The increasing visibility of treasury at the board level due to the recent turmoil in the financial markets requires treasury to use the optimal tools available to manage a corporate’s risk. The three areas to consider are:
- How to identify risk.
- How to measure risk.
- How to manage/mitigate risk.
To help corporates navigate these areas, gtnews is publishing its first annual Buyer’s Guide to Risk Management Systems. The guide will be sent out to gtnews’ 50,000+ subscribers from around the globe at the end of April. It will feature expert commentary, best practices, and a matrix of risk management software and technology vendors and aims to be an all-in-one resource for corporate practitioners.
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