New Community for Controllers and Corporate Finance Launches 

Chicago, IL—March 7, 2020—A national community and platform for Controllers and corporate Accounting and Finance professionals launches today after months of planning and development. Controllers Council™ is focused on best practice information, career resources, recognition and networking.

The community is based on the premise that Controllers far outnumber CFOs and related executive titles, and are a­­­›lso often top decision makers in the C-Suite and corporate boards.

Headquartered in Chicago but rolling out nationally and internationally, the Controllers Council provides extensive resources including articles, research studies and white paper reports, training webcasts, along with a national Career Center for both employers seeking talent, and Controllers/Accounting/Finance professionals seeking career opportunities.

“Controllers Council is an exciting community of accounting and finance professionals with specialized programs and resources focused on best practices,” states Controllers Council Executive Director, Neil M. Brown. “The community is growing rapidly with new features that will serve accounting organizations nationally, and later globally.”

Controllers Council produces the Controller of the Year Awards in top cities across the United States with city, state and national recognition in 2021. Controllers Council is guided by an experienced and talented Board of Advisors.

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