Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
The officer of a corporation who is charged with managing the company's finances and complying with Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) reporting requirements. The CFO is usually appointed by the board of directors. Compare to Chief Executive Officer (CEO); Chief Operating Officer (COO).
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