Alphabet: Expectations From The New CFO


  • Alphabet announces Anat Ashkenazi as its new CFO after a 10-month search process.
  • The new CFO has the potential to generate meaningful value for Alphabet’s shareholders.
  • Expectations for the new CFO include providing clarity and guidance, increasing granularity in reporting, and capitalizing on strengths while preparing for potential disruptions.

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After a long 10-month search process, Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) finally announced Anat Ashkenazi, former Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer at Eli Lilly (LLY), as the company’s new CFO.

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