The context within which a CFO functions, including: transparency of financial reporting, the nature of accounting practices, adherence to the highest standards of business behaviour, and a commitment to strong corporate governance practices consistent with current standards and evolving guidelines, will be taken into consideration when evaluating potential candidates.
The nomination package includes two sections.
A. Personal and Career Information
B. Award Criteria
This section requires the submission of supplementary information about how the nominee has exemplified the six Award criteria (Inspirational Leadership, Demonstrating Financial Accountability, Social Responsibility, Innovation, Business Performance, and Mentoring and Development), as detailed below.
As a guideline, this section should be approximately six pages or 2,500 words in length, not including the financial information required for the Demonstrating Financial Accountability section. In addition to the information provided in this section, you can provide a link to a video to support your nomination (optional and maximum 5 minutes in length).
When completing each section, please refer to the appropriate form guidelines in the sidebar. Or, you can download the full criteria and guidelines here.
Consider the following Guidelines:
Consider the following guidelines:
Perhaps best directed to a nominee from a for-profit entity, how has the nominee led transformational change to enhance their organization’s success through business/financial growth and managing the related investor funding?
Perhaps best directed to a nominee from a non-for-profit or institutional entity, how has your nominee contributed to bringing innovation and creativity to their organization through managing public resources?