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Optimizing Company Cash

A Guide For Financial Professionals

Allman-Ward, Michele / Allman-Ward, A. Peter

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1. Edition January 2018
296 Pages, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd

ISBN: 978-0-87051-654-2
John Wiley & Sons

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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.

Michele Allman-Ward has worked for a number of the most prominent commercial banks leading cash management and treasury-related businesses for more than 25 years. She now runs her own consulting company, Allman-Ward Associates, Inc., working worldwide with companies, professional associations and banks. She specializes in strategic planning, business development and training, with particular emphasis on international cash and treasury management. She also works closely with both the Association for Financial Professionals (US) and the Association of Corporate Treasurers (UK) in developing and teaching their respective cash management certification programs, the CTP and the Cert ICM. Her previous books are The Essentials of Managing Corporate Cash (Wiley) and U.S. Cash Management: A Guide for the European Treasurer (Treasury Today Publications).

Peter Allman-Ward has worked with leading investment banks in a financial management capacity, most recently as Chief Financial Officer of Wedbush.