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The economic events of the last few years have resulted in changes to expectations and demands of CFOs and treasurers. From traditional management of cash and capital, to accounting and reporting, to financial risk management, treasury objectives continue to grow in scope and importance to company performance. Take risk management strategy as an example of expanding challenges and opportunities for treasury teams.  A treasury group approaching risk can quickly find itself buried in data and complex analysis, in addition to needs for timely execution, accounting, reporting and most importantly positive results. And all of this is in addition to the long-standing expectation of running a well-oiled finance organization. So, how do progressive CFOs and treasurers successfully manage risk? They employ the right tools.

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