PPP “Loan Necessity” Form Causes a Stir
A questionnaire asking borrowers to justify their $2 million-plus Paycheck Protection Program loans is confusing and burdensome, says the AICPA.
Companies Need a Chief Liquidity Officer
The position can help overcome a blind spot when it comes to optimizing liquidity stemming from companies' efforts to minimize operational risk.
How to Modernize the Treasury Department
To add value and move beyond their focus on processing, treasury departments must win management buy-in, automate, and reach out to other functions.
Treasury Announces New Rules For Foreign Investments
The temporary regulations will give the federal government more power to block foreign transactions on national security grounds.
Cash-Flow Forecasting Still Vexing
Why is cash-flow forecasting still so frustrating for treasury departments?
U.S. Treasury Gets Record $97.8B From Fed
The surge in the Fed's remittances to Treasury reflects in part the interest earned from its bond-buying programs to stimulate the economy.
Cashing In on Insight
A recent report from CFO Research documents the value that faster, more accurate cash reporting and forecasting has for growth ambitions.
Before Accepting Bitcoin as Payment…
If forced to do business in a virtual currency, finance will have to alter existing processes and invent new ones. Here's some of what it faces.
Policy Changes Open China to the Middle Market
Regulatory shifts in China are making it easier to fund operations, manage working capital and run treasury operations.
Treasurers Brace for Market Turmoil
As Congress fails to repair the rift over raising the nation’s borrowing limit, smart companies are guarding against a liquidity crisis.
Hitting the Roof
If Congress fails to lift the limit on America’s debts, the consequences are uncertain but definitely unpleasant.