Cash management is the theme for October Exchange. Corporate treasury and finance professionals are tasked with wringing every last penny out of the finance chain to increase cash flow, and the new regulatory landscape isn’t making matters any easier. One way to improve cash management is through simplified payments and ACOs, or accountable care organizations, are a growing way that organizations can reduce costs while keeping staff healthy. In addition, we preview the upcoming 2011 AFP Annual Conference, which takes place November 6-9 in Boston.
Using Metrics to Increase Cash FlowFrank Cocuzza and John SalekA Case Study
Major Impact James GravesAssessing the new regulatory landscape
At What Cost? Michael JacobsApplying cost of capital to acquisition decisions
2011 AFP Annual Conference PreviewRon Shapiro, Anne Warfield and Bill TaylorThree experts on negotiating, communication and transformation
Falling StockAndrew DeichlerIs it Time to Pay Less Attention to Ratings Agencies?
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