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Eliminating Friendly Fraud: 10 Friendly Tips from Uber
Merchants at MRC Dublin 2018 received some tips on what they can do to prevent “friendly” fraud, as well as recoup losses from it, courtesy of two experts from Uber.

05/17/2018

Trust the Process: How FP&A Can Strike a Balance Between Too Much and Just Enough
There is a healthy tension when it comes to process: How do you strike the right balance to get the benefits without strangling agility?

05/16/2018

Making Sense of Machine Learning: Tips for Merchants
Many companies are misunderstanding some of the fundamentals of machine learning. At MRC Dublin, an expert panel tried to clear up some of the confusion.

05/16/2018

GDPR: Implications for Machine Learning
Fred Sadaghiani, CTO of Sift Science, and Roberto Valerio, CEO of Risk Ident, discuss how the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in Europe could affect machine learning.

05/16/2018

10 Reasons Why Fraud Will Never Go Away
At MRC Dublin, Dr. Patrick Dixon provided a list of reasons why fraudsters will continue to thrive in this new, fraud-heavy paradigm that merchants currently find themselves in.

05/15/2018

3 Tips for Selecting a Treasury System: Duracell’s Journey
Mary Gilbert, Treasury and FX Risk Manager for Duracell, will discuss her organization’s TMS journey in a session at AFP 2018.

05/14/2018

It’s Handled: Judy Smith Talks Crisis Management at AFP 2018
Fans of the TV series “Scandal” won’t want to miss the Executive Institute Monday Luncheon at AFP 2018, featuring Judy Smith—the inspiration for the character Olivia Pope.

05/14/2018

The Next Generation of Cyberthreats
Eric Rosenbach, former Pentagon Chief of Staff and former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Global Security and Homeland Defense, discusses the biggest cyberrisks to corporate practitioners.

05/09/2018

Why Treasury & Finance Pros Need to Tell Stories
AFP 2018 speaker Doug Stevenson of Story Theater International explains why you should tell a story in your presentation.

05/08/2018

Tax Reform: Will Section 956 Still Impact Treasury?
Though there is no deferral of foreign earnings under the 2017 tax bill, Section 956 was surprisingly retained and there are questions as to how much of an impact it could still have on treasury organizations.

05/08/2018

Brand Yourself for Success: A Guide for Finance
A brand is an intangible asset, a unique promise of what the company stands for when you see its name, logo, slogan or product, even before you interact with it. This same logic applies to you.

05/07/2018

How Can Treasury & Finance Executives Retain Talent?
Nicole Meyer, Founder and Managing Partner of The Meyer Partnership, explains why employees leave their jobs, and what treasury and finance executives can do to retain them.

05/07/2018

Friendly Fraud & False Declines: 3 Tips for Retailers
Keith Briscoe, CMO of Ethoca, provides a three-pronged solution for retailers to tackle so-called "friendly" fraud and false declines.

05/03/2018

Blockchain Use Cases: Syndicated Lending
Vinay Prabhakar of Finastra describes several use case for blockchain that are applicable to corporate treasury and finance, particularly syndicated lending.

05/02/2018

Failing Upward: Knowing When to Pull the Plug on Robotics
We’ve been hearing a lot about the benefits of robotic process automation (RPA), and for good reason. But what if you were trying to implement RPA for process improvement and found that it didn’t work?

05/02/2018

Faster Payments: How Treasury Can Craft an Adoption Strategy
Though corporate treasury and finance professionals have shown considerable interest in adopting faster payments, they need to apply a well thought-out strategy to be successful.

05/01/2018

Why API Standardization Matters for Treasury
George Throckmorton, Managing Director, Strategic Initiatives and Network Development for NACHA, explains why there is a need for API standardization, and discusses two pilots that NACHA is working on that can benefit corporate treasury and finance professionals.

05/01/2018

Stepping Up: Why Payments Security is a Collaborative Effort
Protecting customer data is the responsibility of payments industry stakeholders, stressed an expert panel at NACHA Faster Payments 2018. But that's easier said than done.

05/01/2018

BreakThrough Preview: Where is Treasury Technology Going?
Bob Stark of Kyriba will provide attendees of the BreakThrough Treasury and Finance forum with a look at the latest technology trends impacting the treasury landscape.

05/01/2018

Study: Trade War Fears Hasten U.S. Cash Accumulation
Concerns over festering trade wars and rising geopolitical concerns convinced treasury and finance executives to return to cash accumulation, according to the latest AFP Corporate Cash Indicators®.

04/30/2018

Invoice Automation: Refining the AP Process
With the role of accounts payable expanding, it is critical to improve its efficiency. One means of achieving this is through automation of the invoice process.

04/30/2018

Controls for a Paper-Based Accounts Payables System
Though it may seem unlikely that some companies still use entirely paper-based systems to conduct their AP processes, this is still the case for some smaller businesses, especially in developing countries. Even with a paper-based system, controls are needed to ensure that it operates properly.

04/30/2018

FBAR FAQs, Part II: FinCEN, IRS Answer Your Questions
The AFP Treasury Advisory Group recently held discussions on Foreign Bank Account Reporting (FBAR) with representatives of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) and the IRS.

04/30/2018

What Retailers Need to Know About Surcharging
Theresa Y. Kananen, Partner with Arnall Golden Gregory LLP, provides retailers with some insights on the challenges around surcharging.

04/26/2018

The Evolution of Card Fraud
Micheal Reitblat, CEO of Forter, explains how card fraud as evolved since the Target breach and the implementation of EMV technology in the United States.

04/25/2018

FP&A Needs a Beacon to See Through Volatility
To manage short-term volatility, FP&A practitioners often have a principled response: follow the core attributes of your company. At FinNext in San Francisco, a panel of experts discussed how market changes can up-end their operations, and how they navigate their teams through the ensuing volatility.

04/25/2018

2018 AFP Fraud Survey: Account Takeovers Increase
Magnus Carlsson, AFP's Manager of Treasury and Payments discusses how the 2018 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey, underwritten by J.P. Morgan, revealed an increase in account takeovers.

04/24/2018

ETA: Proposed Tariffs Will Hurt Retail, Payments Industries
Scott Talbott, SVP of Government Affairs for the Electronic Transactions Association, discusses how proposed tariffs on point-of-sale (POS) terminals imported from China will negatively impact retailers and the payments industry.

04/24/2018

Building a Financial Model – Art or Science?
FP&A professionals must learn to balance both science and art when building a financial model and understand when which approach is more applicable to a particular use case.

04/23/2018

Can Blockchain Solve KYC and Digital Identity? Maybe.
Blockchain proponents believe the technology has broad applications for treasury and finance. But could it solve know-your-customer (KYC) compliance?

04/20/2018

New Chargeback Dispute Process: Tips for Retailers
Monica Eaton-Cardone, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Chargebacks911, discusses new systems from Visa and MasterCard that are intended to streamline the timely and costly chargeback process for merchants.

04/19/2018

Leveraging AI to Fight Fraud
Micheal Reitblat, CEO of Forter, explains how artificial intelligence (AI) has expanded in recent years and how it can be used to commit or combat payments fraud.

04/19/2018

Preventing Data Breaches: Five Keys for Retailers
Five years after the Target data breach, massive hacks continue to plague retailers—and more importantly, their customers.

04/18/2018

Life Hack: What Happens When Biometrics Are Compromised?
Treasury and finance professionals worry about customer data being stolen by criminals. But what would happen if customers’ biometric data, such as DNA, used to access their accounts was compromised?

04/18/2018

Inside View: Securing Faster Payments in the U.S.
Steve Mott, CEO of BetterBuyDesign, provides an insider's view of both the Federal Reserve's Secure Payments Task Force and its Faster Payments Task Force.

04/18/2018

AFP 2018: Time for a Change-Up
AFP 2018 is all about breaking out of your regular routine. That’s why we’re introducing a number of new features this year, while expanding upon others.

04/17/2018

FBAR Headaches: How Automation Can Alleviate the Pain
Manual FBAR reporting is a time-consuming and detail-driven process that can take several weeks to months. As a result, many corporate treasury departments are implementing BAM or eBAM systems to automate the process of gathering, validating, and reporting data for FBAR.

04/17/2018

FP&A Insights: Advances in Excel
Jonathan Crane, FP&A, Senior Manager, FP&A for Hamilton Company, explains how using PowerPivot and Power BI can enhance the capabilities of Microsoft Excel.

04/17/2018

Collections is a Treasury Issue. Here’s How to Improve It.
In a low interest rate environment, the opportunity cost of idle cash seems low, but the benefit of a capital redeployment from moving operating cash for investment purposes often is overlooked.

04/17/2018

Who Should Manage a Centralized KYC Repository?
Caitlin Sinclair of Thomson Reuters weighs in on whether its should be banks or regulators who oversee a centralized know-your-customer (KYC) utility.

04/17/2018

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