Closer collaboration across multiple functions should improve the information flowing to the treasurer and CFO, and enable them to better communicate financial performance to investors in a way that helps them understand the risks a company faces.
Is spending tens of thousands on a vendor solution to compute Cash-Flow-at-Risk really necessary? Vincent Delort, Japan Tobacco International, proves that a low-cost, in-house solution using Excel can be just as effective – including the precise Excel formulae used.
With cyber-attacks continuing to dominate the headlines, corporate treasurers remain prime targets. Having seen the attempts made against his treasury department first-hand, Christof Neilischer outlines his cyber risk strategy at Willis Towers Watson.
Treasurers are constantly challenged to be more efficient and innovative in driving forward the treasury strategies that are aligned with the underlying business, supporting working capital goals and embracing new technologies. But how best for companies to thrive in this age of disruption?
Visualising risk using dashboards that bring together data from across the enterprise, and modelling the impact of different market and hedging scenarios is fast becoming a priority for treasurers. The Editor reports on the findings of a recent TMI webinar.