AFP Research Dashboards
Interested how companies similar to yours stack up in the latest AFP Research Report?
AFP Dashboards show you a snapshot of results that are in line with your company's
industry, size or type.
The dashboard takes only a few moments to generate and gives you instant access to
results based on the parameters you set.
Compensation Dashboard provides a snapshot of salary information for 20 treasury/finance
job titles, using data from the 2014 AFP Compensation Survey.
The 26th annual
survey revealed that overall financial professionals realized a 3.8 percent gain in their
base salaries 2013. Advanced degrees and certifications were linked to higher salaries,
especially at the management level.
With the Risk
Reporting Dashboard you can benchmark your organization’s risk management structure by
ownership type, revenue and geography, based on the 2015 AFP Risk Survey (supported by Marsh & McLennan).
A large majority of financial professionals report their organizations are exposed to
the same or greater level of earnings uncertainty compared to three years ago.
With the Payments Fraud Dashboard you can see peer benchmarks for the nature and
frequency of fraudulent attacks on business-to-business payments, based on the 2014 AFP
Payments Fraud and Control Survey (underwritten by J.P. Morgan).
found 60 percent of organizations experienced payments fraud in 2013.
Asset Allocation Dashboard will show you benchmarks for average
short-term investment decisions, based on the 2014 AFP Liquidity Survey
(underwritten by RBS Citizens).
he survey showed that a
cautiously optimistic business outlook continued to shape organizations’
cash and short-term investment decisions. Almost three-quarters of
short-term balances were held in bank deposits, money market funds and
U.S. Treasury securities.
the Treasury Benchmarking Dashboard to see peer benchmarks for the
performance of your organizations' treasury operations, based on the
2013 Treasury Benchmarking Survey.
The survey found large gaps
continue to separate the median organization from benchmark peers. This
means a typical organization, in terms of full-time equivalents and
cost of operations, often operates at levels several multiples higher
than the benchmark company.