Treasury & Risk magazine June 2009
While its Big Three competitors struggled, Ford's treasury filled up on cash when the markets were easy, which allowed the auto maker to reduce its debt without destroying shareholder value and steer clear of government loans.
The worldwide financial crisis is top of mind as we present our 2009 list of the 100 Most Influential People in Finance.
Market turmoil and the recession have brought enterprise risk management (ERM) into sharper focus, say senior financial executives responding to Treasury & Risk's 2009 ERM survey.
For Your Information (FYI)
Payments Market Evolves Amid Credit Constraints
Governance & Accounting
As regulatory risks loom, companies evaluate how to get more out of governance, risk and compliance software.
Retirement & Benefits
Although courts have sided with 401(k) plan sponsors in lawsuits over plan costs and revenue sharing, the government is preparing to pounce.
The rating agency is currently developing criteria and a methodology for its new enterprise risk management corporate ratings category.
Tools & Technology
Sticking with the Windows XP system is becoming more complicated as the launch of Microsoft's newest operating system draws near.
A California water district and Union Bank develop a hybrid lockbox that streamlines check processing and ensures same day credit.
Incoming CFO Adena Friedman began her career at Nasdaq in 1993, long before it went public, officially became an exchange and expanded to several continents.
People on the Move
Caroline Dorsa, Robert Olson, Brian Valentine, Frank Wilson, Sean Trauschke, John Pietrowicz