Welcome, readers, to the new Treasury & Risk website. It houses the same best-in-class content that Treasury & Risk has always offered, but in a more streamlined, engaging format.

Our new responsive design ensures articles display seamlessly, whether you're on a desktop computer, a tablet, or a mobile phone. Each article will now reside on a single page, reducing page load time and allowing you to access key information more quickly.

What I'm most excited about is that we've updated our content topics to better align with reader needs. This redesign is a major step in helping readers find, in one place, all the in-depth trend and best practice information, case studies, and research that Treasury & Risk has provided on highly specific treasury topics, such as derivatives hedging, cash pooling, or credit risk management.

Site visitors looking for a section of the website that no longer appears on the top-of-screen navigation bar can now find it via the “More” link at the top of each page. Special reports, Alexander Hamilton Award updates, the Resource Center, and information about upcoming webcasts—including this Thursday's event on treasury automation—are all available via the “More” link.

The information you've come to rely on from Treasury & Risk is still here; we've just adopted a new look and hopefully made our great content a bit easier to find.

Whether you love the new look, hate it, or fall somewhere in between, I welcome your feedback. You can reach me at [email protected].


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Meg Waters

Meg Waters is the editor in chief of Treasury & Risk. She is the former editor in chief of BPM Magazine and the former managing editor of Business Finance.