Accounting

Have Exports, Will Travel: Applying Accounting and Tax FX Best Practices

Have Exports, Will Travel: Applying Accounting and Tax FX Best Practices

For US companies, the siren call of overseas profits is strong, and it has led to corporate decision-makers expanding their business operations. How can US companies doing business across borders define Accounting and Tax best practices?

The Trump effect: Can businesses hedge against the US-UK “special relationship”?

The Trump effect: Can businesses hedge against the US-UK “special relationship”?

As Trump gets a taste for bilateral trade with the U.K., we explore how corporates can gain from spikes in sterling against the dollar, while minimizing inevitable falls as Brexit negotiations bite.

Managing Corporate Currency Risk: The Accountants’ View

Managing Corporate Currency Risk: The Accountants’ View

As with the other roles examined in this series, the integrity of multi-currency accounting is being tested by globalization and economic instability. This installment in our blog series examines the challenges of determining functional currency rates and how corporate accountants can focus on centralization and clarity to strengthen their efforts.

Oil, gas and mining: how rising FX volatility impacts finance, accounting and treasury professionals

Oil, gas and mining: how rising FX volatility impacts finance, accounting and treasury professionals

Our 2nd Volatility Series blog examines the impact of global FX volatility and how finance, accounting and treasury professionals in oil, gas and mining businesses are managing their FX exposure.