Banks will share cyber-attack incident information with each other through a new piece of software called Soltra Edge.
New to the job, James Schnurr suggests that a U.S. switch to global accounting rules is still not out of the question.
Finance execs say they are spending more on preventing cyber attacks, but almost a third indicate their companies are shouldering all the risk.
Credit cards are increasingly used in business-to-business transactions, and the associated fees are cutting into profitability, says REL.
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Finance chiefs take arms against a sea of cyber invasions.
Poor performance foreshadows the industry’s restructuring.
A significant number of directors also think Congress should tackle broad-based tax reform at the same time.