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Articles from Treasury & Risk (September 1, 2012)

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Title Author Type Words
"Back to basics": building blocks for Next Generation Treasury. Interview 1341
% Interest rate hedges: market intelligence, trade analysis, and regulatory change. 1868
A fleet's eye on drivers: companies with truck fleets are starting to use cameras to monitor drivers and cut down on accidents and liability claims. Lindorff, Dave 424
A note of caution: Treasury & Risk's 2012 cash management survey. Survey 332
A tech transformation: Itron's treasury amped up its use of technology to cope with the company's growing size and global exposures. Gamble, Richard 1365
Adding FX forecasts to cash flow models: Toyota Financial Services. 323
An offensive strategy: Paychex. Brief article 301
Automating AR post-merger: Stanley Black & Decker. 168
Building a crystal ball for the pension plan: Pfizer. 572
Building a dashboard for cash: Microsoft. 353
Building a tool to show how risks are interrelated: Ford Motor. Brief article 288
Cloning treasury for a split company: ConocoPhillips. 533
Derivatives: not just hedges: researchers find that 62% of derivatives used by oil and gas companies do not qualify for hedge accounting. Lindorff, Dave 418
Despite reprieve on new rules, money funds lose their luster. 373
Digitization essentials for corporate treasuries: understanding the digital banking revolution: Hubert J.P. Jolly, global head of channel and enterprise services, Citi transaction services. 1242
Entrepreneurship even in treasury: Google wins overall excellence. Kelly, Susan 1086
Enumerating key risks worldwide: Juniper. 602
Generating capital for green energy: Google. 589
Getting a bead on cash: Microsoft. 586
Getting the best return out of short-term cash: Google. 341
Good migrations. Wolf, Stephanie 1135
Hedging against an economic upturn: Google. 552
Locking down cash at acquired companies: Google. 444
Moving healthcare paperwork online: Cigna Global Health Benefits. 344
Off-the-shelf treasury overhaul: Visa. Brief article 229
Pensions under stress: the funding of defined-benefit pension plan has eroded still more this year amid record-low levels of interest rates. Kelly, Susan 443
Polishing forex hedging: as FX volatility grows, companies look for hedging solutions that provide a mix of automation, outsourcing and personal attention. Gamble, Richard 1050
Reputation risk is top of mind. Survey 192
Retooling a plant to make a safer product: Honeywell International. Brief article 295
Risk management technology: how treasurers stay ahead of the curve. 1326
Rolling out a credit card for ads: Google. Brief article 267
Scaling systems for future growth: Google. 320
Speeding up collateral exchange: Toyota Financial Services. 542
Spending transparency: Sprint Nextel. 216
System to score risk efforts: Aon. 373
Tweaking systems to accommodate CLS: Microsoft. 392

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