OD: A New Construct for Liquidity and Debt Management
Recorded: Tuesday, June 14, 2011 1:00 PM ET
Post financial crisis best practice is evolving into a more holistic approach to liquidity and debt management. Based on the revised *7th edition of Strategic Financial Management for Higher Education, this program will provide a framework for improved decision-making in these areas critical to institutional financial health by discussing:
- How to assess the institution’s capacity to take risk in the liquidity and debt areas
- Cultural factors that affect risk tolerance
- New methods of determining the appropriate amount of liquidity, leverage, and the structure of debt
- How liquidity and debt policies are changing based on lessons learned over the past five years.
- Interpreting Financial Ratios: explained the origin of certain ratios, reviewed formulas and uses, and demystified interpretation.
- The Composite Financial Index: Measuring, Reporting and Monitoring: examined a tool that helps monitor and communicate financial health and risks.
- A New Construct for Liquidity and Debt Management: discussed metrics to assess institutional risk capacity and provided a framework for measuring liquidity.
- Strategic Budgeting and Resource Allocation in Financial Planning: focuses on linkages between operating and capital budgeting processes and institutional strategy
- Identifying Strategic, Operating and Capital Risks: aired on January 11 and explained information about financial matters, operations, capital requirements and organizational risks to trustees and others.
- Applying Strategic Financial Analysis in Higher Education: A Case Study will broadcast live on June 6 and will be the capstone program that pulls all concepts, analytics, and communication techniques together.
*Strategic Financial Analysis in Higher Education: Identifying, Measuring & Reporting Financial Risks (7th Edition) - this publication is a vital resource for every business office and will add to your webcast experience.
What You Will Learn:
- Metrics to asses institutional risk capacity
- How risk capacity, tolerance and management work together to determine appropriate liquidity and debt strategies
- A framework for measuring liquidity and related risks
- How to assess the strategic use and structure of debt
- Ways to integrate liquidity and debt management strategies and policies
Who Should Participate?
- Chief Financial Officers
- Debt managers
Meet the Presenters:
- Susan Fitzgerald, Prager, Sealy, & Co., LLC
- Ron Salluzzo, Attain
- Course Level: Intermediate
- Length: 120 minutes
- Prerequisites: none
FeesMember Site Fee: $0.00
Non-Member Site Fee: $49.00
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