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May 2012 AFP Exchange


May 2012 AFP Exchange

More than ever, it is critical for corporates to restore investor trust, says Baruch Lev. In an exclusive excerpt from his new book, Winning Investors Over: Surprising Truths About Honesty, Earnings Guidance, and Other Ways to Boost Your Stock Price, Lev writes that restoring investor confidence is the most critical issue corporate executives face. Elsewhere in corporate investments, we provide an update on money-market mutual funds—AFP and its members are greatly concerned that the Securities and Exchange Commission will switch to a floating net asset value from a set NAV. Also in the May issue, we look at the latest trends in financial planning and analysis and cover a massive breach in credit card security—more than 1.5 million cards were recently compromised, and some believe the number is closer to 7 million.



  • Term Limits
    Salome J. Tinker, CPA
    Do auditors pose systemic risk?

  • Big Apple
    Andrew Deichler
    AFP members debate what they would do with $100 billion in cash

  • Blind Faith
    Sassan Parandeh, CTP
    When it comes to business continuity, treasurers can’t bank on banks

  • Healthcare Payments
    Dwight Seeley, CTP
    A view from the corporate perspective

  • Know Your AFP Members
    A profile of Ann T. Anthony, CTP

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