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.

This can also be described as the need to maintain liquidity, or solvency of the company: a company needs to have the funds available that will enable it to stay in business. This module introduces some of the ways in which companies achieve this, specifically looking at financing, mobilisation of cash and cash investment.

Key Topics:

  1. Introduction
    The timing mismatch
  2. Financing Time Horizon
    Short-term – Medium-term – Long-term
  3. Short-Term Financing Methods
    Bank overdraft – Credit facilities
  4. Cost of Short-Term Borrowings
    Bank account interest – Simple interest on loans
  5. Investment Choices
    Deposit – Money market funds (MMFs) – Commercial paper – Certificate of deposit – Treasury bills – Repurchase Agreements
  6. Cash Investment
    Working capital – Core cash – Long-term cash – Outsourcing investment – Calculating returns on cash investment
  7. Exercises
    Complete our bespoke exercises to benchmark your knowledge

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