Posts Tagged ‘Market volatility’

TEXPO 2015: Treasurers Three Most Burning Questions

From 19th to 21st of April 2015, over 1,000 treasury and finance professionals regrouped at this year´s TEXPO® in San Antonio. TEXPO is one of the leading financial management conferences in the US. It´s sponsor is the Alliance of Texas Treasury Associations (ATTA), a non-profit organization that brings together the regional Treasury associations from Austin,…

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Five Ways Technology Can Support Talent Management

With the vision of creating a center of excellence for strategic treasury, many treasurers transform their organizations to better support business growth and corporate performance. They look at processes, staff and technology. A July 2014 Treasury Today article, “Treasury Talent: nature vs nurture,” featured a checklist from Andrew White, Manager, Treasury at International recruitment consultancy,…

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Managing Commodity Price Risk

Sustained periods of market volatility such as the current situation in the Eurozone makes hedging an expensive option. However, the volatility in the Eurozone pales in comparison to the volatility that commodities’ consumers and producers have experienced in the last ten years, and it shows no sign of abating. This has forced companies to examine…

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Welcome to the Treasury Grapevine, a new blog from Reval

What’s keeping you up at night? The Eurozone crisis? Dodd-Frank?  The fragile economy?  Oil market volatility?  Each of these concerns are enough to keep treasurers and CFOs around the globe up at night; combined, and it’s a wonder any of us sleep at all. Although crises are the norm in today’s financial environment, treasury organizations…

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