Chief financial officers increasingly are taking on responsibility for their organisation’s customer experience, a job that has traditionally been that of the chief marketing officer.
Ever since the sub-prime mortgage bubble burst in 2008, people have been trying to spot the seeds of a future crisis. But there’s an altogether less likely bubble starting to emerge.
With four hikes since late 2015 - three of them in the past six months - US interest rates are moving higher in line with a strengthening economy. However, for many American corporates the trend has raised concerns over their working capital management.
A surprise victory by Marine Le Pen in the second round of France’s presidential election on May 7 looks unlikely, but can’t be ruled out say VP Bank (Singapore) analysts.
With the Federal Reserve further hiking US rates this month and the ECB continuing its love for quantitative easing, what effects are these contradictory monetary policies likely to have on organisations reliant on the near-term dollar/euro spreads?
Voters have rejected proposed changes that would have abolished special treatment for multinational corporations while maintaining Switzerland’s corporate tax at an internationally competitive level.
Higher interest rates, a strengthening dollar and changes in the US tax regime as well as strong odds on a commodity price revival should all be factored in
A survey by the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) finds earnings uncertainty has increased over the past three years.
As the curtain comes down on the Obama era, US financial professionals await to see how American political and regulatory policy develops under Donald Trump while their European peers face an equally uncertain outlook.
More corporate treasurers worldwide report that their companies have a formal risk policy in place, reports baying and payments tech group FIS.