Date(s) - 16/09/2021
12:30 - 13:15
The fourth of a series of 6 webinars derived from the 2021 IIM Survey, to cover topics from Key themes and trends to Interim Management over the next 12-24 months and the Market for 4 areas of specialism…
…ever since the interim market took shape in the UK, there has been a constant demand for finance specialists. This covers a broad range of senior executive talent but we have the benefit of 3 highly experienced consultants who will be sharing their views on interim finance practice, trending demands and how they see the market developing in the medium term. This webinar will be of primary significance to interim finance practitioners and should provide a rare opportunity to hear about market development in this functional expertise set.
As with the whole webinar series, our MC will be Bruce Rayner, IIM board director and long standing transformational interim.
The Consultants are:
Alison Rotundo from Eton Bridge Partners
Denise Raw from Interim Partners at NSCG
Ross Gordon from Odgers Interim
Ross Gordon is a Principal and Head of the Business Services Practice. He is responsible for all executive, board and senior management appointments across these areas. Ross oversees interim engagements in gap management, change, turnaround, transformation and mergers & acquisitions. He has significant experience in the CFO space. Recent notable placements have inclued Interim Group CFO FTSE250, Interim CFO £1bn t/o privately held, Interim CFO Private Equity £100m.
The session will also have time for questions, via the Zoom Q&A button
It is free to all on a first come, first served basis with maximum 500 attendees.
This event bookable directly at Zoom – to book please click HERE
It will be followed by a 45 minute member only session, where our 3 consultants will be available for a more detailed discussion of their views about functional trends impacting on finance interims staying at the top of their game. This session is ‘closed’ and limited in number of attendees so that conversations can be focussed and detailed. It will take the form of a round table with Chatham House rules applying.