Treasury & Risk magazine February 2012
Pessimism prevails in many surveys as the year unfurls.
Dodd-Frank regs likely to mean higher accounting fees this year.
For Your Information (FYI)
18% of 2011 lawsuits involve Chinese reverse-merge companies.
Dean Foods and PulteGroup succeed in persuading suppliers to accept ACH payments.
COSO revision adds 17 principles to ERM model.
Governance & Accounting
Say-on-pay is still a proxy season hot topic.
Tools & Technology
Five areas where companies need to strengthen and update their policies and practices.
Treasury & Risk’s New Global Operations Survey
People on the Move
Michael Cazer; Jeremy Smeltser; Andrew Warren; Timothy Wiggins; Michael Schwindle; Hilliard Terry; John Feenan; Kent Renner
RIMS President Deborah M. Luthi aims to keep up with the expanding definition of risk management.
Approaching non-linear threats in a linear manner does not work