While change is constant, the past few years have seen a dramatic increase in the breadth and depth of change that organizations are facing. The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, among other factors, has accelerated a number of trends and created new ones, forcing many organizations to pivot to new business models and move up their digital transformation timelines. At the heart of all these changes sits the Chief Financial Officer (CFO), a role that has been evolving into something new for years and is no longer just a keeper of the corporate checkbook. Looking to 2022 and beyond, CFOs are going to play a key part in helping organizations evolve to meet new and existing needs.