Small Business CFOs Must Build Ethical Awareness
The incentive to cut corners, including ones requiring questionable ethics, has never been greater.
Regulator Hits Wells Fargo With $250M Fine
The OCC says deficiencies in a Wells Fargo loan modification program constituted “reckless unsafe or unsound practices."
Preparing for Shareholder Activism
CFOs should proactively address potential areas of activist attention to reduce the chances of becoming the target of a campaign.
Capital One Fined $80 Million Over 2019 Hack
The Federal Reserve is also requiring the bank to improve controls.
The Disappearing DB Pension Plan
The use of defined benefit pension plans continues to decline as sponsors look to de-risk pension strategies.
The Other Side of the Network
Cybersecurity is starting to venture outside the firewall to focus on users and their devices.
Why Risk Management Should Be a Higher Priority
CFOs are equipped to turn risk into an advantage, an international accounting leader says.
The New CFO Mandate: Prioritize, Transform, Repeat
Finance chiefs are uniquely positioned to resolved differing points of view and lead substantive change for their companies: McKinsey research.
AIG Discloses Significant Catastrophe Losses; Names New CFO
AIG accumulated $750 to $800 million in catastrophe losses in the fourth quarter. The insurance company also named Mark Lyons as CFO.
Strategic Supply Chain Platforms Aid Risk, Compliance Functions
The platforms enable changes that at once drive supply chain process improvement, maximize compliance, and mitigate risk.
What Risks Would a Trade War Bring?
President Trump's planned tariffs mean companies should assess risks across business groups and multiple layers of management.