Strategic-change management topped a list of risk concerns in a survey of chief financial officers by The Corporate Executive Board. "For the past two years, executives have been in a more defensive posture, but this year they are thinking about how to set the company up for success in the future," said Kate Guerra, CEB's research director. "They are really focusing on risks that could stand in the way of their strategic objectives." Fraud and third-party relationships, which were on last year's list, remain concerns.

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