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Risk Management

warning-road-signManaging financial risk is a top treasury priority — interest rate risk, currency risk, price level risk and counterparty risk. We help our clients identify and measure underlying exposures and means to mitigate them.

Treasury Strategies can assist you in avoiding potentially catastrophic impacts of poor risk management. We help our clients:

  • Manage inherent business risks
  • Interest rate movements
  • Currency fluctuations
  • Commodity price volatility
  • Counterparties
  • Identify and quantify risk triggers
  • Increase awareness of risk management across the organization

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2017 National Treasurers Conference

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Money Market Fund Regulation Winners, Losers and Long-Term Consequences

New Money Market Fund regulations which went into effect October 14, 2016 were intended to prevent future bailouts and enhance market stability. Instead, they have disrupted financial markets, hurt business and municipal borrowers, and increased U.S. taxpayer bailout exposure in future market stress events. While there are winners and losers with any regulatory change, the magnitude of the shifts in… Read more »

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