In April, the U.S. Treasury issued a proposal: Treatment of Certain Interests in Corporations as Stock or Indebtedness, which could have sweeping implications for many routine treasury activities.
Maintaining Public Sector Funding Access: The Importance of Preserving Money Market Mutual Funds (MMFs)
New MMF regulations, taking effect in October of this year, are having major negative consequences for issuers and borrowers of debt held by money market funds. Specifically, Tax-Exempt MMFs (TE MMFs) are closing and assets are leaving. This is drying up a very important municipal financing conduit. As TE MMF funds close (or shorten their
Treasury Strategies shows how proper planning and protocols can stop business email compromise in its tracks.
Corporate Cash Briefing
Click here to download the presentation. Click here to access the recording. Take cover! Driving factors are forcing corporate treasurers to act in 2016. Please join the largest and longest-running conversation on corporate cash decisions in the financial industry. Our upcoming Quarterly Corporate Cash Briefing™ will include a discussion of corporate treasury priorities and a
Manual FBAR reporting is a time-consuming and detail-driven process that can take several weeks to months. As a result, many corporate treasury departments are implementing BAM or eBAM systems to automate the process of gathering, validating, and reporting data for FBAR. Some systems are able to generate FinCen Form 114 (FBAR report). Or, they are
Treasury Strategies’ testimony to the U.S. House Subcommittee on Capital Markets and Government-Sponsored Enterprises
We strongly encourage Congress to put America’s businesses back on the right track by allowing/restoring the free flow of capital. That means instituting protection for those businesses and financial institutions that had nothing to do with causing the crisis. Click here to access a YouTube recording of the testimony.
In mid-October of this year when new regulations are implemented, Prime and Tax Exempt Institutional Money Funds will switch to fluctuating net asset values, and fund boards will be empowered to impose temporary fees or gates if that is in the best interest of fund investors. There has been much discussion and hyperbole around what
US TREASURERS ARE FACING A NEW HORIZON OF UNFAMILIAR DECISIONS, A CHANGING INVESTMENT CONTEXT AND GREATER MARKET UNCERTAINTY. ANTHONY J CARFANG SETS OUT SOME POTENTIAL SOLUTIONS There can be no doubt that, today, corporate treasurers around the globe have major challenges: slow economic growth, fallout from Basel III, FX volatility and financial crisis regulatory overhang.
As treasury’s remit continues to grow, its challenges are multi-faceted. Finance teams have to juggle enterprise-wide risks, global regulations, operational tasks and strategic analysis at the same time, and do so with a limited staff and budget. As 70% of treasurers think staff will stay the same or even decrease, how are finance experts going
Corporate Cash Briefing
Click here to download the presentation. Click here to access the recording. How will current market events impact your treasury decisions? Please join the largest and longest-running conversation on corporate cash decisions in the financial industry. Our upcoming Quarterly Corporate Cash Briefing™ will include an expert panel discussing the factors that are influencing your corporate