Congratulations to all the winners of the 2015 Alexander Hamilton Awards!

 

OVERALL EXCELLENCE - TREASURY OF THE YEAR

Google

 

OVERALL EXCELLENCE - PROJECT OF THE YEAR

Hindustan Unilever

 

LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT

GOLD:   Google
           Returns on Strategic Thinking

SILVER:  Hilton Worldwide
           Untangling a Web of Intercompany Loans

BRONZE:  Albemarle
           Finding Liquidity Post-Acquisition

 

FINANCIAL RISK MANAGEMENT

GOLD:  Google
           Staying on Top of Global Growth

SILVER:  Starbucks
           Viewing Exposures Through a Big-Picture Lens

BRONZE:  Health Care Service Corporation
           Modeling Financial Risks in a Dynamic Industry

 

WORKING CAPITAL MANAGEMENT

GOLD:  Microsoft
           Automation Improves Collections Efficiency and Effectiveness

SILVER:  Omnicom Group
           Companywide View of Working Capital Performance

BRONZE:  DFC Global
           Centralizing Data Boosts Transparency

 

TECHNOLOGY EXCELLENCE

GOLD:  Google
           Open to the Alternatives

SILVER:  Cummins Inc.
           Fresh Look at a Complex Process

BRONZE:  Health Care Service Corporation
           Process Revamp via Technology

 

OPERATIONAL RISK MANAGEMENT

GOLD:  Google
           Innovation Brings Big Benefits

SILVER:  Harley-Davidson
           Revving up Risk Management

BRONZE:  Health Care Service Corporation
           A Treasury That's Prepared

 

    Stay tuned for winners still to be announced in the categories:
  • Best Practices in Restricted/Emerging Markets
  • Treasury Transformation

 

Thank you to the sponsors of the 2015 Alexander Hamilton Awards,
who made the contest possible.


And a special thanks goes out to the panel of judges of this year's awards: Jean-Francois Heitz, former deputy CFO and treasurer of Microsoft; Marie Hollein, former president and CEO of Financial Executives International; Melissa Cameron, a Deloitte principal who specializes in treasury; and Craig Jeffery, managing partner with Strategic Treasurer.

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