Definition: a Chief Financial Officer is the person end responsible for the financial management of a corporation, including: annual reports, important financial transactions, long-term financial plans and budgets, capital raising, analyzing and reviewing financial data, internal reporting on corporate performance, and monitoring expenditures and costs.
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