Treasury & Risk magazine February 2009

Features

  • Opportunity Knocks Twice

    Under more pressure to reduce costs, increase productivity and avoid accounting errors, CFOs look to outsourcers, who now see middle-market companies as an engine for growth.

  • Follow the Money

    Are taxpayers on the hook for hundreds of billions of dollars for a credit crisis that may have been overblown? Who is the bailout really helping?

Surveys

For Your Information (FYI)

Governance & Accounting

  • Around the Hedges

    Sometimes vanilla products are too constraining, But creating more flexible products that qualify for hedge accounting can be challenging.

Retirement & Benefits

  • 401(k)s Come Up Short

    Democrats and Republicans agree that retirement savings plans demand reform. Whatever happens, corporations will likely lead the way.

Risk Management

  • Green Moves Up

    Despite the financial crisis, escalating environmental and sustainability issues worldwide pose new risk on several fronts, survey says.

Tools & Technology

  • Better Than Spreadsheets

    With capital spending decisions critical in a down economy, CFOs want easier, faster ways to evaluate alternatives. IBM Cognos offers a new Blueprint.

Treasury Management

  • Idle Balances Reap Rewards

    The extension of FDIC insurance and other responses to the financial crisis have changed the value proposition for leaving money just sitting in the bank.

Profile

  • At the Capital

    The auditing industry faces many challenges as Mary Moore Hamrick moves to CAQ from PCAOB at a time of great change.

People on the Move

Editor's Desk

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