Treasury & Risk magazine October 2008

Features

  • Lockbox Lift-off

    In the current uncertain economic conditions, treasuries want quicker availability on incoming payments and are optimizing processes just as recent technology innovations are helping to boost availability and re-launch lockbox services.

  • Change Agents?

    The biggest factor in play in the election may be how a likely Democratic U.S. House and Senate will impact policies that affect corporate America.

  • Rising Stars in Rocky Times

    Treasury & Risk's 2008 picks of corporate America's outstanding financial executives under the age of 40.

Surveys

Washington Update

News Briefs

Governance & Accounting

Retirement & Benefits

  • Tapping Nest Eggs

    401(k) hardship withdrawals and borrowing rise, leading to worries that workers will have even less funds for retirement.

Risk Management

  • Caveat Whistleblowers

    Loopholes and the latest ruling from the Department of Labor would leave those who would reveal wrongdoing twisting in the wind.

Tools & Technology

  • Head of the Class

    The University of California graduates from spreadsheets to a Web-based automated, integrated cash management system.

Treasury Management

  • Winning Combo

    Created by mergers, Infor builds an automated, integrated treasury operation using its own software products as a cornerstone.

Profile

  • Drawing On a Global Background

    Dixon Ticonderoga CFO Rezende embodies the spirit of the young up-and-comers profiled in this issue. While his company may be relatively small, his ambition is not.

People on the Move

Editor's Desk

  • Editor's Letter

    It's late September and the financial world looks a lot like the Texas coast after Hurricane Ike: a shambles of its former self.

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