Until recently, it was relatively easy to borrow capital and increase inventory to avoid global supply chain issues, but things have changed. While you may have been able to accurately forecast demand, were you planning for the drastic rise in interest rates that have occurred in recent months? Is your working capital plan adjusting? In this episode, Craig Jeffery, Daniel Reeve, and Brian Rieber get together to discuss the macroeconomic, geopolitical, and trade situations surrounding working capital and the financial levers you should be aware of moving forward.
What is commercial paper in terms of capital? Coffee Break Session Host Jason Campbell catches up with Strategic Treasurer’s Senior Advisor Paul Galloway to discuss commercial paper as it relates to raising capital. They talk about who issues commercial paper, how it’s used, and the issuing limitations. Listen in and learn a little bit about commercial paper (capital).
Webinar: AR Leading Practices (Part 2): Identifying and Addressing Working Capital Needs | October 13
Managing working capital well is vital, but it isn’t always simple. As working capital needs shift in response to the environment, accounts receivable (AR) and treasury must work to identify the current needs and find ways to address them. This session will cover how to determine what is necessary for working capital in light of today’s various chaotic factors and will discuss leading practices and key changes to processes or technology that can improve working capital and efficiently address its current challenges.
Building on last week’s podcast on debt and equity, Craig Jeffery and Paul Galloway discuss the differences between the return of capital and the return on capital.
A firm’s debt and equity are important components when investors are watching. What is the cost to fund your operations? What costs are required to make investments or develop new products? In this podcast, Craig Jeffery and Paul Galloway of Strategic Treasurer discuss your WACC or Weighted Average Cost of Capital.