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Elon Musk’s $1.5 billion bet on bitcoin has changed the conversation around cryptocurrencies. For most treasuries, there are plenty of red flags – not least how to account for it.
For giants like Samsung, M&A could be an engine for growth. Will its shareholder-friendly strategy slow M&A growth at a critical juncture?
For the UK, it was hailed as an historic triumph, reaching an 11th hour agreement after years of hard negotiating. For Asia’s treasurers, however, ‘no deal’ is still the only deal.
Valuations might be down but the volume of mergers and acquisitions is showing no signs of slowing down, and neither is fraud. Alvarez & Marsal’s Chris Fordham and Trevor Dick elaborate on the risks for corporate ...
There can be little doubt that sustainability is now driving the style and substance of corporate governance. A new KPMG report quantifies exactly how much it has grown.
They say that crime never pays, but the corporate world has also been known for a whatever-it-takes ethos that says corruption can seal the deal. A new report lifts the lid on a murky world.
Companies with good ESG compliance are better able to weather the storm and therefore better able to protect their market valuation. For treasurers, it's shaping up as a risk mitigator.
Now that Hong Kong has its Beijing-imposed National Security Law, some are calling it the ‘real handover’. So what are the options – and what does it mean - for its 1,300 foreign companies?
Supply chains stretched to breaking point, compliance spend all but collapsed and strange work-from-home measures; put it together and corporates can expect an uptick in fraud
Questions are beginning to grow around “goodwill” and just lately the FASB has waded in. How much is it really worth and how do you measure it?