Chief financial officers are pivotal to the low carbon transition

In the utility sector, pivoting toward renewables was considered highly risky 15 years ago due to unproven technologies – but today the utilities that diversified early on wield a competitive edge. (Photo: Emily Macinnes/Bloomberg)

Research shows that chief financial officers have a critical role to play in companies’ low carbon transition – but they must have the necessary expertise to navigate a growing range of risks, says CBI’s Fabrizio Palmucci

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