Through analysis of cash positions, foreign exchange risk and counterparty risk, powerful tools now help CFOs effectively perform their duties.
A company's performance is often summed up by its capacity to produce, sell and innovate, and its ability to attract and motivate talent. The effectiveness of its finance policy is highlighted less frequently, as if it played only a minor role in the company's success. In fact, the situation is quite different. Financial departments are constantly seeking tools and solutions to help them optimize their cash management, allowing them to become more efficient in an increasingly competitive environment.
Following the tumultuous U.S. election season in 2016, and to kick-off 2017, corporate accounting, tax and treasury teams have been busy planning ahead for the incoming administration led by Republican President Donald Trump, and the inevitable changes it will bring.