ACT companion to treasury management is more than just an update of the classic first edition. It has been completely rewritten to incorporate all that has changed in international treasury management since the first edition was written over twelve years ago.
This exceptional A-Z of international treasury practice provides clear explanations of uses and practicalities along with the risks and advantages of implementation. ACT companion to treasury management now includes entries on:
Banking relationships and procedures
Financial markets and instruments
Foreign exchange, interest rate and credit risk management
International treasury management
Treasury control and performance measurement
Edited by a leading treasury consultant with contributions from a wide range of experts in their individual fields, it will be an essential purchase for treasurers, finance professionals, business advisors and students; in fact anyone whose work touches on the field of treasury management.
Treasurers; Finance professionals; Business advisors; Finance students
Table of Contents
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Valerie Hawkes is an independent treasury consultant who specialises in advising major corporates on strategic and organisational issues. She founded her own consultancy business in 1992 after working for seven years in treasury and financial consultancy firms. Before entering consultancy Valerie worked in the head office treasury department on BAT Industries plc. She is a member of The Association of Corporate Treasurers and is now vice chairman of the Editorial Committee.
Affiliations and Expertise
A comprehensive list which will help the reader understand some of the more complex issues in treasury management., Paul Spencer, President (1997-1998), The Association of Corporate Treasurers