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FP&A: New Forecasting Challenges Lie Ahead

  • By Staff Writers
  • Published: 12/3/2015
In the latest issue of AFP’s FP&A Newsletter, we look at how New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman’s decision on Peabody Energy may have implications for financial planning and analysis (FP&A). Schneiderman determined that Peabody should have given its investors better forecasting data on how climate change would affect sales. This may not only have repercussions across the energy industry, but also impact what kinds of risks FP&A professionals will be asked to forecast going forward. Also this month, what FP&A will look like in five years, how relationships affect driver-based models, and more.

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