The March issue of AFP Exchange focuses on payments and financial planning and analysis, or FP&A. Corporate Todd Patterson, CTP, discusses the art and science of financial target. Consultant Anand Goel analyzes the proposed rules on debit interchange fees. Another corporate, Steven Stellato, gives his perspective on the record-to-report process. AFP’s new Corporate Payments Strategy is getting more corporates involved. Finally, Sunita Parasuraman, Senior Treasury Manager with VMWare Inc., writes about the affect QE2 will have on corporate treasury and finance.
Dynamic Duo Michael TrzupekMicrosoft on FP&A business partnering
Payments Report Ira ApfelRichard Oliver of the Atlanta Fed discusses his agency’s 2010 payments study
Tough Decisions Vincent LiEnhanced consumer privacy protection in China will change the business environment
Straight Shooters Andrew DeichlerOmnicom’s 2010 Pinnacle Award-winning cash management strategy
The Pain of Parity Nilly EssaidesA better alternative to RAROC for corporates
Cost of Capital Results of the first AFP Current Trends in Estimating and Applying the Cost of Capital
New CTPs Winter 2010 CTP and CTPA designees
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.