October 2009

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  • The 2009 Financial Leadership Survey

    staff Writer

    Ensuring accurate cash flow forecasting and effective working capital management are percolating to the top of financial leaders' agendas, according to the 320 senior financial executives surveyed by Treasury & Risk.

  • Whacking the System Over Breaking the Buck?

    Russ Banham

    Spurred by the Reserve Primary Fund's drop below $1 a share in the wake of Lehman's fall, proposed SEC rules on money market funds could end up curtailing many companies' ability to raise short-term funds.

  • Shoring Up the Weakest Link

    Richard Gamble

    On full risk alert, treasuries are exploring constructive ways to spread available liquidity up and down the supply chain to avoid a bad break

  • Cashing in Next Wedding Season

    Russ Banham

    With reduced liquidity and the increased cost of borrowing, including a savvy treasurer on a merger team can help ensure a successful union.

  • Careers

    staff Writer

    Nicholas Fanandakis; David Sparby; Catherine Smith; W. Patrick Shannon; Timothy Griffith; William Morrison

  • Hunting Foreign Bribes

    Dave Lindorff

    U.S. agencies boost efforts and reach out to international regulators to ensure managers aren't paying off local officials.

  • Count ETFs in 401(k)s

    Susan Kelly

    SunGard and iShares team up to provide a way for plans to offer exchange-traded funds alongside mutual funds.

  • Tracking Covenants

    Susan Kelly

    Using a wiki format, the new Web-based Debt & Covenant Manager can help companies comply with loan restrictions.

  • Talent Shines Despite Crisis

    Staff Writer

    Treasury & Risk's 2009 picks of corporate America's outstanding financial executives under the age of 40

  • Risk Oversight Times 2

    Susan Kelly

    After acquiring FXpress, Reval aims to combine the best of both products into an even better derivatives risk management solution.

  • Cloudy Daze

    Donna Miskin

    Expect the uptick in fraud cases seen during the recession to continue through the recovery.

  • Beware of Fee Hikes

    Richard Gamble

    Pressured banks need revenue and profits, and transaction banking and treasury management are seen as likely sources.

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