Treasury & Risk magazine November 2007

Cover Story

Careers

  • A Culture of Team

    DIEBOLD'S NEW TREASURER UNITES THE MANY DISCIPLINES HE OVERSEES UNDER TWO UMBRELLAS: STRATEGY AND ADMINISTRATION, BREAKING DOWN THE SILOS

Tools & Technology

  • Advantage, GRC

    The recent software buying spree by SAP and Oracle is changing the ERP landscape, threatening the existence of best of breed vendors and forcing others--such as IBM and Microsoft--to rethink BI strategies

Treasury Management

  • SWIFT Finally Scores

    Once almost exclusively the domain of banks, SWIFT has quickly garnered the interest of corporations and technology providers who see opportunity in new product lines to support SWIFT interfaces.

Washington Update

Retirement & Benefits

  • No Mental Block

    Mental illness may be on the road to getting the same kind of coverage that physical ailments do, thanks to congress. The good news is that employers may actually see some unexpected cost savings

Risk Management

  • Fraud Busters

    A combination of SOX, whistleblowers and a culture of transparency are leading to a lower percent of companies reporting accounting-related fraud in the U.S.--but unhappily bigger average losses

Governance & Accounting

  • Power to Investors

    While activist hedge funds are feeling the credit crunch, shareholder rights advocates won't be stopped. anticipating an active 2008 proxy season, they expect to see progress on several fronts

Editor's Desk

  • ANOTHER YEAR OF EXCELLENCE

    Another year has almost run its course, and Treasury & Risk finds itself with another set of Alexander Hamilton Awards to hand out to a group ...

News Briefs

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