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Optimizing Company Cash

Optimizing Company Cash

Authors
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Year 01/02/2018
Edition First
Pages 296
Version paperback
Readership level Professional and scholarly
Language English
ISBN 9780870516542
Categories Financial accounting, Corporate finance
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Optimizing Company Cash provides a comprehensive guide to all elements of cash management in a business including: * Inflows * Outflows * Cash conversion cycles * Short-term borrowing and investing * International business * How to structure a corporate treasury function In over 200 pages, the Guide explains how CPAs and financial managers can manage their company's short-term resources to sustain ongoing activities, mobilize funds and optimize liquidity. It also provides diagrams of work flows, step-by-step checklists, templates, and treasury tips for CPAs and finance managers who are responsible for making the most of working capital and short-term resources.

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List of Exhibits xvii Foreword xxi Acknowledgments xxiii Chapter 1 A Cash Manager s Perspective on Company Financials 1 Chapter Goals 1 Introduction 1 Interrelationship of the Operating, Cash, and Accounting Cycles 2 Important Metrics 3 Liquidity Ratios 3 Leverage Ratios 5 Capital Structure Weighted Average Cost of Capital 5 Performance Measures 6 Efficiency Ratios 6 Risk-Adjusted Performance Measures 6 Risk Management 9 Worked Examples of Company Metrics 9 Practical Applications 11 Summary of Key Points 12 Chapter 2 It s All About the Bottom Line! 13 Chapter Goals 13 Introduction 13 The Major Functions of Cash Management 14 Factors That Influence the Cash Manager s Role 16 A Representative Organization Chart 16 Important Cash Management Concepts 17 Cash Flow Timeline 17 Financial Float 18 Availability 18 Finality 19 Opportunity Cost of Funds 20 Transaction Balances 20 Time Value of Money 20 Nature of Cash Flows 22 Practical Applications 22 Summary of Key Points 22 Chapter 3 Optimizing Liquidity 23 Chapter Goals 23 Introduction 23 Liquidity Management 23 Cash Is King 24 Float in the Financial Supply Chain 24 Sources and Uses of Liquidity 26 Optimizing Working Capital 26 Cash Conversion Cycle 27 Calculating How Much Liquidity a Company Needs 28 Costs of Too Little Liquidity 28 Working Capital Gap Management 29 Practical Applications 30 Summary of Key Points 30 Chapter 4 The United States Banking System 31 Chapter Goals 31 Introduction 31 Structure of the United States Banking System 31 Federal Reserve Bank 32 A Dual Banking System 32 Major Banking Legislation 33 Impact of Current Legislation 33 Nationwide Branching 33 Patriot Act 34 Sarbanes-Oxley Act 34 Check 21 35 Federal Reserve Regulations 35 Uniform Commercial Code 36 Practical Applications 37 Summary of Key Points 37 Chapter 5 Types of Payment Instruments 43 Chapter Goals 43 Introduction 44 Important Terminology 44 Clearing 44 Settlement 44 Real-Time Gross Settlement 44 Net Settlement Systems 44 Settlement Risk 45 Contents ix Hybrid Settlement 45 Transaction Types 45 Payment Practices in the United States 45 Check Payments 47 Check Terminology 47 Characteristics of a Check 48 The Real Cost of Paying by Check 49 The Truth About Disbursement Float 50 The Check Clearing Process 50 Advantages and Disadvantage

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