What is the difference between a controller and a CFO? And, what factors should determine which of these two roles a business should add to its financial management team? The two financial leadership roles—Controller and CFO—are not the same, and neither are the same as the role of an accountant. The term “Controller” refers to a specific set of financial and management duties, whereas "CFO" refers to a very different and broad range of strategic, technical, and leadership responsibilities.
Several years ago, ADC co-founder Dennis Najjar took a trip out to Colorado to meet with a group of CEO advisors..
We admit it, we have a hard time truly conveying the experience our clients have when working with their controller.
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