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CNBC expands the Global CFO Council

CNBC has expanded its Global CFO Council to Europe and Asia as 33 chief financial officers from major companies across the two continents join the group.

Council members will share their insights and views on the challenges facing today's corporations and the business community.

The CFOs, who collectively manage more than $2.9 trillion in market capitalization, will also take part in quarterly sentiment surveys which will provide insight into the health of the global economy.

Following the launch of the Council in the U.S., the new members will make appearances on CNBC's flagship morning program Squawk Box, on its regional TV networks in Asia Pacific and EMEA and online at cfocouncil.cnbc.com.

Unilever and Lenovo CFOs are among CNBC's 33-person group.


CNBC Global CFO Council

  • P&G's key growth drivers: PG CEO

    Foreign exchange has had a big impact on both the top and bottom line, says Jon Moeller, Procter & Gamble CFO, breaking down the company's quarterly results, and weighing in on the "slight tailwind" from commodity prices, and the company's new CEO.

  • Our first focus is the customer: United CFO

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau joins John Rainey, United Continental CFO, for an exclusive interview to discuss the computer outage with United as well as previews of A350.

  • Wells Fargo CFO: Anticipate low rates for longer

    John Shrewsberry, Wells Fargo CFO, shares his global view of economic health, and expectations for performance as rates move higher.

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  • P&G's key growth drivers: PG CEO

    Foreign exchange has had a big impact on both the top and bottom line, says Jon Moeller, Procter & Gamble CFO, breaking down the company's quarterly results, and weighing in on the "slight tailwind" from commodity prices, and the company's new CEO.

  • Our first focus is the customer: United CFO

    CNBC's Phil LeBeau joins John Rainey, United Continental CFO, for an exclusive interview to discuss the computer outage with United as well as previews of A350.

  • Wells Fargo CFO: Anticipate low rates for longer

    John Shrewsberry, Wells Fargo CFO, shares his global view of economic health, and expectations for performance as rates move higher.