Art Fatum Named “Bay Area CFO of the Year”

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Art Fatum, the Low Income Investment Fund’s (LIIF’s) Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Capital Markets, was presented with this year’s Bay Area CFO of the Year Award for community service in recognition of his efforts to improve the quality of life for disadvantaged individuals in our Bay Area community. His decision to transition to the nonprofit sector following 30 years in the corporate world was an important consideration in his award. In his acceptance remarks, Mr. Fatum noted the satisfaction he has received working for an organization such as LIIF that serves the most poor and encourages others to get involved to make a difference.

LIIF’s President and CEO Nancy O. Andrews notes, “I couldn’t be more proud at his accomplishment. LIIF is incredibly fortunate to have him with us!”

More than 450 local leaders attended the Bay Area CFO of the Year Awards’ gala dinner and awards ceremony at the Palace Hotel in San Francisco to honor Bay Area CFO Award finalists and winners. This third annual event comprises a high-profile assembly of top Bay Area financial talents and honors CFOs who have played a critical role in the success of their companies as well as those who have contributed to the region’s economic growth and stability.

The Bay Area CFO of the Year Awards is a partnership between the San Francisco Business Times and Larkin Street Youth Services.