C-levelCategory Level (US DoD)
C-levelTop-Level Executive (CEO, CRO, CIO)
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Next, Table III examines the structural differences across SEOs with and without registered insider sales, as well as insider SEOs with or without C-level executive participation in the secondary components.
"We are seeing growth and demand for C-level roles in the Islamic banking sector, closely followed by the private banking and asset management sectors, as well as investment banking.
This report is the result of an extensive survey drawn from Strategic Defense Intelligence's exclusive panel of the leading global defense supplier industry's C-level executives; it provides the reader with a definitive analysis of emerging trends in the global defense industry, and explores how key industry dynamics and collaborative projects are set to change during 2013-2017.
This niche market is a prime target for IDI plans because C-level executives covered solely by an employer's group long-term disability (LTD) plan are often at a greater disadvantage than a typical employee.
* 46.2 percent of the CFE candidates surveyed are C-level executives.
There are significant skill-related criteria, but C-level experience remains predominant.
Avanade's study of 569 C-level executives, business unit leaders and IT decision-makers in 18 countries found that 91 percent of companies are already using tools to manage and analyse data, beginning with data storage, reporting, data integration and enterprise search.
A total of 53% of C-level respondents from the hotels industry expect their companies to increase procurement expenditure over the next 12 months.
Respondents were C-level managers and senior HR and IT leaders at North American companies with over 1,000 employees.
What all three surveys show is that good communications between IT and C-level management is critical for any business looking into cloud adoption, the hybrid cloud, or even just increased virtualization.
The report is the result of online surveys conducted in the spring of 2011 with 1422 IT staff and C-level professionals across North America and EMEA.
The survey also revealed that while 55% of organizations have senior executives who are somewhat committed to e-discovery, 16% of organizations completely lack awareness at the C-level. In addition, respondents at one-quarter of organizations admitted that they are not sure whether C-level executives have any knowledge of the challenges and risks associated with meeting e-discovery requirements.