CFOs take the plunge for growth

Tax planning and technology present opportunities


CFOs express surging confidence


After a couple years of uncertainty in a shaky economy, finance leaders' confidence lurched upward dramatically in Grant Thornton's CFO survey for the fourth quarter of 2023.


What’s in the report?

  • Supply chain confidence rose 22 percentage points to 67%.
  • The percentage of CFOs who are confident in controlling costs rose 10 percentage points to 56%.
  • Finance leaders are more confident in meeting labor needs, increased demand and growth projections.
  • The survey showed opportunities for tax functions to provide more strategic input.

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