Are there fewer or more opportunities in 2017 for corporate treasurers? While the challenges seem to be mounting for the role,, so too do the opportunities to bring significant leadership.
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For several years, corporate treasurers have increasingly voiced concerns over cybercrime and in the past year protecting connectivity and payments workflows has come to the fore.
The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) insists that its reforms to money market funds (MMFs) reduce risk, make markets more resilient, and enhance transparency and fairness. Rule 2a-7 is a key component of the new requirements.
The UK’s recent vote to “Brexit” is causing alarms to ring for many organisations, and finance leaders are seeking alternative means to compensate for lagging to negative interest rates. Pile on Section 385 for some US-based multinationals and the challenge becomes even denser for treasury.
As children, many of us were afraid of the dark, monsters, ghosts and ‘things that go bump in the night’. Most of us grow out of it. Yet is this complacency misplaced: if treasurers lack visibility over their cash and risk, what might lurk in the darkness?
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