Given the prevailing macroeconomic unease, and the need to make sense of the rapidly evolving regulatory and technology landscapes, these are not simple times for chief financial officers.

"The whole role of the CFO is changing—it’s becoming more and more complicated,"  Peter Klein, CFO for Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft Corp. told Insurance Networking News.

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