FINANCIAL Director talks with Mark Duke, head of settlement consulting at Towers Watson, about some of the ways in which finance directors can make the most of the value of their companies’ balance sheets with regards to pension schemes.
Mark discusses how the strength of the business defines the value of pension scheme contributions, what are the main concerns of pension scheme trustees, and how companies can make the best use of their assets to support their pension schemes.
Reinmoeller, professor of strategic management at Cranfield School of Management, has proposed an Eight Actions Model to help organisations increase margin and perform ahead of market expectations
The incoming prime minister Theresa May wants to put employee and consumer representatives on company boards, but will it work?
Succumbing to the fear of the unknown will, in itself, kill businesses and the economy. Can CFOs help their business maintain focus?
CFO Agenda: Fragmentation of global tax rules could result in higher costs of doing business, warns Shell CFO
Simon Henry, chief financial officer of Royal Dutch Shell, warns that Brexit and the fragmentation of global tax rules could result in higher costs of doing business and increased risks of cross border of investments and global trade