The Journey to Group CFO

A common route to the Group CFO position involves stepping up from a divisional role. Tobias Hestler did exactly that leading up to 2022 but with the added complexity of taking up the Group position in a newly formed business, following a demerger. He talks to Criticaleye about his journey to CFO and more.

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