The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) spoke with Stanton Chase’s Global CFO Practice Leader and Vice Chair, Cathy Logue in a recent article titled, “CFOs’ Right-Hand Executives Earn Bigger Paychecks as Companies Compete for Talent.”
Within a highly competitive market, CFOs’ seconds-in-command are benefiting from upward trends in compensation as CFOs increasingly rely on the backstop of a strong finance leadership team. “Chief accounting officers, in particular, have been in strong demand across industries over the past year as many finance chiefs take on responsibility for operational issues,” Cathy told WSJ. “Demand drives price.”
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