Treasury & Risk magazine October 2010
As M&A activity builds, better methods of evaluating a company's goodwill--often a huge chunk of its value--can make the difference between success and failure.
Supply chain finance programs flow into the mainstream as a working capital solution that keeps suppliers afloat in a rough credit environment.
Treasury & Risk's 2010 picks of corporate America's outstanding finance executives under the age of 40
Treasury & Risk's 2010 Financial Leadership Survey
NYSE Euronext exec Clarke Camper on financial reform and compensation.
Governance & Accounting
FASB's proposed rule requiring companies to disclose liability contingencies has corporate lawyers riled.
Retirement & Benefits
Defined-benefit pensions suffer increased liabilities as their funded status shrinks in the current interest-rate environment.
Increased enforcement and some sizable penalties have boosted corporate interest in ethics hotlines.
Tools & Technology
New accounting requirements and the aftermath of the credit crisis are likely to increase treasuries' use of valuation platforms.
The software giant calls on its banks with a detailed timeline for moving to strictly standardized and more detailed reporting.
Max Valdes; Jan Berger; John Doherty; Ron Lataille; Jacqualyn Fouse; Thad Johnson; Michael Lawton
Getting ready for the recovery.