Compliance/Regulations

Laws and policy issues in treasury management.

IFRS 9: Why It’s Time to Revisit Hedging

FX currencies corporate buildings

World events over the last 18 months have resulted in some significant currency movements – and many European companies have suffered as a result. Deutsche Telekom, for example, reported that net profit was down 18% last year when the company’s stake in BT lost value “mainly as a result of a fall in BT’s share price and in the pound sterling following the Brexit referendum.” Meanwhile, EasyJet reported pre-tax losses of £212m in the first half of this year, largely due to the weaker pound.

John Campbell
September 25, 2017

The Rise of the Chief Treasury Information Security Officer (CTISO)

Fraud and compliance, top priorities for treasury and CFOs

Fraud and Compliance have begun replacing Cash Forecasting and Liquidity Management as the top priorities for Corporate Treasurers. While Risk Management has always been a priority for Treasurers, managing risk typically meant implementing a good hedging policy or ensuring sufficient liquidity to meet cash obligations.

Bob Stark
March 27, 2017

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