Chris Oulton, the CEO of one of the few independent money market companies, Prime Rate, gives corporate finance directors five factors to consider when seeking to place cash.
The ACT's Martin Donovan reports on why treasurers feel regulation of ratings agencies will increase costs and interfere in competition.
Research company, Greenwich Associates, names Citi and HSBC as having the best online technology for corporate treasury departments and commercial clients globally.
As corporate finance departments and treasury experts face an increasingly worrying credit crunch, software house Sage has tempted customers with a new package. The accounting software application has been delivering its latest updates including cash flow management and credit control. Joh Stokdyk reviews the first look Sage 50.
Martin O’Donovan of The Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) looks at new accounting rules from the international bodies and a furore over proposals to change they way in which pensions are accounted.
This month's look at corporate finance and treasury issues include notes on fair value issues, agreements on contract law, confidentiality problems and new rules for debt and securitisation markets.
The ACT's Martin O'Donovan gives an analysis of the technical issues of UK capital raising, issuer liabilities and pressures on the ratings' agencies.
Corporate finance departments need their treasurers to understand the modern nature of cash management. David Rothon of Northern Trust explains how products have evolved and why being fully aware of risk can offer alternatives to traditional banking solutions.