Start-Up CFOs: Be Ready to Raise Capital, Recap, or Sell
It doesn’t matter if selling the company is or isn’t the ultimate goal — a CFO needs to be prepared to execute all three.
AI is Ushering in a New Era of Integrated Receivables
Sayid Shabeer of HighRadius explains how AI engines can tackle manual processes around cash applications, credit management, and more.
Has Non-GAAP Reporting Become an Accounting Chasm?
Aggressive use of non-GAAP numbers is creating a crisis in how investors, analysts, and the media report financial performance and value companies.
Buyers of Carve-Outs Encounter Integration Hurdles
Noncore assets carved-out can be viable growth opportunities for interested and experienced PE buyers, but integration is tricky.
Antitrust Review: Navigating the Challenges of a ‘Second Request’
When an M&A transaction is flagged for a deeper regulatory review, the buyer and seller may be faced with significant challenges.
Metric of the Month: Days Cash on Hand
Strong cash reserves help you prepare for the unexpected — whether good or bad.
How CFOs Can Unlock innovation
The most important thing CFOs and other leaders can do is give people the right resources and remove the obstacles that allow them to innovate.
Libor’s Phase-Out: 3 Ways to Prepare
Derivatives and hedge accounting, intercompany loans, valuation models — all will be affected by the shift away from Libor.
How a Tax Strategy Is Key to Divestment Success
Commonly, value is lost when sellers identify tax risks in the early stages, but then fail to act to clarify and potentially mitigate those risks
DOJ Puts C-Suite Execs in Crosshairs
DOJ: “While pursuit of criminal and civil remedies against corporations is important, we should always focus on the individuals responsible for misconduct."
Metric of the Month: Total Cost to ‘Manage Taxes’
Corporate taxes are unavoidable, but you can be smart about your spending for tax management and strategy.