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Podcast: What business CFOs can inform us about the instructions of the economy

For U.S. services, lagging signs might be at chances with leading signs like organization belief. “The headlines we see in the market can sometimes be inconsistent with what we see on the ground,” states Stephen Philipson, head of industrial items at U.S. Bank. On the current episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast — sponsored by Intrafi Network — Philipson talks about findings from U.S. Bank’s 2022 CFO Insights Report, amongst them:

  • CFOs’ shift from development mode to run the risk of management mode in 2022.
  • How big and middle-market companies are stabilizing the pressures of inflation and skill recruitment and retention.
  • Why corporates are going back to re-evaluate the function of ecological consider ESG activities.
  • How banks can develop items to resolve corporates’ issues on skill, inflation, digital improvement and more.

If you can’t see the audio gamer above, click on this link to listen to today’s episode.

This episode is sponsored by Intrafi Network.

In this episode:

Stephen Philipson
Head of Commercial Products, U.S. Bank
Chair, ABA Securities Association

Evan Sparks
Editor-in-Chief
ABA Banking Journal

 

Gabriel

A news media journalist always on the go, I've been published in major publications including VICE, The Atlantic, and TIME.

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