Closer to Real-Time for Real-Time Payments
In 2017, an interbank payment system providing near-instantaneous settlements debuted. Why has it yet to catch fire?
CFO Exits Can Trigger Positive Changes
A change in finance chiefs brings a fresh set of unflinching eyes to bear when examining risks and opportunities.
Numbers Don’t Lie, Until They Do
A good number of controllers, financial analysts, accountants, and auditors don't completely trust the accuracy of their company's financial data.
As a new era of real-time payments dawns, companies must weigh the benefits against arguments for early caution.
Agility, Investment, and Human Capital at CFO Rising East
This year's CFO Rising East Summit features topics including strategic frameworks, finance agility, IT transformation, and more.
Tax Compliance Toughens for Intercompany Transactions
Many U.S. companies are still making the internal process changes needed to comply with the OECD's base erosion and profit shifting project.
Does the Earnings Stripping Regulation Remove Too Much?
Questions will arise over whether an intercompany transaction will be treated by the IRS as debt or as stock.
Desired CFO Skills Shift with the Times
At present strategic ability is the priority, but history suggests accounting know-how could circle back to the fore, a CFO says.
Stopping the Madcap Sprint to Close the Books
Continuous accounting can put an end to the recurring nightmare accountants experience.