Two years ago, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) was still deliberating on new rules for prime money market funds, and Basel III banking reforms were only in the early stages of implementation.
Senior management and business partners increasingly rely on financial planning and analysis (FP&A) to provide them with the analytical engine to power better decisions across the enterprise.
Treasury and finance professionals are seeing an increasing amount of business email compromise (BEC) scams. What can they do after their organization has fallen victim?
The June edition of AFP Risk looks at the latest developments in SWIFT hacking saga. With breaches at as many as 12 banks connected to the SWIFT network
Students, new and old, who wish to sit for the FP&A exam should understand the significant time commitment required to obtain the certification.
Millennial finance professionals are pushing their employers to adopt newer and faster technologies, and they’re pushing their vendors to make user interface more intuitive.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is hosting an event to discuss the financial services needs and challenges businesses face in the current regulatory environment.
AFP’s latest Treasury in Practice Guide, underwritten by Thomson Reuters, provides some possible solutions treasury professionals can apply to make the KYC process easier.
As FP&A becomes the analytics hub of the organization, it must be able to anticipate how competitive disruption may affect financial results and prepare an action plan.
Corporate treasury professionals whose organizations are expanding internationally discussed how to make the know-your-customer (KYC) process easier at New York Cash Exchange 2016.
At New York Cash Exchange 2016, Cyrus Vance, Jr., District Attorney for New York County, weighed in on some of the most pressing cybersecurity threats to treasury and finance professionals.
It should come as no surprise that the Treasury Department’s controversial update to section 385 of the IRS tax code was on the minds of treasury professionals this week at New York Cash Exchange 2016.
Tony Carfang of Treasury Strategies attempted to clear up some misunderstandings about money market fund regulations set to take effect in October.
With authorities now looking into data breaches at as many as 12 banks linked to the SWIFT network, corporate treasurers are undoubtedly concerned over the security of their own SWIFT connections.
During a panel session on international treasury operations at New York Cash Exchange 2016, practitioners explained how they are resolving difficulties around cash visibility and liquidity management.
Blockchain really is going to be a game-changer for treasury. It’s only a matter of time.
The fourth and final guide in the CTC's four-part series on global interconnectivity, underwritten by J.P. Morgan, examines how treasury can set a global payments strategy.
Melissa Cameron and Steve Blore of Deloitte list five steps treasury and finance can take to prepare for the new 385 tax regulations.
At the CTC Corporate Treasurers Forum, Jackie Reses, capital lead for Square, weighed in on how emerging payments technology is impacting key areas of finance and treasury
Several treasury professionals discussed the success they have had using the ISO 20022 standard internationally. They believe that eventually, corporate treasurers as a whole will see the benefits of the standard and get on board with it.
Shortly after BAE Systems reported that SWIFT software may have been compromised in the now-infamous Bangladesh Bank hack, the financial cooperative informed its bank customers that it was aware of “a number of incidents” in which criminals sent fraudulent SWIFT messages across its network. Late Thursday, SWIFT acknowledged a specific new incident.
AFP’s Risk newsletter looks at the latest developments in the Bangladesh Bank hack and resulting theft of $81 million.
In the days that followed the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, BP America’s primary liquidity source, the commercial paper market, became largely inaccessible as the severity of the situation became better understood.
The latest revelations about the SWIFT/Bangledesh Bank cyber incident should serve as a wake-up call to corporate treasurers concerned about security.