Executive Briefing CFOs in the Firing Line

| 01-07-2020 | TIS |

Government-imposed sanctions on who companies can trade with and how are changing almost daily. At the same time, CFOs are becoming personally responsible for sanctions violations relating to payments – and the size of fines imposed on errant organizations is snowballing.

How, then, can finance leaders tackle these issues to minimize the risk of sanctions breaches, improve payments workflows, and ultimately, avoid severe legal consequences? Our partner TIS offers an executive briefing on this topic. Read more about:

  1. The importance of government-imposed sanctions
  2. What types of sanctions exist?
  3. Pinpointing the risks
  4. Why in-house screening matters
  5. Optimizing the set-up

Download the latest executive briefing from TIS and gain timely insights into this complex topic and an extensive list of legal expert’s recommendations in order to ultimately protect the organization against the financial and reputational damage of a non-compliance incident as well as the CFO from personal liability.

About TIS:

TIS (Treasury Intelligence Solutions GmbH), founded in Walldorf, Germany in 2010, is a global leader in managing corporate payments. The Financial Times named TIS as one of “Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies” for 2019 and 2020. Offered as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), the TIS solution is a comprehensive, highly-scalable, cloud platform for company-wide payments and cash management. The TIS solution has been successfully used for many years in both large and medium-sized companies, including Adecco Group, Hugo Boss, Fresenius, Fugro, Lanxess, OSRAM and QIAGEN. More than 25% of DAX companies are already TIS customers.

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