Treasury and Cash Management
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Some EU member states and the OECD are talking tough about tax dodges. Don’t expect much action, though. By Gilly Wright Tax officials perplexed by Google (Photo: CoolCaesar) If 2013 was the year public opinion turned solidly ag...
Despite breakthroughs in technology, the job of the corporate treasurer has gotten a whole lot more complicated in recent years. Here's how several high-profile treasurers deal with that complexity. Tiffany's Treasurer on regs: Don't give me a question mar...
The Land of the Rising Sun’s currency started rising in October. Then reality kicked in. By Forrest Jones It’s been a tough few weeks for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. Despite a concerted bid by Abe and other leaders in Tokyo ea...
With the foreign exchange market experiencing some serious currency volatility, corporate treasurers are upping their derivatives bets. ByRob Daly Hedging gaining in currency For a global power management company like Eaton, which...
  As investors seek to swap out low-return corporate debt for assets with better returns, corporates could benefit by using their cash piles to reduce outstanding debt. By Rob Daly After about six years of quantitative easing (QE) by the US Federal Rese...
As the TMS vendor market contracts due to consolidation, current market players are adapting to the new market environment by extending the functionalities of corporate ERPs and increasing their product base, according to Enrico Camerinelli, analyst at consultancy Aite ...
Centralizing treasury and finance functions is an ever more popular way for companies to reduce costs, improve investment strategies and control risks. With increasing trends toward globalization, automation and standardization, more and more companies are centr...