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Profit versus cash

03-05-2016 | by Ad van der Plas | It all started in the 90 ‘s of the last century when the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) requested the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) to provide guidelines for the presented net profit in financial statements. The idea was to help private investors make better comparisons between the […]

26 mei Financial Systems: Workshop: Treasury Systems – het waarom en hoe (niet) van Treasury & Banking Software

29-04-2016 | by team treasuryXL | Op 26 mei aanstaande vindt Financial Systems 2016 plaats: een gratis te bezoeken evenement in Nieuwegein voor finance professionals die als beleidsbepaler of gebruiker betrokken zijn bij de inzet van finance IT tools of diensten binnen hun organisatie. Om 15.15 uur wordt de workshop: Treasury Systems – het waarom en hoe (niet) […]

Options are for wimps

26-04-2016 | by Rob Soentken | Does it make sense to use options for hedging? The following little story is about a senior person who I respect a lot, and who didn’t like using options. One day he asked me to execute some call options for his investment book. He never used options, so I […]

Hello world! Meet treasuryXL

Welcome to treasuryXL, platform built by treasurers to serve treasurers. The roots of treasuryXL lies in the Dutch treasury community. The shared opinion in this community is that: although treasury has its added value, there is still a lot of low hanging fruit to be harvested unfamiliarity with the function hinders further success the necessary […]