November 2001

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  • Bond Defaults Go Global

    Staff Writer

    The malaise in the U.S. bond market continues to go global, with the number ofoverseas defaulting bond issuers rising again in 2001 largely at the ...

  • The Challenges Ahead

    Pat Wechsler

    This is my first official issue as the editor ofTreasury & Risk Management, although, admittedly, much of the content, particularly our cover on the magazine's Sixth ...

  • Group to Measure Country Risk

    Staff Writer

    Thinking about setting up shop in Azerbaijan or Croatia? Lehman Brothers andEurasia Group, a New York-based political risk analysis firm, have teamed up tolaunch an ...

  • Finance Pros: Web Will Rule By 2003

    Staff Writer

    Though its use isn't common as might be expected among finance professionalstoday, the Internet is likely to become a significant factor in centralizingcorporate treasury functions ...

  • Steadfast In the Face Of A Weak Economy

    Staff Writer

    Anyone with a name like Charlie Brown should know how to plow forward againsttough odds. And Charles Brown, the new chief financial officer of Delray ...

  • SEC Fee Cuts Return to Congress' Docket

    Jay Sherman

    After weeks of lying dormant, legislation designed to slash the filing fees paidto the Securities and Exchange Commission could be back on track in Congress.Separate ...

  • Share the Burden

    Staff Writer

    Shared-services plan reduces overlap and cuts costs.

  • People on the Move

    Staff Writer

    Frederic F. Brace was appointed CFO of United Airlines and its parent, UAL. Hereplaces Douglas A. Hacker, who became president of United NewVentures, UAL'sInternet initiatives ...

  • Enron Replaces CFO As SEC Launches Probe

    Staff Writer

    Enron Corp. in late October named Jeffrey McMahon the energy giant's chieffinancial officer, replacing Andrew Fastow, who was ousted amid concerns thathis role in two ...

  • Derivatives Trading Rises As Forex Falls

    Staff Writer

    The New York Federal Reserve Bank's survey of activity in the U.S. foreignexchange and derivatives markets shows that daily turnover in derivatives jumped48% to $135 ...

  • Would You Pass The Gravy, Please?

    Richard Gamble

    A year after admitting it had a price advantage over competing ACH systems, the Fed now finds itself in a price war

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