May 2001
Financial Executive;May2001, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p66
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The article discusses the Financial Executive Institute's Research Foundation and the information it provides. The resources of the foundation are focused on delivering information via books, internet downloads, the "Financial Executive," and telediscussions. The publication "Leverage Competencies - The Key to Financial Leadership Success," which was released along with "Making Enterprise Risk Management Pay Off," was mailed to all of the foundation's supporters. The 1996 report on U.S. corporate taxation of business abroad will be updated in 2001. In order to receive copies of research studies done by the foundation its supporters contribute $250 or more during the campaign year.


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