With interest rates remaining low, finance teams are seeking to improve their visibility into their companies' cash balances. Among the challenges finance teams face is keeping track of current cash balances, especially if their companies maintain multiple bank accounts with different schedules for clearing funds. For finance teams, an even greater challenge is forecasting future cash balances, which are subject not only to broad economic influences, such as fluctuations among interest rates, but also internal expectations, such as sales projections, within companies.
During this Webcast, we will discuss:
- Key factors and trends that have the greatest effect on companies' cash holdings,
- How finance teams can enable their companies to streamline cash management, and
About the Moderator
Chris Schmidt, Senior Editor, CFO Publishing
Chris Schmidt is the senior editor with CFO Publishing, overseeing the development of custom-content Webcasts and other tailored outreach to senior finance executives. Chris also works with CFO Publishing's research team to conduct studies on a variety of topics.
Before joining CFO Publishing, Chris served as director of corporate communications for Oliver Wyman, a global strategy consultancy. He is a graduate of Colby College. Chris is based in Boston.