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CFO Insights: Women in the C-suite – Growth in emerging leadership roles creates new opportunities in financial services

Published on: Mar 04, 2020

Today’s C-suite not only includes traditional roles but typically a host of new designations that were virtually unheard of before 2010. Chief executive, chief financial, and chief operating officers are now often joined by chief diversity and inclusion, chief sustainability, chief data, and chief privacy officers in the executive suite. The ties to business priorities are clear: For instance, leveraging big data and analytics has become a competitive advantage, which is why many firms have a designated chief data officer (CDO).

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