Treasury & Risk magazine July-August 2008



Washington Update

News Briefs

  • Clawback Provisions Soar

    More companies are voluntarily enacting polices requiring errant executives to return cash and stock incentives if erroneous reporting leads to a restatement.

Governance & Accounting

Retirement & Benefits

  • Unhealthy Situation

    Health care premiums are rising sharply again, as too much cost-cutting leads to employees going without care for chronic conditions.

Risk Management

Tools & Technology

Treasury Management



  • Charging Ahead

    After minding American Express' bottom line as comptroller and as a division CFO, corporate finance chief Dan Henry doesn't worry as much about the economy as he does about issues he can control.

Editor's Desk

  • Editor's Desk

    It's difficult to say whether the first six months of the year have lived up to our fears or down to our expectations. What an interesting time to take over as editor of Treasury & Risk.

Final Word

  • Three-Part Disharmony

    Adding IFRS convergence on top of recent FASB changes would mean re-implementing derivatives accounting for a third time.

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