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AFP Survey Research & Economic Data


AFP Research draws on the knowledge of AFP members and subject matter experts to provide financial professionals with timely data, analysis, and peer perspective to stay current on trends in treasury and finance. For more information on AFP Research, visit our Research Report FAQs.

Economic Data

 

View the latest economic trends affecting financial professionals – from business confidence to corporate cash levels.


AFP Survey Research

 

Benchmark your organization and compare your perspective to other corporate practitioners’ through relevant data and insights.

Featured Research

2015 Comp Survey Thumb2015 AFP Compensation Survey

The 27th annual AFP Compensation Report provides detailed job descriptions and salary information for 20 different job titles in seven different industries across the four major census regions of the United States. This year’s report includes compensation data for four additional job titles: FP&A Director, FP&A Manager, FP&A Senior Analyst and FP&A Analyst.

Risk Thumb2015 AFP/gtnews Treasury Management System Survey

The 2015 AFP/gtnews Treasury Management System Survey examines trends in the use of TMS and assesses their current benefits , challenges they present and opportunities for improvement. Results were compared across defined regions (based on organization location) and revenue categories.

Risk Thumb2015 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey

The 11th annual 2015 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey gauges the trends and challenges associated with payments fraud. The survey examines the nature and frequency of fraudulent attacks on business-to-business payments and how organizations prepare themselves to deal with fraud.

 
Risk Thumb2015 AFP Risk Survey

The 2015 AFP Risk Survey, the fourth in the series gauges financial professionals’ views of the current risk environment and also focuses on the growing risk of cyberattacks. AFP thanks the Marsh & McLennan Companies for their support of this survey.

 
2Data Intel Thumb2015 AFP Business Outlook Survey

More than half of financial professionals anticipate business conditions will improve during 2015–the largest percentage suggesting such improvement since before the recession of 2008-2009.

 

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AFP Research Dashboards

 

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