This Week in Corporate Finance: An 'OK' Employment Report
The two big stories of the week were certainly the U.S. employment report and developments in Crimea. The employment report was stronger than expected. Tensions in Crimea led to a brief flight-to-safety before the markets largely discounted them by week’s end.
AFP EconWatch - March 10, 2014
The U.S. economy added a larger than expected 175,000 non-farm jobs during February.
AFP EconWatch - March 3, 2014
The U.S. economy grew at a slower pace at the end of 2013 than previously believed.
Molding Talent in Treasury
The members of AFP’s Treasury Advisory Group (TAG) met last week in Washington, D.C. Members discussed developing and retaining talent, which has been popular topic of discussion among many treasury and finance professionals at recent events like the AFP Annual Conference and the CTC Corporate Treasurers Forum.
February 2014 Futures in Finance
The month, we take a look at the Corporate Treasury Council's new guide, Attracting and Retaining Talent. Sponsored by Reval, and part of the CTC's Leadership in Treasury series, the guide delves deep into the unique challenges treasurers face in talent management, including practical examples from eight companies in different industries. Also this month, we look at preparing for the FP&A Exam, the characteristics of an optimized close, and more.