• “Thriving in a hyper-connected world” is the theme of Sibos 2019, which takes place at ExCeL London on 23-26 September. Refinitiv will be at this major financial services event to share insight on sustainable investing, financial crime and the future of finance. Sibos 2019 at ExCeL...

  • With companies facing volatile currency markets and increased risk aversion, many corporate treasurers are going back to basics and revisiting their risk management policies, particularly for foreign exchange risk.

  • Eastman Chemical Company modified their previous approach to adopt an earnings at risk (EAR) model. We speak to their Director of Financial Risk Management about the project.

  • Ford’s Dennis A. Tosh shares his experience in implementing a Cash Flow-at-Risk component to the company’s risk management strategy.

  • Whilst Value-at-Risk (VaR) is regarded as a market standard for risk measurement, discussion about the reference value of risk management and risk measurement in the corporate world has led to the development of a modified approach; the Cash Flow-at-Risk (CFaR).

  • As we face down the barrel of a European debt crisis, an uncertain global economic environment and geo political risk; how far have we really travelled on the road to transforming treasury into the strategic linchpin of the business?

  • Risk management swept to the top of treasurers’ agendas in 2008, but rather than being superseded by other business needs, it has remained firmly positioned at the top of treasurers’ list of priorities.

  • Financial crime is pervasive, yet too many organizations still don’t know who they are doing business with. A Refinitiv survey highlights the gaps in beneficial ownership compliance, as well as the benefits of cutting-edge solutions in screening for risk. Financial crime legislation requires organizations to...

  • Treasurers and other fixed income investors need to rethink risk management. Simply put, there are fewer high quality, highly rated securities than there used to be, while markets have become more volatile.

  • Risk is the uncertainty associated with future cash flows or earnings. Risk management involves measuring and ultimately reducing this uncertainty. Depending on the source of uncertainty, risk can be reduced through operational or financial decisions.