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ACT spouse to treasury administration is greater than simply an replace of the vintage forst version. it's been thoroughly rewritten to include all that has replaced in foreign treasury administration because the first variation used to be written over twelve years in the past.

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Cost V profit centre treasury Treasury departments have different philosophies regarding their role within the wider corporation, and their appetite for profit and risk. A cost centre treasury is one where all activities are carried out as a service for the subsidiaries or other component parts of the corporate group. The finan­ cial benefits generated by treasury activities such as aggregating deals, internal HEDGING and RISK M A N A G E M E N T are passed back in full to the business units. Cost centre treasuries are characterised by being extremely risk averse, where all positions are fully hedged and where all the activities of the treasury depart­ ment are directly related to the business activities of the company.

Where non-executive directors have specific supervisory duties as members of various committees. 32 Corporate governance they are also responsible for ensuring that directors and managers are properly fulfilling their duties. Company law in the UK does not distinguish executive from non-executive directors. O n the role of non-executive directors, critics of the Cadbury Report said that Cadbury's recommendation may start a process of evolution in the board's role which may result in a dichotomy of roles for executive and non-executive direc­ tors.

Furthermore, new OFF BALANCE SHEET TRANSACTIONS were increas­ ingly being developed which fell outside the capital adequacy framework. All 18 Bullet these factors came together to produce a growing sense among central banks and regulatory authorities that some greater standardisation and enhancement of capital measurement and standards was highly desirable in the interests of the worldwide banking system. Efforts were intensified in 1986, particularly through a joint UK/US initiative, to advance a common approach to the measurement of capital through a risk weighted asset measure rather than the more traditional gearing measure.

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