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October 2006

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  • Not All Are Convinced

    Richard Gamble

    Checkless technology is becoming increasingly sophisticated, but treasurers are still skeptical. Those that try remote deposit or check conversion, however, tend to sing their praises

  • Actions, Not Words

    Robert Rosenberg

    MBIA's new CFO, C. Edward (Chuck) Chaplin, is working to make finance and business units work better together

  • What's Too Cheap?

    Staff Writer

    Everybody likes a discount, but this banker argues companies looking for too much could delay development of needed technologies

  • Cash At The Extreme

    Duncan Wood

    Moving cash through a war zone like Iraq or coutries without mature banking systems can create a whole new set of challenges

  • CFO Pay Under Scrutiny

    Staff Writer

    Critics of excessive CEO compensation are turning their sights toward CFO pay levels

  • Complaint Central

    Anne Field

    When it comes to whistleblower compliance, the biggest headache for companies is always in the follow-up. Was the problem investigated and resolved? If not, what do you tell the board? These tools keep track

  • Smoothing The DB Ride

    Robert Rosenberg

    A Web-based tool by Russell Investment Group can help treasuries get a better read on their pension assets and liabilities

  • SAP Branches Out

    John Labate

    With a string of products due in the coming months and a partnership with cisco systems, sap is adding significant new functionality for its push into the governance, risk and compliance marketplace

  • Keeping Tabs On Risk

    Dave Lindorff

    Software vendor FIREapps offers trasurers an on-demand tool for enterprisewide foreign exchange exposure analysis

  • Customer Feedback

    Duncan Wood

    Companies are finding it's not always that easy to replace disgruntled customers, which has recently planted customer retention as yet another moving object on the CFO's radar screen. Fortunately, there are new metrics that could make the challenge easier to size up.

  • The Young And Mobile

    Staff Writer

    Treasury & Risk's editors have been hard at work on our annual "40 Under 40" list, searching for the most energetic, and accomplished, finance executives under the age of 40

  • Sidebar

    Staff Writer

    HAROLD YOUNG is head of payments for Deutsche Bank GlobalTransaction Banking (GTB)-Cash Management. Based in New York, Young oversees Cash Management's global product offering, including ...

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