Find out more about treasury management, including cash management and managing your cash flow, with our selection of books, articles, links and guides to help you identify best practice, techniques and tools to apply to your business.
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9 ways to grow and improve cashflow
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A practical guide to corporate cash pooling
S. Mainwaring (LexisNexis, September 2014)
Includes sections on cash management, cash pooling, netting and corporate taxes.
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Directors' Briefings and Start-Up Briefings are four-page guides written for the busy practitioner, director and entrepreneur providing concise, practical advice on core business issues.
Disclaimer: These publications from Atom Content Marketing are for general guidance only, for businesses in the United Kingdom governed by the laws of England. Atom Content Marketing, expert contributors and ICAEW (as distributor) disclaim all liability for any errors or omissions.
European Association of Corporate Treasurers (EACT)
The website provides information about EACT activities and events as well as an archive of press releases and useful resources.
Financial Reporting Council summary of reporting practices
The FRC’s Financial Reporting Lab has developed this summary of reporting practices that investors have indicated help to answer their basic questions on debt and cash flows, such as how operating profits convert to operating cash flows. Published in October 2013.
Guides to managing cashflow
Simple, practical guidance to help businesses manage their cashflow issues. Produced by the Institute of Credit Management.
ICAEW cash management helpsheet
Available to logged-in members of the ICAEW Solicitors group. Provides pointers on cash and capital assessment, credit control procedures and debt collection.
Lab project report: Operating and investing cash flows
A FRC report from November 2012, based on a project that obtained input from over 30 individuals from 16 investment organisations regarding information that matters to their decision making.
The magazine of the Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) 'provides authoritative updates, practical guidance and informed comment on the major issues within treasury and finance'. You can access articles from past issues of the journal (free registration required). The last three issues are only available to ACT members. The ACT website also includes a glossary of treasury terms.
This is a selection of books in our collection which contain information on treasury and cash management – click on the links to see our catalogue record for each item. Please contact us if you would like to borrow a book or request a copy of an article.
The international treasurer's handbook
(Association of Corporate Treasurers)
Includes technical guidance on corporate financial management, capital markets and funding, money management, risk management and managing the treasury function. The handbook also features profiles of 53 countries, ACT information and a treasury services directory.
Since 2015 the Handbook has been available through the ACT website as a wiki.
The handbook of global corporate treasury
Rajendra, R. (John Wiley & Sons, 2013)
This 514 page book is intended as a complete guide to designing, running, evaluating and improving a global corporate treasury.
Guide to cash management: how to avoid a business credit crunch
Tennent, J. (Profile Books, 2012)
This tightly-written guide clearly explains the six critical aspects of the effective management of cash and cash flow. Chapters are: key concepts; cash flow forecasting; treasury management; working capital efficiency; investment opportunities; product profitability; and cash surpluses. Includes a glossary.
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