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  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Continuous Equity Financing With Forwards: A Practical Solution To Strategic Capital Raising

    The paper thoroughly explores the rationale and mechanics of including a "Forward component" in a continuous equity financing program. While this paper was written with the needs of chief financial officers and chief counsels in mind, it also can serve as a valuable resource for anyone involved in managing corporate...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Treasury Collections In The Insurance Industry: Current Practices And Priorities For The Future

    Prompt cash collection, ease of obtaining remittance data and the ability to apply incoming payments efficiently are among the most important business support requirements for insurance companies today. To explore the key challenges that insurance companies are facing, and to help position solutions to address these issues, commissioned the author...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Streamlining A Healthcare System's Back Office Delivers Across-The-Board Savings

    As the health system expanded its suite of outpatient services over recent years to meet the needs of the state's growing population, patient visits throughout the system had been steadily increasing. One critical area of the healthcare provider's business directly impacted by this growth was the back office. A major...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    How Fit Is Today's Healthcare Provider's Financial Back Office?

    It's no secret that nowadays' healthcare providers face immense obstacles in trying to contain the exorbitant costs of running an efficient patient financial services operation. As part of their attempts to do so without impeding the quality of patient services, efforts to overhaul patient claims and payment processing systems to...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Towards A Common Carbon Currency: Exploring The Prospects For Integrated Global Carbon Markets

    The causes and consequences of climate change have forced the global community to curb emissions of greenhouse gases. The scale of this challenge calls for use of policy tools that combine environmental and economic efficiency. Environmental policy gradually has recognized the benefits of moving from command and control policies toward...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Anatomy Of A Meltdown

    The object of this paper is to identify some of the broad themes driving the current financial meltdown and the housing bubble that preceded it. Section 1 focuses on leverage, with special attention to three sources of trouble: no-money-down mortgages, over-leveraged investment banks, and the selling of credit default swaps....

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Change Without Pain: An Alternative Model For Year One Of Outsourcing Agreements

    When you turn over the control of an important business process to another company, it is crucial that you focus on the sustainability of the relationship as much as the elements of the procurement phase. All too often, emphasis is placed solely on selecting the right service provider and on...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Transform Treasury Investing With Portal Technology

    Over the past decade, the financial services industry has developed a variety of automated systems designed to improve the short-term investment process. These tools range from simple Web sites offered by money fund providers to robust investment portals offering a market of investments to the investor over a secure integrated...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Payables Trends: Optimizing Your Process In A Mixed Payments Environment

    Nowadays, most companies - regardless of their size or volume of their payments - are paying the vast majority of their business-to-business bills by check. In a day and age where electronic payments have proven reliable and timely, should paper checks still be this prevalent? Or, should companies be using...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Jan 2003

    Corporate Governance Guidelines-The Bank of New York Company, Inc.

    The business and affairs of The Bank of New York Company, Inc. (the "Company") are subject to the general oversight and authority of the Board of Directors (the "Board"). The Board has adopted these Corporate Governance Guidelines. Together with its Certificate of Incorporation, Bylaws, and charters of Board Committees, these...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Transform Treasury Investing With Portal Technology

    Over the past decade, the financial services industry has developed a variety of automated systems designed to improve the short-term investment process. These tools range from simple Web sites offered by money fund providers to robust investment portals offering a market of investments to the investor over a secure integrated...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Change Without Pain: An Alternative Model For Year One Of Outsourcing Agreements

    When you turn over the control of an important business process to another company, it is crucial that you focus on the sustainability of the relationship as much as the elements of the procurement phase. All too often, emphasis is placed solely on selecting the right service provider and on...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Towards A Common Carbon Currency: Exploring The Prospects For Integrated Global Carbon Markets

    The causes and consequences of climate change have forced the global community to curb emissions of greenhouse gases. The scale of this challenge calls for use of policy tools that combine environmental and economic efficiency. Environmental policy gradually has recognized the benefits of moving from command and control policies toward...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Treasury Collections In The Insurance Industry: Current Practices And Priorities For The Future

    Prompt cash collection, ease of obtaining remittance data and the ability to apply incoming payments efficiently are among the most important business support requirements for insurance companies today. To explore the key challenges that insurance companies are facing, and to help position solutions to address these issues, commissioned the author...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    Continuous Equity Financing With Forwards: A Practical Solution To Strategic Capital Raising

    The paper thoroughly explores the rationale and mechanics of including a "Forward component" in a continuous equity financing program. While this paper was written with the needs of chief financial officers and chief counsels in mind, it also can serve as a valuable resource for anyone involved in managing corporate...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Jan 2003

    Corporate Governance Guidelines-The Bank of New York Company, Inc.

    The business and affairs of The Bank of New York Company, Inc. (the "Company") are subject to the general oversight and authority of the Board of Directors (the "Board"). The Board has adopted these Corporate Governance Guidelines. Together with its Certificate of Incorporation, Bylaws, and charters of Board Committees, these...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Anatomy Of A Meltdown

    The object of this paper is to identify some of the broad themes driving the current financial meltdown and the housing bubble that preceded it. Section 1 focuses on leverage, with special attention to three sources of trouble: no-money-down mortgages, over-leveraged investment banks, and the selling of credit default swaps....

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Streamlining A Healthcare System's Back Office Delivers Across-The-Board Savings

    As the health system expanded its suite of outpatient services over recent years to meet the needs of the state's growing population, patient visits throughout the system had been steadily increasing. One critical area of the healthcare provider's business directly impacted by this growth was the back office. A major...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Payables Trends: Optimizing Your Process In A Mixed Payments Environment

    Nowadays, most companies - regardless of their size or volume of their payments - are paying the vast majority of their business-to-business bills by check. In a day and age where electronic payments have proven reliable and timely, should paper checks still be this prevalent? Or, should companies be using...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    How Fit Is Today's Healthcare Provider's Financial Back Office?

    It's no secret that nowadays' healthcare providers face immense obstacles in trying to contain the exorbitant costs of running an efficient patient financial services operation. As part of their attempts to do so without impeding the quality of patient services, efforts to overhaul patient claims and payment processing systems to...

    Provided By Bank of New York Mellon