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Cambodia Association of Chief Financial Officer (CACFO)


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China Association of Chief Financial Officers (CACFO)

FOUNDED: 1990     MEMBERS: 2,019

Address: 1834 Xinzhi Bldg., A28 Fucheng Road, Haidian District, Beijing, P.R. China (Zip Code: 100142)

Phone: 86 10 8819 1880 / 8819 1866

Fax: 86 10 8819 1866

Email:  cacfo@cacfo.com

Website: http://www.cacfo.com


Vice President: Ms. Liu Hongwei
E-mail: cacfo@cacfo.com

Director of International Department: Ms. Shen Junmei
E-mail: cacfo@cacfo.com / shen_junmei@hotmail.com
Phone: +86 10 8819 1880
Fax: +86 10 8819 1866


  • Membership
    • Developing the nation-wide network of CACFO and enlarging the membership
    • Improving the quality of services to meet diversified requirements of the membership
  • Research
    • Carrying out cooperative research on development of CFO's leadership and capability
    • Offering professional consultancy for the membership through Committees of experts
    • Launching the research on Management Accounting
  • Advocacy
    • Making proposals to legislative and administrative bodies to build CFO profession
    • Making proposals to legislative and administrative bodies as of the system construction of Management Accounting profession
  • Training
    • Delivering domestic as well as overseas training programs for members
    • Updating members with the development of global economy as well as financial profession
  • Accreditation
    • Pushing ahead with the accreditation of financial profession
    • Enhancing supervision and management of the accreditation projects
  • International Exchange
    • Promotion of congresses in collaboration with IAFEI
    • Co-organizing event with IAFEI member institutes


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FEI Chinese Taiwan

Financial Executives Institute of Chinese Taiwan

(FEI Chinese Taiwan)

FOUNDED: 1975     MEMBERS: 236

Address: 8th Floor, No. 82, SEC. 1, Han-Ko Street, Taipei, Taiwan

Phone: +886 2 2383 0657 / +886 2 238 0659  

Fax: +886 2 2371 0547

Email: fei.roc@msa.hinet.net

Website: http://www.feitwn.org


Chairman: Mr. David Chou  
E-mail: fei.roc@msa.hinet.net
Phone: +886 2 23830659

Fax: +886 2 23710547


  • Domestic and International Seminars/Meetings with
    • Non-profit institutes: The Bankers Association, The Securities Association, The Life Insurance Association, Monte Jade Technology Association, Private Equity & Merger/Acquisition Association, Venture Capital Association, Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Council for Industrial & Commercial Developments, Columbia Alumni Association, CFA Association, Emerging Market Association
    • Academia: Universities, Academia Sinica, Industrial Technology Research Institute, SRI International
    • Government Agent & Authorities: Financial Supervisory Commission, Ministry of Finance, Stock Exchanges, US Department of Commerce
    • Professional Service Providers: big 4 accounting firms, law firms, appraisal firms
    • Corporations & Financial Institutions: commercial bank, insurance companies, securities houses, fund managers, ICT companies, Biotech companies
    • Media: Commercial Times, Economics Daily, Business Weekly, Marbo Weekly, Fortune Bi-Monthly


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Gesellschaft für Finanzwirtschaft in der

Unternehmensführung e.V. (GEFIU), Association of Chief Financial Officers Germany

FOUNDED: 1969     MEMBERS: 170 (at 31st December 2017)

Address: Wallstraße 20, D - 20539 Hamburg, Germany

Phone: 0049 40 78071949

Fax: 0049 40 784603

Email: info@gefiu.com

Website: http://www.gefiu.com


Chairman: Mr. Helmut Schnabel
E-mail: Helmut.Schnabel@asecuris-asset.com
Office Phone: 49 69 77 07 6606

Fax: 49 69 35 35 1512


  • One annual General Meeting, and one annual Special Conference "CFO Night"
  • Working Committees: they are regularly operating, which deal with various topics such as capital markets, leasing and asset finance, financial accounting, as well as treasury functions in multi-divisional companies. Newly established is the Working Committee on Medium Sized Corporations Financial Matters. Ad hoc working meetings, half day, are held, when needed, on current special subjects and issues.
  • Management training: GEFIU organizes every year a three day seminar for future top managers in the finance area of industrial companies.
  • Advocacy:GEFIU publishes, from time to time, technical commentaries to current regulatory activities of  government authorities and  of  regulatory bodies.


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Hellenic Association of Chief Financial Officers (SEODI)

FOUNDED: 2001     MEMBERS: 98 regular members (as at 31st December 2020)

Address: 15 loulianou Str., & Post Code: 105 57, ATHENS,GREECE

Phone:+30 693 254 0051

Email: info@seodi.gr

Website: www.seodi.gr


President: Mr. Alexandros Kostopoulos
E-mail: alkost@otenet.gr

Mobile Phone: +30 693 254 0051

International Affairs Representative of SEODI to IAFEI: Mr. Anastassios Rodopoulos
E-mail: anasta.rodopoulos@gmail.com

Mobile Phone: +30 6979 111 244


Our Mission:

  • The Hellenic Association of chief Financial Officers is an independent, professional and scientific, non-profit association. It was founded in 2001 and its goal is the professional and scientific support of its members and their unified expression and representation versus the social partners and the government. Since its establishment, SEODI has been making a continuous effort, through conferences, seminars, continuous training and information to its members to upgrade the role of CFOs in our private economy.

    Also, the intervention of SEODI is continuous -through written suggestions and announcements- in the legislative work of the Ministry of Finance. Many of our suggestions became state laws.

    Now, SEODI is preparing the official registration of the CFOs through the provision of a reliable professional certification, according to the model of the bond associations of the EU members and the Anglo-Saxon countries.

    SEODI is governed by an 11-member Board of Directors, which is elected every 4 years by the General Assembly of members. The Board assisted by the Scientific Committee.

Our aims:

  • The Hellenic Association of chief Financial Officers is an independent, professional & scientific, non-profit association. It was founded in 2001 and its purpose is to represent and express the industry of financial officers and managers.
  • SEODI is not a trade union, but a professional & scientific association whose main purpose is supporting its members in the effectiveness and high performance of their professional duties, their social status and their unified expression & representation versus other sectors and social partners and the state.
  • In particular, the goal of SEODI is to provide continuous training & information to its members as well as the creation of a structure & procedure for a reliable professional certification, according to the model of the bond associations of the EU members and the Anglo-Saxon countries.


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Associazione Nazionale Direttori Amministrativi e

Finanziari (ANDAF)

FOUNDED: 1968     MEMBERS: 1,245 (at 31st December 2017)

Address: Corso Genova 6 - 20123 Milano, Italy

Phone: +39 02 8324 2288 / 02 5810 2231

Fax: +39 02 5811 8093

Email: andaf@andaf.it

Website: http://www.andaf.it


President: Mr. Agostino Scornajench
E-mail: agostino.scornajenchi@terna.it

Secretariat: Ms. Daniela Guidotti
E-mail: d.guidotti@andaf.it
Phone: +39 02 8324 2288 / 02 5810 2231


  • Organization of the 2017 ANDAF Annual Congress
    To be held in Perugia on October 27/28, 2017. More information here www.andaf.it

    ANDAF to launch in with success in 2013 a program of education addressed to CFO's and in particular to their collaborators - in order to keep up with the fast evolution in the various fields of our profession. The program in 2017 will be extended to 10 courses (5 in 2013)


    New Master CFO courses in collaboration with the Universities of Bologna and Udine are planned to be organized, in addition to the already running similar courses with the Universities of Pisa (Rome), Castellanza (Milan), Cassino (Rome) and Parthenope University of Naples.


    In order to help its members in need of assistance, ANDAF has organized since 2012 a more fine tuned service of job placement, taking advantage of its wide contacts with head hunters and the likes. This program will be enhanced in 2014 with the extention of a program of coaching and of psychological assistance.

  • Organizer of the 45th IAFEI Congress in Milan, October 2015
  • Participation at the IAFEI Congress in Manila, October 2014
    A strong campaign of advertising to be carried out to ensure numerous groups of ANDAF members will attend the Manila Congress.
  • Institutional Standard Activity
    • Hold about 150 events in 2016 spread within the 11 regional chapters of ANDAF, addressing topics of interest to ANDAF members (Finance; Tax; Accounting; Planning & Control; Corporate Governance; Risk Control & Assessment; etc.)
    • Continue and improve the scientific activity of the 6 Technical Committees of ANDAF, namely: Corporate Governance & Compliance; Corporate Finance; Planning & Control; Tax; Financial Reporting Standards; Information & Communication Technology). Start a program of cross-fertilization among the Technical Committees on matters which can be addressed from different point of views.
    • Spread the awareness of ANDAF by utilizing more intensively the various media (TV, radio, press, web)
    • Edit the quarterly ANDAF Magazine


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Japan Association for Chief Financial Officers (JACFO)

FOUNDED: 2000     MEMBERS: 312

Address: Shiozaki Bldg.2F, 271, Hirakawacho Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan 102-0093

Phone: 81 3 3556 2334

Fax: 81 3 3556 2320

Email: info@cfo.jp

Website: http://www.cfo.jp


Chairman: Mr. Sumitaka Fujita 
E-mail: info@cfo.jp
Office Phone: 81 3 3556 2334

Executive Director: Mr. Hiroshi Yaguchi 
E-mail: yaguchi@cfo.jp
Office Phone: 81 3 3556 2334


  • Regular Meetings and Conferences
    • Organizes regular CFO Meetings for networking and information exchange
    • Organizes and operates the CFO Forum Japan, which is attended by nearly 500 financial executives.
    • Holds regular CFO Roundtable to provide opportunity for attendees to network with peer CFOs
    • Organizes several technical workshops.
    • Conducts CFO Seminars twice a month to provide members with the most up-to-date trends that finance and accounting professionals should follow
  • Accreditation Programs
    • Conducts certification and accreditation examination programs for the development of CFOs JACFO was commissioned by METI with the development of CBT-based examination for finance and accounting skills based on the FASS. The examination was designed to measure the accuracy of knowledge on typical finance, accounting and tax related tasks in the form of a statistically equated, scaled score. It is increasingly recognized as one of the most reliable tools to assess financial capability of employees and outsourced staff including those in shared services.
  • Research
    • Conducts investigation and research on various topics on financial management, as well as analyses and surveys on corporate management and finance strategies
  • Promotion of congresses in collaboration with IAFEI


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IMEF Mexico

Instituto Mexicano de Ejecutivos de Finanzas (IMEF)

FOUNDED: 1961     MEMBERS: 1,476

Address: Patricio Sanz No. 1516 Col.del Valle Del. Benito Juárez México, D.F.,C.P. 03100

Phone: +52 55 5559 8366 / +52 55 5559 8772

Fax: +52 55 9151 5084

Email: imef@imef.org.mx

Website: http://www.imef.org.mx


President: Ing. C.P. Fernando López MACARI

Executive Director: Mr. Gerardo GONZALEZ AYALA
Email: direccion.general@imef.org.mx

Vice President IAFEI Relations: Mr. Luis ORTIZ-HIDALGO
E-mail: lortiz@ohoabogados.com.mx
Phone: +52 55 1327 0431


  • The institute has 14 committees organized by discipline, i.e. Treasury, Corporate Finance, Taxes, Corporate Governance, Ethics and Social Responsibility, etc. Each committee holds monthly sessions to discuss key issues of its specialty. Likewise, bulletins and other technical papers are issued and distributed among membership. Articles are contributed to daily papers and monthly magazines, even electronic ones, like CNN México.
  • The institute has 20 chapters across Mexico. Each chapter organizes at least one National Conference, Symposium or Forum per year. Besides, monthly events are also organized by each chapter. However, IMEF’s key annual event is the National Convention, which is held every year in the month of November, to which members of each chapter attend to learn, share experiences, etc.


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IMEF Mexico

Mexican Institute of Public Accountants, AC (IMCP)

FOUNDED: 1923     MEMBERS: 22,000

Address: Bosque de Tabachines No. 44, Colonia Bosques de las Lomas, Miguel Hidalgo Delegation, Mexico City, CP 11700 IMCP.áé

Phone: 01 (55) 5267 6400

Email: Administration and Finance, support.administracion@imcp.org.mx
Certification and Professional Quality, support.certificacion@imcp.org.mx
Commercial, atencionaclientes@imcp.org.mx
Quality Control, contacto.nrcc@imcp.org.mx
Convention, contacto.convencion@imcp.org.mx
Diploma, support.diplomado@imcp.org.mx
Editorial, soporte.editorial@imcp.org.mx
Institutional Link, soporte.federadas@imcp.org.mx
Electronic books, support.ebooks@imcp.org.mx
Information and Communication Technologies, soporte.tic@imcp.org.mx

Website: http://imcp.org.mx


President: CPC and Mtra. Diamantina Perales Flores

General Vice President: C.P.C. y Dra. Laura Grajeda Trejo
Email: lgrajeda@imcp.org.mx


    The Mexican Institute of Public Accountants, AC (IMCP) is a federation founded in 1923, which is made up of 60 professional associations that bring together more than 22,000 associated public accountants throughout the country.

    It is an eminently social body whose primary purpose is to meet the professional and human needs of its members, in order to raise its quality and preserve the values that have guided the practice of the public accountant career.

    It is a normative institution, since it has issued provisions such as the professional ethics code, which establishes the rules of conduct that all associates must comply with in order to be considered part of this institution.

    For more than 30 years it was the regulatory body for generally accepted accounting principles, and now it has delegated this function to the independent Mexican Council for Research and Development of Financial Information Standards (CINIF).

    For more than 20 years, it established a program of continuing professional education, which has served as the basis for the creation of the professional certification of the public accountant since 1998. It is the first institution in Mexico that in 2005 received the certificate of suitability to act as a certifying entity from the Ministry of Public Education.

    This body issues regulations regarding the work of the independent auditor, standards that are used in various countries in addition to Mexico.

    In a global environment, the IMCP belongs to the regional body AIC (Inter-American Accounting Association), which brings together the profession from all over America, and the world body IFAC (International Federation of Accountants).

    The highest authority of the IMCP resides in the General Assembly of Members, made up of all the accountants associated with any of the federated schools that are part of the IMCP. The governing body is constituted by the Governing Board made up of the National Executive Committee and the Presidents of the 60 federated schools.

    The Governing Board delegates its executive powers to the National Executive Committee made up of the President, the General Vice President, ten Vice Presidents of Operation, five Regional Vice Presidents, the Secretary, the Treasurer and the Prosecutor.

    The oversight of the body is the responsibility of the Auditor and its administration is the responsibility of the Executive Director.


Strengthen the accounting community in its human and professional development, within the highest ethical standards for the benefit of society, based on the values of truth, integrity, responsibility, solidarity and commitment.


Promote constant improvement in the services it provides to its associates and other users, motivating the professionalization of administrative and academic staff.
Improve the technological platform that allows offering training and information online.
Strengthen links with universities and academic institutions, actively participating in the structure and design of academic programs related to Public Accounting.
Achieve institutional recognition and that of its associates in business organizations, government entities and society, in general.
Achieve technical leadership, supported by the capacity and experience of its associates, through Continuous Professional Development (CPD), using cutting-edge technology in all the services offered.
Promote solidarity at the national level between the different sectors that make up the Institute


The essence of the CPA job lies in the truth. It's the reason to be. The truth, even in the most difficult of situations, is liberating. The truth makes life. We must maintain, above all, the truth: the truth in our actions, the truth in our work, the truth in the information we present, because the truth is the link that brings us closer to our members, our clients, our suppliers, to our staff and to society itself.

Integrity is probity, it is uprightness, it is honesty and it is respect. We must be upright and loyal to obtain from society the trust and credibility, essential for the maintenance of personal, professional and commercial relationships. Integrity goes hand in hand with personal and professional ethics. Integrity is the congruence of our values with the practices of our institution.

Being responsible is having the ability to recognize the scope of our actions and their consequences, and to answer for them. In our profession, responsibility is a substantive factor in achieving success. We must be responsible and disciplined in all the actions carried out by our institution and in the impact they can cause in the disciplines that are inherent to our profession, not only to our members, clients, suppliers and staff, but to our entire society.

The commitment includes the duty to maintain an open attitude to listen to the criticisms and suggestions received from our members, clients, suppliers, staff and the community in general, and to act accordingly. To commit is to force oneself, with freedom, to act, to respond, to cooperate, to be responsible. Our commitment also includes an attitude of dialogue and inclusion, even for those who do not share our ideas and our ideals, because we are a learning group, eager to create and innovate. Our commitment is, in short, to give the best of ourselves to all those who are related to our institution.

Strategic plan
In 2006, the development of the process called Strategic Vision began in the IMCP. Information is collected throughout the country, through forums and interviews.
In 2007, as a product of the aforementioned process, the Mission, Vision and Values of the IMCP were defined.


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FINEX Philippines

Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines (FINEX)

FOUNDED: 1968     MEMBERS: 637

Address: Unit 1901, 19th Floor, 139 Corporate Center, Valero corner Sedeño Streets, Makati City, Philippines

Phone: +63 2 811 4052/4184/4188

Fax: +63 2 811 4185

Email: admin@finex.org.ph

Website: http://www.finex.org.ph


President: Atty. Francisco Ed. Lim

EVP and Corporate Secretary: Atty. Euney Marie J. Mata-Perez

Liaison Director - International Relations Committee:

Senen L. Matoto
E-mail: bing_matoto@yahoo.com

Chairman of International Relations Committee:

Eduardo V. Francisco
E-mail: evf@bdo.com.ph


Michael B. VINLUAN


  • Professional Excellence : Continuing education to gain greater knowledge and enhance previous knowledge, to understand better the multitude of financial concepts learned and to seek more effective ways to use the know-how in one’s own work. Through meetings, forums, symposiums, dialogues, workshops, seminars and conferences, the FINEX member not only acquires ideas but is able to test his or her thinking against those of others.
  • Social Involvement: This has taken many forms, e.g. community outreach programs, direct material assistance, livelihood projects, skills enhancement seminars, cooperatives organization and development.
  • National Issues: In matters of national concern, especially on financial issues with great national impact, FINEX has taken an active role while being apolitical. Regularly through the National Affairs committee and the Tax and Legal committee and through other committees, FINEX has participated in enriching public debate with analyses and logic, through formal studies, published opinions, position papers and memorandums to legislators. FINEX has likewise been involved in capital market development through the Capital Market Development Council which it co-chairs with the Department of Finance. This Council has institutionalized the cooperation of private sector and government in discussing and supporting public policies that promote the raising of capital in financial markets, so important to encouraging much-needed investments in the economy.
  • Initiative and Leadership: FINEX takes the initiative to assist in the spirit of public service if there is an opportunity to do something good that requires the particular knowledge, skills and experience of the financial executive.
  • Good Governance, Public Sector Accountability and Business Ethics: FINEX has created a Good Governance Committee to advocate for good corporate governance and public sector accountability. Its Ethics Committee is involved in promoting ethical behavior and values formation amongst FINEX members and has reached out to students of various universities via forums and case studies.
The FINEX advocacies and activities are being carried out by the following Committees:
  • Standing Committees ( Professional Development, Membership, Elections and Ethics)
  • Special committees ( Affiliates, Audit, Capital Markets Development, CFO of the Year Awards, Finance, Financial Inclusion, Finex Week, Good Governance, International Relations, ICT, Junior Finex, Programs and Meetings, National Affairs, Media Affairs, Ways and Means, Sports and Wellness and Tax and Legal).
  • Committees under the FINEX Foundation (Arts, Business Education, Citi Junior Bankers, Environment, Finance and Social Involvement)


  • Transparency and Accountability
  • Integrity and Truth
  • Professional Excellence
  • Proud to be a Filipino
  • Social Responsiveness


To promote the progressive and innovative application of financial knowledge and skills in beneficial service to society, always observing the highest standards of competence and ethical behavior.


To be the leading national organization of finance professionals and practitioners dedicated to the advancement of financial knowledge and expertise.

2021 THEME: "Transcending the New Frontier. Leading Beyond Recovery."


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Southern African Institute for Business Accountants (SAIBA)

FOUNDED:1987     MEMBERS: 9500 (150 CFO members)

Address: Administrative office: Spaces, No 1 Bridgeway, Bridgeways Precinct, Cape Town, 7441
Executive office: The Workspace, Melrose Arch, 44 Melrose Boulevard, Birnam, Johannesburg Namibia: Regus Office Building, 3rd Floor, Maerua Mall, Windhoek Postal address: PO Box 7905, Centurion, 0046

Phone: +27 12 643 1800

Fax: 086 508 2923

Email: saiba@saiba.org.za

Website: saiba@saiba.org.za


Chairperson: Pieter de Jager CFO(SA)  
Company secretary: Amy Jones, Attorney at law
International relations: Nicolaas van Wyk, BAP(SA), CFO(SA)
Secretariat: Chantelle Booyens, CFO(SA)


    SAIBA is a recognized controlling body and registered professional body for business accountants, tax practitioners and finance executives.

    SAIBA was established in 1987 as a Non Profit Company under the South African Companies Act, 71 of 2008.

    We have the legal authority to verify and monitor the delivery of quality professional services by business accountants. We are authorised to issue designations as registered with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) in terms of the National Qualifications Framework Act, Act 67 of 2008 and the SAQA Policy and Criteria for Recognising a Professional Body.

  • We support our designated members with career guidance, mentoring, coaching, practice management support, CPD, webinars, conferences, and technical resources: www.cfotalks.com,
  • 1. www.accountingweekly.com,
    2. www.saiba.academy,
    3. www.saiba.org.za

  • We issue four designations relevant to a variety of job functions within the finance department, as follows:
  • 1. Junior accountant / BA(SA): Business Accountant (SA) based on a NQF6 qualification,
    2. Accountants in Practice / BAP(SA): Business Accountant in Practice (SA) based on a NQF7 qualification.
    3. Financial manager / CBA(SA): Certified Business Accountant (SA) based on a NQF8 qualification.
    4. Financial Director / CFO(SA): Certified Financial Officer (SA) based on a NQF9 qualification.

  • Designations are issued based on:
  • 1. Qualifications: Relevant, and CHE accredited university qualifications,
    2. Experience: Appropriate years of verified work-place experience,
    3. Assessments: Assessments that align the acquired academic, technical, and pervasive skills to competency frameworks relevant to each level of designation.

  • Designations are maintained by:
  • 1. CPD: Continuous Professional Development (CPD) is mandatory for all levels of designations.
    2. Annual assessments: Relevant levels of designations are subject to annual ethics assessments, annual practice license assessments, financial controller assessment, CFO assessment.

  • Designations are monitored:
  • 1. Conduct and disciplinary: All levels of designations are subject to the IFAC Code of Ethics and as relevant the IAASB Engagements standards.
    2. Disciplinary procedures: All designations holders are subject to an independent disciplinary process in response to complaints, and subject to random practice visits.

  • Designations can specialize
  • 1. Members that specialize are required to do a SAIBA license prior to offer specialist professional engagements.

    Our BAP(SA) designated members are recognised in statute as accounting officers, independent reviewers, and independent accounting professionals. Section 60(4) of the Close Corporations Act, 1984 (accounting officers), Regulation 29(4) of the Companies Act, 2008 (independent review), List of Accredited Professional Bodies whose members are eligible to be licensed as business rescue practitioners, and Tax Practitioners as referred to in Section 240A of the Tax Administration Act.


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VCFO Vietnam

Vietnam Chief Financial Officers Club (VCFO)

FOUNDED: 2008     MEMBERS: 98

Address: 4th Floor, Phuong Long Building, 506 Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street, District 3, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Phone: +84 28 6290 3568

Fax: +84 28 6290 3563

Email: contact@cfo.vn

Website: http://www.cfo.vn


Director: Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Bach  
E-mail: bach.nguyen@cfo.vn
Mobile Phone: +84 926 33 66 88

Deputy Director: Mr. Duong Hai 
E-mail: hai.duong@cfo.vn
Phone: +84 922 55 77 77

International Representative: Mr. Nguyen Huu Thanh 
+84 918 413 420


  • Publish and distribute weekly update of the government’s new policies to members and monthly CFO Vietnam newsletter.
  • Monthly meetings for the experiences sharing among members and online discussions on hot issues/topics in finance, economy, accounting and taxes through the “CFO forum” on VCFO website.
  • Monthly “Coffee Talk” for Enterprise Management Experiences sharing among VCFO Members and Corporate Leaders.
  • Collaboration with trusty partners (ACCA, CPA Australia, CMO, TPEC, VCCI, YBA, IBM, Microsoft, CGMA…) to organize seminars on corporate financial governance.
  • Cooperate with Japan Association for CFOs (JACFO) and ACCA Vietnam in organizing the yearly event Vietnam CFO Forum.
  • Implement GLOBAL FASS project in Vietnam.