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FMO: prepared for expectations and estimates

International Financial Reporting Standard 9 (IFRS 9) was announced in 2014 by the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) as the successor to IAS 39. As of 1 January 2018, this comes into mandatory effect for financial and non-financial organizations. According to Paul Buijze, director of finance and mid-office at FMO, the Dutch development bank, IFRS 9 impacts “almost all processes and systems.” So how is this atypical Dutch bank preparing itself for the new IFRS 9 regulation?

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The hybrid role of Treasury at Boskalis

As a maritime multinational, Boskalis is involved in large scale projects all over the world. Due to the complexity of these projects, the Treasury department has a strategic role within the company and is a role model for other multinationals.

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State-of-the-art financial risk management at Türk Telekom

Türk Telekom, with 175 years of history, is the first integrated telecommunications company in Turkey. Due to its long-term foreign currency funding structure, Türk Telekom has significant foreign exchange exposures.

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Anadolubank’s steps to a new risk management framework

Six years ago, in the middle of the challenging days of a new-born financial crisis, Anadolubank Nederland N.V. entered the Dutch market. Looking back, the bank didn’t seem to suffer much from those challenges and managed to grow steadily. However, during that process, it became clear that the bank needed to bring its risk management framework to the next, higher level.

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Greenpeace’s safe choice for sustainability

Donations sometimes have to wait for the right good cause. But as an environmental organization, where can you invest those donations where they’ll be both safe, and not used for purposes that are at odds with what you stand for?

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