Startups Need a Grasp of U.S. Trade Controls
Export control requirements, economic sanctions, foreign ownership rules, import restrictions — cross-border trade continues to get more complex.
Small Business CFOs Must Build Ethical Awareness
The incentive to cut corners, including ones requiring questionable ethics, has never been greater.
Overhauling the Finance Department for the Future
Hybrid and remote models provide finance organizations access to global talent pools and specialized resources they might not have previously had.
Will the SEC Finally Approve a Tougher Clawback Rule?
A 2015 proposal, never adopted, would put the incentive-based compensation of other executive officers at risk.
Time to Double Down on Efficient Cash Conversion
Although flush with cash, the best-performing companies aren't forgetting about fine-tuning their cash conversion processes.
Chaos Reigns in Corporate Tax Departments
Both the buyers and sellers of corporate tax software need to recognize that we’ve now entered a world in which everything is intertwined.
3 Things CFOs Need to Know About FX Hedging
CFOs need to own a hedging program’s objectives and recognize its limitations.
A New Planning Paradigm for CFOs
Is there a planning exercise that assimilates FP&A and S&OP? One that can harmonize, balance, and account for both leading and lagging indicators?
Acquirers: Don’t Skimp on Commercial Due Diligence
Perhaps no other due diligence topic is more important than understanding the attractiveness of a target’s end-market and its competitive landscape.
CFOs: Prepare for Changes in Global Tax Rules
Some of President Biden’s new tax proposals, if passed, will have significant ramifications. Here are the regulations to watch.
Steering Clear of Ponzi Schemes
Recent examples show Ponzi schemes are still very prevalent and leave significant investor losses and hardships in their wake.