Treasury & Risk magazine June 2008


  • Time to Bail on ERM?

    It was supposed to steer companies clear of such dangers as the subprime mortgage fiasco, but didn't. At least part of the blame may be due to a lack of strategic focus


Washington Update

News Briefs


  • Gaining Real Ground

    To Michael Rotchford, the corporate real estate market is stabilizing and, despite some renewed hesitation, transactions for the fastest growing sectors are moving forward

Governance & Accounting

Retirement & Benefits

  • Looking Behind the Numbers

    Three separate initiatives are winding their way through Congress, the Department of Labor and FASB, calling for more detailed information from pension plan sponsors

Risk Management

  • Careers

    Boeing appointed David Dohnalek, currently vice president of financial planning and analysis, as the company's new vice president of finance and corporate treasurer

Tools & Technology

Treasury Management


  • Cruise Control

    Susan Kreh enjoys the challenge of bringing more standardization to Johnson Controls' far-flung finance team in a time of rapidly changing accounting standards

Editor's Desk

  • Where Did ERM Go Wrong?

    Where Did ERM Go Wrong?That's the question senior contributing editor Russ Banham set out to answer in this month's feature story. For much of the ...

Final Word

  • ERP Time Bombs

    Most treasuries have no knowledge of how well their company's general ledger or ERP system actually accounts for FX transactions

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