CFOs juggle costs as they maintain confidence

Digital and cybersecurity spending remains a priority


Expenditures face constant scrutiny


Finance leaders are optimistic about revenue, profits and the U.S. economy, but cost control is critical for their goals, according to Grant Thornton’s CFO survey for the second quarter of 2024.


What's in the report?

  • CFOs are displaying confidence in many fundamental areas.
  • Cost and liquidity concerns are rising.
  • Finance leaders are showing caution about workforce spending.
  • Digital investments — including cybersecurity — remain a priority.

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