The Treasury Career Path
Following the financial crisis, the treasury role has been elevated to a higher profile in many organizations. Tighter regulatory measures from the banks have led to challenges in obtaining funding for businesses. Hence the priority role of a treasury professional—funds management and cash flow—has been heightened to a business critical function.
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.
Attracting and Retaining Treasury Staff in a Time of Uncertainty
Several factors are contributing to the current state of uncertainty in the U.S. economy. How can corporates navigate those challenges as they attempt to develop and maintain an effective treasury staff?
Considering Consulting? Know Your Value
There are many factors financial professionals must consider before making the move to consulting. Before you begin, you should define who you are as an independent consultant, and ensure that there is a need in the market.
A Closer Look at Proposed Lease Accounting Changes
In 2013, the Financial Accounting Standards board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) issued a joint accounting proposal that would significantly change how companies account for property and equipment leases. The primary reason is to provide greater transparency and comparability between financial statements.