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The Time Bandits Stealing Your Billable Hours

Inefficiency is a thief. It steals your time. If time is money, you’re losing it. Like many nasty things (poison gas, electricity, illness) inefficiency is invisible, so goes unnoticed. Find out what’s robbing you blind and stop losing thousands of pounds of billable time.

Company: Logical Office | Published: 01 June 2017 | Business Area: Financial Management

The evolution of the modern finance leader

From financial guardian to strategic partner and key adviser on the future direction of the business: the role of the senior Finance Leader, from CFO to financial director, has come a long way in a short space of time. Occupying a unique role at the heart of the organisation, it’s little wonder that... view abstract

Company: Dun & Bradstreet | Published: 08 May 2017 | Business Area: Financial Management

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Investing in a changing world

How should investors navigate structural changes that are transforming the global economy? A long-term perspective of demographics, technology and energy is the key to success.

Company: Legal & General | Published: 27 April 2017 | Business Area: Financial Management

Innovative payment solutions

Healthy cash flow is a key part of driving growth for your business. But it’s a constant challenge when you’re battling irregular payment cycles, complex lending policies and, worst of all, late paying customers. A new white paper, produced by American Express, explores the effects of illiquidity... view abstract

Company: American Express | Published: 04 April 2017 | Business Area: Cash Flow

The secret to supercharged business growth

In a new white paper, American Express explains how its Working Capital Solution can help. It can help speed up payments for both suppliers and buyers, and integrates with existing invoice systems. Download the white paper to see how it works, read case studies and to consider some of the benefits... view abstract

Company: American Express | Published: 28 March 2017 | Business Area: Cash Flow

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Explore 3 Emerging Hazards in Enterprise Risk

Most financial leaders are keenly aware of the importance of data and analytics to inform their strategic endeavors, but effectively taking an integrated approach to moving the entire operation of their companies in the right direction—up with the right supplies is not for the faint of heart. Download... view abstract

Company: Dun & Bradstreet | Published: 27 March 2017 | Business Area: Risk Management

How To Use the Law to Deter Late or Non-Payers

As a finance professional do you face the challenges of collecting from late or non-payers. If your customer hasn’t paid on time how do you get the message across to claim what you are entitled to? Read this report to discover how you can use the law to handle these late or non-payers. .

Company: Darcey Quigley | Published: 20 March 2017 | Business Area: Financial Management

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5 reasons SMB hate FX Management

5 reasons SMB Financial Directors Hate Managing FX (and the 15 min cure) This ‘must read’ for SMBs dealing with FX paper provides i) a short review of the top reasons Financial Directors avoid actively managing their FX, ii) what FX issues they should be managing, and iii) a cure to FX headaches... view abstract

Company: Hedgewiz - Financial Risk Management | Published: 02 March 2017 | Business Area: Financial Management

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Reimagining Enterprise Risk: A Global Study

The Finance Mountaineer’s View of the Enterprise Risk Landscape Enterprise Risk is No Longer a Hill to Climb, But a Mountain. Finance leaders must reckon with risk and what this means today is very different from what it meant even a year ago. Explore this study by Dun & Bradstreet targeting senior... view abstract

Company: Dun & Bradstreet | Published: 28 February 2017 | Business Area: Risk Management

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LGC case study: Honouring pension commitments as part of a successful transaction

The Pensions Regulator (tPR) recently proposed imposing substantial punitive fines to act as a ‘nuclear deterrent’ to companies attempting to avoid their pension liabilities. In our case study we look at how our client, LGC, ensured positive outcomes, for everyone, when they were being sold. LGC... view abstract

Company: Hymans Robertson | Published: 20 February 2017 | Business Area: Pensions and Employee Benefits

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