Treasury & Risk magazine April 2009

Features

  • Can You Bank on Your Bankers?

    With credit availability limited and some financial institutions still on shaky ground, treasurers are sorting out which relationships can work.

  • When Quants Ruled

    Sophisticated risk modeling put banks ahead of the class in risk management until their practices sparked the financial crisis. Will their problems damage risk management's credibility or help companies learn how to implement it more wisely?

  • Broadening SWIFT's Reach

    Americas CEO Chris Church sees a bigger role in the corporate world for the network.

Surveys

  • 2009 Risk Management Survey

    The financial crisis has infiltrated decision-making about insurance. Almost a third of the finance executives who responded to the survey say their brokers have recommended changing carriers in their directors and officers liability program.

News Briefs

Q&A

  • Supply Side Scrutiny

    Companies need to become more aware of the potential financial risks their suppliers face and what steps to take to help support them.

Governance & Accounting

Retirement & Benefits

Risk Management

  • D&O Checklist

    As the market tightens, risk managers must make a strong case for renewal and brace for the possibility that some insurers will run into trouble.

Tools & Technology

  • Banker in a Box

    Oracle's Hyperion Strategic Finance provides the kind of financial modeling and simulations outside consultants charge big fees for.

Treasury Management

Careers

Editor's Desk