers and the financial markets requires a CFO who can communicate clearly, definitively and with credibility.  Of all qualities of a CFO, perhaps none is more important than the ability to build confidence and trust through professional and personal character and integrity.
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