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With the economic downturn and the problems that emerged last year in the supposedly low-risk money markets, more boards are riveting their attention on liquidity and investment policies, according to a survey from KPMG. Fifty-seven percent of directors and finance executives say their boards have taken a closer look at treasury investment policies and procedures, while another 9% say the board has talked about doing so. Of the companies that have reassessed treasury investing practices, 16% have altered the investment authority granted to treasury so that more transactions require board approval.

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