As the deadline for the 2023 Alexander Hamilton Awards program draws near, I'd like to personally invite all readers who have undertaken groundbreaking projects to enter. It is always a highlight of my year to read about the innovative approaches our readers have developed to solve their challenges in treasury, finance, and risk management. I can't wait to see all the interesting advances this year's submissions contain!

Like recent years, the 2023 program will recognize achievement in seven categories:

  • Treasury transformation
  • Liquidity management
  • Financial risk management
  • Working capital & payments
  • Operational risk management & insurance
  • Technology excellence
  • Best practices in restricted/emerging markets

We may also recognize one organization with an Overall Excellence Award, if our judges feel such an award is deserved based on the various entries received in the contest's seven categories.

These awards recognize all types of organizations, from midsize domestic businesses to some of the world's largest companies. Winners of recent awards range from Microsoft, Walmart, and Boston Scientific to Charter Hall, International Fund for Animal Welfare, Stanley Black & Decker, and Brose Fahrzeugteile. (You can see all winners from the past several years here.)

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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.