Cash & Liquidity Management

While the treasurer’s role comprises of a number of different elements, he or she has an overriding objective, often described as treasury’s ‘primary duty’. Essentially, a company needs to be able to meet its financial obligations as they fall due.

Good cash management requires the managing of cash flows, bank accounts and ensuring sufficient funds (in the right locations and currencies) to meet the financial obligations of the company.

Cash management comprises of three main parts:

  • Managing short-term cash availability – having the right amount of cash in the right place, at the right time in the right currency
  • Manging corporate cash flows – payments and collections
  • Managing cash balances – manually and through cash concentration.

In this module you will be guided through the best practice of cash and liquidity management.

Key Topics:

  1. Bank Accounts
    Control over opening bank accounts – control over signatories – monitor bank fees
  2. Cash Positioning
    Expected payments – expected collections
  3. Cash Pooling & Sweeping
    Cash concentration requirements – Tax and regulatory constraints
  4. In-House Banking
    Intercompany flows, loans and tax effectiveness
  5. Multilateral Netting
    Netting costs, time savings and restraints

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