Treasury & Risk magazine June 2010
What reform means for treasury pros
Downtrodden for years, the dollar gains ground over its biggest competitor as euro zone countries face monumental fiscal woes.
Guts, gumption and a global mind-set are the themes of our 2010 list of the 100 Most Influential People in Finance.
Treasury & Risk's 2010 Enterprise Risk Management Survey
For Your Information (FYI)
The rally in stocks hasn't rescued underwater DB plans.
Insurers' combined ratio spikes amid recession.
Governance & Accounting
A value-added tax seems a likely solution to the swelling U.S. deficit, and it would mean a lot of work for businesses.
Retirement & Benefits
The Obama administration is proposing that employees without access to 401(k)s be automatically enrolled in an IRA.
Natural gas processor Phoenix Park considers even remote risks, but most companies don't look beyond the ordinary.
Tools & Technology
Securing corporate IT systems is crucial, but there are ways to make that effort more productive and less costly.
Companies like Amtrak are tracking more granular information on more factors affecting cash flow and how they correlate.
People on the Move
Charles Noski; Edward Rapp; Charles Bancroft; Irene Esteves; Dilek Samil; Jeff Knobel
The reform of the financial regulatory system, and the risks that may entail, are top of mind for finance executives.