The Chief Financial officer (CFO) is responsible for establishing transparency on the Bank's and its individual business' financial performance and proposes measures for performance improvement. She/he ensures high quality and timely reporting in line with regulatory requirements, corporate governance standards and global best practice. He/she organizes the Bank's planning, budgeting and controlling process and advises the Bank on financial aspects of strategic plans where applicable. The CFO is responsible for the Bank's financial and tax management, funding and liquidity risk management and control. He defines the standards for accounting, reporting and disclosure, and – together with the Management - manages relations with regulators and auditors.
The CFO also has company-wide responsibility for financial control. He/she is responsible for production and analysis of accurate and objective regulatory, financial and management accounts and reports. The CFO provides consistent and appropriate communication to the Board of Directors (BoD), the Management Committee (MC), i.e. the executive management team, the Audit, Risk and Asset and Liability Committees, internal and external auditors, and the Business Area heads. He/she establishes and enforces bank-wide financial and management accounting policies, and manages relations with external auditors and accounting standard bodies. He/she leads the forecasting process and supports the CEO in the MC planning process. The CFO coordinates and controls tax issues. The CFO coordinates the Bank’s working relationships with internal and external audit.
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