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One way companies can raise immediate capital or mitigate the risk of being able to collect on their accounts receivable is to sell them off to a third party -- otherwise known as “factoring.” What is it, how does it work, and under what circumstances should a company factor?
February 9th, 2016
Board governance has changed in recent years, with transparency and visibility into the role increasing just as the pendulum swings between the demands of regulatory compliance and the strategic needs of companies. In this podcast, McKinsey’s Bill Huyett joins Werner Rehm to talk about how board governance has changed—and how CEOs and CFOs can...