July 2015
Treasurer;Jul/Aug2015, p16
The author focuses on the challenges faced by corporate treasurer to understand financial risk. Topics discussed include need to have discussion with bankers and auditors to understand treasury's profile, new initiative taken on behalf of credit rating scale, and challenges to be faced by starters during recruitment process.


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