The April issue of AFP Exchange looks at retail and e-commerce challenges for corporate treasury and finance. Wall-Mart offers two case studies—one about its restructured bank fees, the other on its new disaster management plans in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. Big Lots also weighs in with a case study about how it rolled out a payroll card for all 40,000 associates. Meanwhile, what is holding up mobile banking for corporate treasury and finance? Plus, a profile of the 2010 Pinnacle Award Winner for strategy—Republic Services.
Wal-Mart Jonathan StarkeyThe retail giant offers case studies on structured bank fees and disaster management
Bearing Fruit Amy Lainge, CTPCash forecasting the Chiquita Brands way
No End in Sight AFP Research DepartmentResults of the 2011 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey
Spillover Victor Hinojosa, CTPThe impact of rising oil prices on corporate treasury and finance
RAROC Replacement A better alternative to RAROC for corporates
AFP members can read the full text of selected articles from AFP Exchange. Articles appear on a regular basis following shipment of the print version of the magazine.