Posts Tagged ‘Credit Risk’

Reval Recommends: Top 10 Articles in July

Reval’s Solutions Consulting team helps treasurers around the world leverage technology for operational and strategic challenges. They keep a strong pulse on the market and are Reval’s think tank. Their focus is on best practices for financial risk, cash and liquidity management strategies and tactics. As such, here are their must read articles from July:…

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Basel III: Changing the Game for Banks and Treasurers Alike

As a consequence of the financial turmoil in 2008, Basel III adds new requirements for the composition and quality of capital to financial institutions. Thinking of Basel III as a regulation for banks only may leave you unprepared for the effect it can have on corporate treasury. Anticipating capital restrictions, banks have already increased interest…

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Treasury Outlook with Virgin Atlantic´s Giovanni Sinatra

Giovanni Sinatra, Front Office Treasury Manager, Financial Risk and Fuel Management at Virgin Atlantic Airways Ltd shares views and visions in an interview with Reval. 1) What was the most challenging project in your treasury department in 2013? Increasing regulatory requirements kept our treasury team busy in 2013. As an airline company, we have a…

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Forecasting the Future: Why Treasury Needs to Work Smarter Than Ever

Have you ever worked a job where your official goals and your bonus metrics didn’t align? If your bonus incented you to behave in a manner that was opposed to the goals set for your department, you probably followed your wallet. I find that companies often have the same problem with their cash forecasts: the…

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Treasurers: Your credit risk just increased by $1.7 trillion. Now what?

Collectively, corporate treasurers will wake up on January 1st with a credit risk hangover in the sum of approximately $1.7 trillion.  This is because of the sunset of Dodd-Frank regulations since 2010 that provided treasurers with unlimited FDIC insurance on non-interest bearing account balances. So what’s next?  If companies have not already acted on this event, treasurers…

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