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- n. The executive who is in charge of financial affairs, notably as head of a financial department, typically directly under the chief executive officer and/or the board who lead the corporation or other organisation as a whole
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- n. the corporate executive having financial authority to make appropriations and authorize expenditures for a firm
In a statement, Colin Hurley , the chief financial officer at Arcadia Petroleum in London, said the firm plans to fight the charges.
Mr. Blume has served as chief financial officer at Solomon International Enterprises, an international television distribution and broadcasting company; as senior vice president, finance, for Largo Entertainment, a feature film company; and as chief financial officer of Hemdale Film Corporation.
ALEXANDER FRIEDMAN is the chief financial officer of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Apparently his adhesion to Christian truth constituted no offence in the eyes of his Saracen countrymen, for he seems to have enjoyed their esteem in an eminent degree, and discharged the duties of chief financial officer for the caliph,
To understand the orderly “windows” of timed releases that comprise the exploitable life of a movie, the complete system is detailed and examined by Steven E. Blume, chief financial officer of Brillstein-Grey Entertainment.
BLUME, chief financial officer of Brillstein-Grey Entertainment in Beverly Hills, a diversified entertainment company with talent management, television and film production operations.
There has been skepticism over the veracity of growth data and financial results, especially after trading was halted last month for Chinese software company Longtop Financial Technologies Ltd. as the Securities and Exchange Commission opened an inquiry into auditing issues; the company, which had a successful IPO in 2007, has seen its chief financial officer and auditor resign in recent weeks.