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September 11, 2014
THE LEAD
 
All-out Attack on Healthcare Costs

All-out Attack on Healthcare Costs

CFOs are trying to get their annual cost increases below CPI in preparation for the 2018 excise tax.…Read More

Where to Go After Prime Funds

Where to Go After Prime Funds

New money fund regulations are forcing treasurers to consider alternative short-term investments. Could repurchase agreements gain steam?…Read More

 
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Full Disclosure

The SEC looks closely at financial statements, down to the smallest footnote. …Read More

U.S. Bill Rates Turn Negative

Tax payments reduce supply of short-term Treasury debt.…Read More

The Price of Being Big

Fed outlines capital surcharges for the biggest U.S. banks; domestic surcharges exceed those of international regulators.…Read More

Treasury Can Act on Inversions if Congress Won’t, Lew Says

Legislation proposed by Sen. Schumer would limit deductible interest for companies that invert.…Read More

Insurers Step Up Push for TRIA Renewal

More than 400 trade groups sent a letter urging the House to ‘move swiftly’ to reauthorize the federal backstop for terrorism risk insurance.…Read More

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Managing Liquidity Globally: Mission Impossible

Companies are increasingly shifting away from a domestic or regional approach to liquidity management and many are aiming to build a global liquidity overlay structure. But domestic and regional variations in regulation, tax and local practices can make it difficult, if not impossible, to approach liquidity management consistently in every market. Is true global liquidity management a realistic goal? Read More

Overcoming the Psychological Trade Barrier

While many U.S. companies have already taken advantage of the foreign appetite for U.S. products, the majority of small- and medium-sized enterprises have not ventured beyond U.S. borders. To stay competitive, however, exporting is beginning to look like a business inevitability. Fortunately, there is help. The U.S. government is working with commercial banks to remove any real or perceived hurdles and smooth the path to global expansion. Read More

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