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Issue 146 - Dec/Jan 2006

Issue 146 - Dec/Jan 2006

ERM-Be a turtle not a tortoise

‘Enterprise’ has become a term which can be affixed to almost any business expression – enterprise data integration; enterprise architecture; enterprise cash management, enterprise wide agreements etc. etc. Typically, these expressions are used by those who coin them – usually those selling something – to mean “More of the Same, but Bigger and Probably More Expensive”. But cynicism aside, Enterprise Risk Management, except when used to refer to avoiding a meteor shower whilst shaking off a pursuant alien spaceship (with apologies to all Star Trek aficionados), is something which all companies, both corporates and financial institutions alike, should be embracing.

Special Feature

 Enterprise Risk Management: for Turtles not Tortoises

by Helen Sanders, Editor

 Toyota’s Engine of Growth

by Richard Garry, Head of Treasury, Toyota Financial Services (UK) plc

 Climbing a Dangerous Mountain

by Jackie Hollister, Commissioning Editor, TMI

 The OTC Derivatives Market

by Rajen Shah, Global Head of Globeclear & Securities Collateral Management at JPMorgan Worldwide Securities Services

Best Practice Articles

 Managing Bank Accounts in the Current Regulatory Environment

by Ulrika Carlsson, Treasury Director EMEA and AsiaPac, Cisco

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