September 2006

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  • There's A New Wild Card For Payables

    Richard Gamble

    Few finance executives think of p-cards when it comes to centralizing accounts/payable, but a handful of the big banks have developed programs that are making finance departments and treasuries take a second look

  • The Next 15

    Staff Writer

    The editors of Treasury & Risk-Pat Wechsler, John Labate, Robert Rosenberg, Richard Gamble and Russ Banham-have collaborated to identify the ideas and trends that will play an important part in defining state-of-the-art finance in the future

  • Cutting Some Slack

    John Labate

    In the latest change to Sarbanes-oxley, newly public companies could get an extra year to comply with section 404 requirements, but It might not be enough to keep ipos from drifting overseas

  • Quotations From Chairman Mark

    Pat Wechsler

    PCAOB Chairman Mark W. Olson talks to Treasury & Risk Editorial Director Pat Wechsler about his priorities for his new job

  • Climate Change

    Russ Banham

    After settling down post-9/11, the property insurance market has been roiled by the onslaught of hurricanes in 2005. Unfortunately, thanks to global warming, we may have a lot more pain ahead.

  • Rx For Retiree Health?

    Staff Writer

    Substituting the S&P 500's rate of growth for medical inflation could make retiree healthcare palatable to shareholders

  • A Legislated Shortcut

    Robert Rosenberg

    The pension protection Act may have helped defined contribution plans more than defined benefit by giving a thumbs-up to automatic enrollment--an easy, but valuable, enhancement to a 401(k) plan

  • Washington Update

    Robert Rosenberg

    Wasn't Sarbanes-Oxley supposed to cut down on financial restatements? Well, according to the Government Accounting Office, things have rarely been so bad. Between July 2002--when ...

  • Room For One More?

    Dave Lindorff

    For now, BPM vendors may be talking about the virtues of having a marketing machine like Microsoft in their niche. Will they still be singing the same song if prices drop and several of them disappear?

  • New Identity Police

    Richard Gamble

    Citigroup is about to unveil a state-of-the-art Digital identity management system that will secure transactions between treasuries and banks and could one day extend to supply chain partners

  • Sidebar

    Staff Writer

    Douglas A. Dachille is a founder and CEO of First Principles Capital Management LLC, an institutional asset management firm located in New York City. Immediately ...

  • Sidebar

    Staff Writer

    o Before entering banking, Dallavecchia served as a lieutenant in the Italian army's Brigata Alpina Cadoreo Dallavecchia once taught econometrics at the University of Venice ...

  • Sidebar

    Staff Writer

    Mark W. Olson comes to the Public Company Accounting Oversight Board from the Federal Reserve, like his predecessor, William McDonough. He brings an insider's view ...

  • With Both Eyes Open

    Robert Rosenberg

    Enrico Dallavecchia became Fannie Mae's first Chief Risk Officer in June and has been working hard to develop a new governance culture

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