DigitalCFO Leadership Virtual Summit Thailand | 22 July 2021

Event Synopsis

What is beyond Covid-19 for CFOs? Recent surveys have shown CFO optimism is on the rise and that they are preparing for moderate growth in 2021, and explosive growth in 2022. With markets expecting to grow much higher than the 25% who saw revenue increase back in September 2020 , and at least 32% expect revenue to increase by at least another 10% in 2021. 

These results can be attributed to a less severe containment regime than last year, timely implementation of fiscal stimulus measures, and a recovery in exports as a result of trading partners’ growth. Even though reports show uneven economic growth across economic sectors and will be subject to risks and uncertainties, the Thai economy is expected to expand between 3-  4% next year.

In a post Covid-19 world, CFOs are gearing to reimagine the way they perform across various functions and remodel their processes to cut the costs of their general capital expenditures, reduce unplanned expenditures, and take advantage of artificial intelligence and information technology, as they face steep challenges to ensure business continuity through the right assessment and evaluation.  

They will have to prioritize course corrections in their current business strategies and developments, and a shift in focus will likely result in a reduction in cost control measures, including investments and expansion.

In 2021, CFOs have learnt to create a faster, more flexible organization. This allows them to leverage the lessons they learned in the past and become more competitive and ultimately more profitable and now they are here to share.

Key Focus Areas

A CFO’s Role In An Evolving World Of New Risks – COVID-19,Cyber and Health

CFO Forward Looking: Thailand’s Plans for the Next 5 Years: 

Navigating The Future of Business Continuity : Exploring Opportunities 

How to Reimagine Current & New Business Partnerships and Models

Leveraging Transformative New Technology & AI into processes and workflows.

CFO View: Bad Debts and how do you manage them and protect yourself from them 

Who Should Attend

CFOs, MDs, VPs, Directors, GMs, and Senior Managers, involved in:

Financial Planning & Analysis (FP&A)

Strategic Planning & Forecasting

Costing & Budgeting

Treasury Operations

Project Financing


Merger & Acquisition (M&A)

Investment / Portfolio Management

Auditing & Internal Control

Tax Governance

Governance, Risk & Compliance (GRC)

Statutory & Regulatory Reporting

Fiscal Policy Planning

Financial Technology Solutions

Trade Credit Risk




10:00 AM - 10:15 AM

Opening Address by DigitalCFO Asia

10:15 AM - 10:45 AM

Opening Keynote Address
Topic: Today’s CFO - and the opportunities of tomorrow in today’s climate.

Speaker: Natthanicha Suwannasaksin, Managing Director, G4S Security Services (Thailand) Ltd

10:45 AM - 11:15 AM

Technology Presentation

CFO Guide – Regaining momentum in employee spend and sustainable value creation

CFOs are tested like never before. What is the priority now? The pandemic has changed our business strategy and day to day functions, and organisations are forced to adapt to this new face of reality. Many organisations’ immediate reaction to COVID-19 has been to stabilise cash flow and tighten spend. The new phase of challenges encountered will be focused on what else companies can do to ramp up business activities, while putting employee experience at the core of everything. 

You will learn more about strategies like:

How to move the needle beyond quick fixes
Scaling your controls for growth and expansion
Business continuity with improved visibility to spend and strategic cost optimisation

Speaker: Pradeep Joseph, SAP Concur

11:15 AM - 11:45 AM

Topic: CFO of the NEW Era - A Visionary & An Opportunity-Creator: Action Value & Action Accounting

In a post COVID-19 world, corporations are still grasping new modes of workplace management and various changes. Alternative methods such as Action Value can be adopted for use in organizations, as an internal operating system or as an evaluation tool for employees. So How does CFOs put that into action?

Speaker: Dr Yanyong Thammatucharee, Chief Financial Officer, Speed Inter Transport Co Ltd. 

11:45 AM - 12:15 PM

Topic: Risk Mitigation & Portfolio Diversification

Speaker: Claude Salzmann, Group Chief Financial Officer, Siam Canadian Group Limited

12:15 PM - 1:15 PM

Virtual Roundtable Discussion: Is the CFO a catalyst or an inhibitor of transformational change?


With ever- increasing demands and changes the role of the CFO continues to evolve and have evolved from being just financial stewards to being tasked with both interior and exterior management of companies. They have been called upon to manage disruption, as well as identify various business models, products, and services that will promote sustainable, profitable growth. How do they keep up with these transformational changes?


Dr Yanyong Thammatucharee, Chief Financial Officer, Speed Inter Transport Co Ltd. 

Alvin Liew Voon Siong, Chief Financial Officer, Thailand, OCS Group UK
Matthew Winter, Co-Founder/Head of Product, Decision Modeling Systems

David Le Ny, Chief Human Resources Officer, Dextra Group
Natthanicha Suwannasaksin, Managing Director, G4S Security Services (Thailand) Ltd

1:15 PM – 1:30 PM

Closing Address by DigitalCFO Asia


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Strategic Insights & Finance Transformation Trends for CFOs & Senior Finance Professionals

Digital CFO Asia is the latest leading digital media platform focusing on finance transformation for CFOs & senior finance professionals of corporations in Asia Pacific. We provide APAC’s senior finance professionals with the latest online content, webinars, insights & analysis, industry practices, technology trends and other innovation strategies to empower them with the knowledge to lead the digitalisation and transformation of the finance function in their organisations.

Digital CFO Asia strives to build a vibrant and thriving community for CFOs/Finance leaders, academic bodies, consulting firms, tech vendors and service providers to come together and share their finance transformation experience over an integrated platform, creating a business synergy that benefits all stakeholders in the finance eco-system.