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Issue159 - October 2007

Issue159 - October 2007

Liability matching is a maturing concept, with increasing synergy between market participants over the use and interpretation of terminology. The products used in an LDI strategy may often be complex, just as the underlying liabilities are complex. By forming a greater understanding of the liabilities, the most appropriate products to offset the risk of these become clearer.

Special Feature

 Game, Set & Liability Match

Helen Sanders, Editor

Best Practice Articles

 Treasury Risk Management: A Model for ERM?

François Masquelier, Head of Corporate Finance & Treasury, RTL Group

 Maximizing the Opportunities of Ancillary Business at Group 4 Securicor

John Ambrose, Assistant Group Treasurer, Group 4 Securicor

 Treasury Centralization at DuPont

Lawrence G. Boyer, Global IT CIO, DuPont Treasury

 Globalizing Cash Management at Roche

Martin Schlageter, Head of Treasury Operations, and Alexandra Greiner,

 Russia Trade Environment

Paul J. Reiff, VP, Global Trade Services, Moscow, Russia, JPMorgan

 Balancing Increased Compliance Requirements with an Ever Decreasing Headcount

Nicolas Courtial, Business Analyst, Trintech, Inc.

Thought Leadership

 Using MMFs: A Less Risky Business

Mark Allen, Executive Director, Co-Head International Cash Sales, Goldman Sachs Asset Management

 SEPA: The Way Forward for Corporates and Banks

Marco Morsch, Product Manager Payments, Commerzbank AG


 Not Just A Summer Panic

Rupert Page, Director, KBC Financial Products

 International News And People


 Letter from the Editor

Helen Sanders

 EACT News


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