- Learn practical, real–world examples and techniques for managing cash
- Optimize cash flows and liquidity management
- Discover the implications of recently enacted financial deregulation laws
- Conduct financial transactions in the global, e–commerce economy
- Develop a partnership approach to bank relationships
Full of valuable tips, techniques, illustrative real–world examples, exhibits, and best practices, this handy and concise paperback will help you stay up–to–date on the newest thinking, strategies, developments, and technologies in managing corporate cash.
"A valuable addition to the corporate cash management business. The authors have provided a succinct, user–friendly guide to the industry. In an increasingly complex and constantly evolving field, Essentials of Managing Corporate Cash provides a practical and actionable guide for managing or directing a treasury function."
Whitman E. Knapp, President, Flmetrix LLC
"Essentials of Managing Corporate Cash should be required reading for anyone new to the field of treasury management or requiring a refresher in the fundamentals. The book is comprehensive and easy to read. The authors have done a great job compiling a lot of information in a concise and well–organized fashion. All treasury organizations, and those associated with treasury organizations, will benefit from keeping a copy of this book on hand."
Pamela S. Dempsey, Treasurer, CNA Insurance
"This book provides an excellent tutorial for practicing Cash Managers, but perhaps more important, for Treasurers or Chief Financial Officers having management responsibility for the cash management function without hands–on experience in that function. It is an easy read, covering not only the basics of the various functions, but also providing a historical perspective on how they developed. I can see it as the handy reference guide in treasury departments."
Jan Cloyde, Executive Vice President, City National Bank
Introduction to Managing Corporate Cash.
Managing Cash Inflows.
Managing Cash Outflows.
Treasury Information Systems.
International Cash Management.
United States Banking Environment.
Bank Relationship Management.
Appendix A: Useful Sources.
Appendix B: NACHA Formats.
Appendix C: SWIFT Message Types.
JAMES SAGNER is a Principal of Sagner/Marks and has managed over 250 large–scale studies for companies and nonprofit organizations worldwide. He is a regular faculty member in the Kenan–Flagler Business School s "Advanced Topics in Cash Management" program at the University of North Carolina and Director of the MBA Program at Albertus Magnus College in Connecticut.