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Nilly Essaides Rejoins NeuGroup to Accelerate Transformation of Content Leadership

By November 8, 2021November 10th, 2021No Comments

NeuGroup is pleased to announce that Nilly Essaides has rejoined the company as Managing Director of Groups, Research and Insight.

A leading voice in the areas of finance, enterprise performance management and FinOps, Nilly’s role at NeuGroup is to deliver a cohesive vision in order to augment the content leadership that has set NeuGroup apart for 20 years of peer groups and nearly 30 years of knowledge-exchange facilitation. Nilly will lead the teams responsible for research, agenda development, and session programming.

This is Nilly’s second stint with NeuGroup, having served in various roles from 1998 to 2008, including overseeing the development of our peer group model from 2001.

In the intervening years, Nilly worked with the Association for Financial Professionals, including as Director and Practice Lead, Financial Planning & Analysis. Most recently, she served as Senior Research Director in The Hackett Group’s Finance Advisory Practice, where she supported the Finance, EPM, and FinOps advisory programs with quantitative and qualitative research, in-depth research reports, webcasts and podcasts. In her role with Hackett, she collaborated with advisors and consultants on client interactions. Nilly has developed market eminence through an active social media presence and presentations at industry events.  

NeuGroup is excited to bring Nilly back, so all our stakeholders can benefit from what she has learned.

“As we leave the pandemic in the rearview mirror, Nilly will allow us to connect more dots and accelerate the transformation of our content leadership to help our members and sponsor partners move beyond best practice to succeed with innovation and the transformation of finance,” notes NeuGroup founder and CEO Joseph Neu. “She brings new knowledge and capabilities for us to help members grow beyond treasury and support all the strategic reports and end-to-end talent development needs of the office of the CFO for each of our member companies.”  

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