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Kerry MarunaOctober 12, 2015

What’s Going on in Finance Today…


More executive turnover at Walmart as CFO Charles Holley retires after 5 years. He will be replaced by Walmart’s internal finance chief, Brett Biggs. Standard Chartered, a U.K. based bank will be cutting 1,000 senior managers under CEO Bill Winters. And aluminum company Alcoa has seen a profit drop of 77% in their third quarter. All these stories and more in the CFO roundup…

Audit Fees for Public Companies Up 3.4%

SEC filers paid external auditors an average of $1.5 million in 2014, with the median fee coming in at $402,812.

A Better Way to Do Ecommerce

A Better Way to Do Ecommerce

Learn how Precision Medical leveraged OneWorld to cut the cost of billing in half and added $2.5M in annual revenue.

>> Matthew Heller


Navigating The Dangerous Waters of CFPB

What financial services firms can do to keep “the most powerful and least accountable federal agency in Washington” at bay.

>> Robert Long and Courtney Quirós, Contributors


CFOs on the Move: Week Ending Oct. 9

Xerox, TheStreet, J.G. Wentworth, VASCO Data Security, Allscripts, Infinity Property and Casualty, Bridgeport Education, Farmer Bros., Vereit, Accuray

>> Joan Urdang


Alcoa’s Profit Drops 77% in Third Quarter

The aluminum company’s results disappoint in the first reporting period since it announced it would split into two companies.

>> Matthew Heller


Fed Official Sees Rate Hike This Year as ‘Appropriate’

The Atlanta Fed’s president believes the economy is still on a “satisfactory track” and a “liftoff decision” on rates could come in October or December.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Wal-Mart CFO to Retire After 5 Years on Job

Walmart International CFO Brett Biggs will replace Charles Holley amid challenging times for the retailer, whose stock has fallen 22% this year.

>> Matthew Heller


Restructuring Gaining Steam at European Banks

Credit Suisse, Standard Chartered and Deutsche Bank are among the banks that are overhauling themselves after losing ground to U.S. banks.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Blackstone Buys BioMed REIT for $4.9B

The $23.75-per-share deal gives Blackstone access to office buildings that cater to life science tenants in major markets.

>> Katie Kuehner-Hebert


Standard Chartered to Cut 1,000 Senior Managers

Under new CEO Bill Winters, the U.K.-based bank has been streamlining operations amid a slumping share price and tighter regulation.

>> Matthew Heller


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