As the chief financial officer of a company that prides itself on its entrepreneurial spirit, Andrew Griffith, CFO of BSkyB, is well placed to argue the case for whether businesses should be investing or hoarding their cash for a later date.
Financial Director is pleased to announce that Griffith has joined this year’s Financial Director Summit to speak on our early-morning panel session, ‘Ensuring strong accounting practises to capitalise on future investment opportunities’.
Griffith will be joined on the panel by a selection of finance leaders based at some of the most progressive and entrepreneurial companies in the UK.
For an insight into Griffith’s investment philosophy and his views into the running of the finance function, check out our interview with him in the upcoming April issue of Financial Director.
A brief except from the interview can be read here.
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