This is obviously old news, although it’s in today’s headlines, but history does have a way of repeating itself.
I was particularly intrigued to see how the Jewish prisoners at Sachsenhausen tried to tip off people about which notes were forged by making a tiny pinhole in the Britannia figures. Presumably they could have been severely punished had this been found out. They were willing to risk a lot in order to sabotage the Nazi war effort and help Britain in what little way they could.
The Financial Institute of Corporate Treasurers in Poland or Finansowy Instytut Skarbnikow Korporacyjnych, a public interest organisation promoting education and best practice in the use by businesses of banking products and financial instruments, has now relaunched its website here – and some of the content on this website will be shared over there and vice versa. Subcribers to FISK can access the password protected content on this website, for example, such as the recent article on the use of factoring to achieve the unlocking of otherwise disallowable tax cash flow benefits.
The new FISK website is crammed with information about best Treasury Management practice and on it also you can register for the seminars and courses, a new virtual treasury college leading to FISK’s certification as a Corporate Treasurer, on the way learning techniques which will both save and earn money for your organisation.