This week’s article is by Arthur F. Rothberg, Managing Director, CFO Edge, LLC.
In this third and final article in our series on a Project CFO, an Interim CFO and a Part-Time CFO, we explore scenarios when you should consider hiring a Part-Time CFO.
While a Project CFO generally works on a specific project and an Interim CFO is usually brought in full-time when the former CFO has departed, a Part-Time CFO acts as a company’s CFO and delivers the financial leadership and expertise of a CFO – but on a part-time basis.
A Part-Time CFO can be engaged for as many days in a week or month that the company’s situation needs, and the client company receives the benefits of having a CFO on its leadership team even though the company may not yet need or have the budget for a full-time CFO.
Reviewed in this week’s full PDF…
…are Part-Time CFO situations, skills, focus, frequency of presence and four significant benefits of bringing in a Part-Time CFO.
Los Angeles and Southern California executives who want the high-caliber financial leadership of a CFO – without the full-time salary and overhead – can gain many positive outcomes by engaging a Part-Time CFO.
This is the third and final article in a series on the types of outsourced CFOs. Following are links to the other two articles in the series: