After two years of relative stability, the currency markets may be readying for a year of heightened volatility. Will companies be prepared?
Companies are slowly converting check payments into wire-transfer, ACH-debit and purchasing-card transactions.
Law-enforcement officials agree that the benefits of a virtual currency like Bitcoin outweigh the risks, but they also insist Bitcoin needs regulation.
Municipal finance chiefs are fighting to keep their troubled cities solvent. Sometimes it’s a losing battle.
To compete with Goliaths, corporate Davids need plenty of organizational flexibility.
Amid political uncertainty, the mutual property insurer's CFO closely manages currency risks to protect FM Global's policyholder-owners.
More companies built up rather than subtracted from their cash holdings last quarter, but some plan to reverse course the last three months of 2013.
The economic picture is far from bleak, a leading economist tells a group of CFOs. But companies must increase wages to keep the momentum going, he adds.
Private capital and other nonbank sources of debt financing are offering companies borrowing options beyond the traditional bank loan.
Nonbank lenders and other sources of private capital will often provide financing to small and midsize companies when banks won’t.
Neil Wessan, group head of CIT Capital Markets, explains how the financing giant is staying disciplined in its underwriting.