Intercompany Financial Management
Addressing an Unrecognized Opportunity
Well-executed Intercompany Financial Management (IFM) can have a significant impact on the bottom line for large multinational organizations. IFM is a discipline for structuring and handling transactions within a corporation and between its legal entities in a way that maximizes staff efficiency and accounting accuracy while optimizing tax exposure, minimizing tax leakage and ensuring consistent tax and regulatory compliance.
In this On-Demand Ventana Research Webinar, SVP & Research Director Robert Kugel discusses the seen and unseen impacts of IFM for the Office of Finance and provides helpful pointers for organizations looking to improve in this area.
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About the Speaker:
Robert D. Kugel, CFA
SVP & Research Director, Office of Finance
Rob leads the Office of Finance and business research focusing on the intersection of information technology with the finance organization and business. His expertise agenda includes the application of IT to finance and business process optimization – particularly business planning, continuous accounting; ERP, price and revenue management, revenue, lease and tax accounting and robotic finance. Prior to joining Ventana Research he was an equity research analyst at several firms including Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley, and Drexel Burnham, and a consultant with McKinsey and Company. Rob was an Institutional Investor All-American Team member and on the Wall Street Journal All-Star list. Rob earned his BA in Economics/Finance at Hampshire College, an MBA in Finance/Accounting at Columbia University, and is a CFA charter holder.