Andy Borrmann is a highly strategic Chief Financial Officer (CFO), having come from a non-traditional upbringing in investment banking and sell-side analysis before finding a home as a CFO in community banking at Southcrest Bank and Colony Bank. Andy sat with Brian Love, Head of Banking & Fintech at Travillian to talk through the evolution of the CFO role since the 2008-09 financial collapse and how the role continues to evolve, especially given the backdrop of the liability-induced bank failures of SVB and SBNY.
1:10 | Could a different CFO or Financial Management team have saved these banks from collapse?
3:12 | How has the CFO role changed since the 2008-09 financial collapse and more recently?
12:39 | How should a CFO best interact with their executive teams?