The December issue of Exchange looks back at a very volatile 2011 and glances forward, cautiously, to a most uncertain 2012. Treasurers, CFOs, bankers, economists and AFP’s subject matter experts all contribute, offering a complete picture of what lies ahead for corporate treasury and finance. Elsewhere in the issue, three new surveys from the AFP Research Department provide an even clearer snapshot of the mood of treasury professionals. In addition, Nilly Essaides explains what treasurers should do when bank pricing shifts.
Long, Slow RoadAndrew DeichlerTreasurers prepare for 2012
Downbeat ForecastIra ApfelBankers are pessimistic—except in Africa and Latin America
North of the Border Andrew DeichlerThe Canadian treasury outlook
Three SurveysAFP Research DepartmentNew data on the strategic role of treasury, liquidity, and Annual Conference attendees
Default LinesJeff Wallace and Jim SimpsonBest practices in debt compliance
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.