10/1/2013

A company that plans to go public needs a CFO who not only understands the process but also can serve as the firm's public face. An initial public offering is a grueling task, even for experienced CFOs. This person must direct the entire process, communicate with underwriters and legal counsel, and work with auditors, says Bo Yaghmaie, a partner at Cooley.

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