Corporate Finance magazine October 2004
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Corporate Finance magazine October 2004

Viacom set for biggest share buyback
Foreign Exchange trading in the UK up 49% in three years
Aggressive earnings management - a threat to corporate reporting
Bob Ferguson joins Credit Suisse First Boston in european high yield sales
JPMorgan launches foreign exchange funds transfer initiation
SEC to change IPO rules
Carnival announces $1 billion share buy-back
High yield: the good and the bad
CFO role rising in prominence, says recruiter
SEC manages to upset US and European corporate bond markets
Survey reveals major impact of leadership succession planning on commercial success
Only 5% of CFOs are promoted to CEO
CFOs lambast rating agencies
Pru shows cost of bad investor relations
Deutsche offers USD global cash concentration
Deloitte says Sox is stifling M&A activity
Russian corporate brings IPO cheer to the NYSE
Economic crime costs UK businesses £40 billion
Nordea, The Royal Bank of Scotland and Société Générale announce corporate card alliance
Rising instability in corporate ratings, says Moody’s
Corporate boards see shortcomings in monitoring & reporting
Stock options rule decided but delayed
Corporates are not taking balance scorecards from concept to reality
Speculative grade corporates: sunny spells, but clouds on the horizon
Study shows less than 10% of FTSE 100 companies hit analysts' forecasts
EU drafts reaction to accounting scandals
PwC's new global management survey reveals that neglect of divestment strategy is damaging business
IFRS compliance becomes major investment criteria
Companies should comply in full to IAS39, says ASB
Aegon and Axa demonstrate tier one uncertainty
European corporates still seeking liquidity
BNP Paribas adds to Spanish corporate finance team
India's corporates show strong credit quality
Basel to give big boost to corporate bonds
Hansabank proves benefit of EU accession
Largest pension default in US corporate history
CDOs push out CFOs and CEOs
Saga ends with good and with bad
One STEP closer for cheaper euro payments
Corporates demand pan-European pension...
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