Regulations & Financial Reform
The Pressure Increases on Companies to Secure their Networks
Cybersecurity is already a top priority for corporate treasury and finance professionals, and it’s about to become even more important. The SEC may soon begin imposing penalties on companies who fail to disclose security breach information to shareholders.
Bank Relationship Management, Post-Basel III
The true implications of higher capital adequacy requirements under Basel III remain largely unquantified given that guidance over the scale and scope of risk weighted capital banks are required to set aside against assets varies considerably. CFOs and treasurers truly face a rapidly changing global banking landscape.
5 Ways Treasury Can Navigate the Regulatory Landscape
Navigating the compliance, regulatory and operational risk landscape has become the biggest headache for corporate treasurers around the world since the 2008 financial crisis. The pressures aren’t likely to ease any time soon.
Basel III: Not a Death Knell for Notional Pooling
Notional pooling is the most elegant tool available to treasurers for intercompany balance management. It causes no substantive problems for corporates—other than misunderstanding.
FBAR Update: Good News for Treasurers But More Questions Too
Buried in HR 3236, the legislation to pay for the federal Highway Trust Fund, signed by President Obama on July 31, is a provision that changes filing dates for FBAR.