Strategic planning is among the top priorities for CFOs in a new survey, but some finance chiefs feel hampered by legacy IT systems.
It is essential that board makeups represent the customers the company serves.
CPA business executives predict rising costs related to employee health care, and nearly two-thirds have tried to contain costs through higher deductibles.
Risk management initiatives must evolve as an organisation’s risk exposures change. These days, all entities are taking a harder look at how they manage risk, according to an annual survey.
Concerns about regulation eased, and projections for revenue, profits, and expansion are on the rise amongst U.S. CPA decision-makers in a quarterly survey.
Learning to be a manager is more than a check-the-box exercise, according to Debbie Jacobs, senior director of finance at Experian.
Small and midsize multinational companies can use these strategies to manage the risks of volatile foreign currency exchange rates.
Transfer pricing can be a battleground for competing interests within a company. When those interests aren’t balanced, the company could lose out.
A disciplined budgeting approach helped not-for-profit Ducks Unlimited overcome serious financial concerns following the most recent recession.
Janet Wong, CPA, an audit committee chair with ties to Silicon Valley, discusses best practices for CPA audit committee chairs and the expansion of innovation culture beyond Silicon Valley.
One answer at a time, organizations can identify and address critical risks.
Seth Cohen, director, risk management and compliance solutions at PwC, offers six ways for organizations to balance compliance and ethics.
Dale Sheff, CPA, CGMA, controller of Graybar, explains how CPAs who want to push their careers toward management accounting can do so, but he says the path requires commitment.
Executives ranked the business environment as riskier than in previous years, but many don’t plan to devote more resources to risk management, according to a new survey.
This column offers seven ways finance departments can boost employee participation and investment in 401(k) plans.
Despite regulation remaining a top concern for U.S. businesses, optimism is growing in the wake of the presidential election.
U.S. anti-money laundering regulations are well-developed, and domestic coordination to prevent money laundering and terrorist financing is sophisticated and has improved over the past 10 years.
Best practices can help multinationals improve intercompany accounting, such as transfer pricing, cash management, and settlement, while preventing costly problems.
The document offers strategies for deterrence.
CPAs must possess strong technical skills, but soft skills are also key.