Cash Management – eLearning
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This course explores the principles and practices of effective cash management – that is the basic principles and practices of cash and liquidity management and its importance to the business.
If there is no money in a business it will go bust – fact. As an accountant or finance professional it is vital to your role that you make sure that the right money is in the right place at the right time to make payments.
This course looks at the basic components of cash management, namely the ways and means of paying money out and collecting money in, and the attributes of the bank accounts over which these transactions flow. It also explores the potential pitfalls and techniques for mitigating them.
The course also looks at building relationships so that you are able to work well with the people you need to pay and the people you are buying from so that you can make the most of the cash that you are moving around.
Upon satisfactory completion of this activity you will be able to:
• Understand all types of payment and collection instruments – paper-based and electronic.
• Understand key elements of cost, including payment fees, different types of float and service fees.
• Understand the different eBanking tools available.
• Compare structures for managing bank account balances efficiently, and understand where external investing and borrowing fit into the picture.
This course provides you with a broad understanding of the basic principles and practices of cash and liquidity management and an understanding of its importance to your business.
No materials distributed.
No assessments required.
Topic: Corporate Finance
Sub-Topic: Finance Management
Proficiency Level: Foundation, Intermediate
CPD: 4 hours