Investments require a certain minimum rate of return to make them worthwhile. On this podcast, Craig Jeffery and Paul Galloway continue their discussion on investment returns with a specific look into Hurdle Rate.
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.
What is reverse factoring? Coffee Break Session Host Alexa Cook catches up with Strategic Treasurer’s Managing Partner, Craig Jeffery, to discuss reverse factoring. They discuss what reverse factoring is and how it can be leveraged. Listen in and learn a little bit about reverse factoring.
Reflective of their name, faster payments are also creating rapid changes both in the payments arena and in the surrounding control requirements. While AR professionals are, as a whole, excited about the opportunities faster payments present, many also recognize some challenges and concerns, raising several questions: What are the different challenges these innovations pose? How will those challenges progress or shift over time? What changes are occurring with control requirements? And finally, given all of that, how can treasury and AR work together to optimize working capital and their overall processes and results in this new environment? This webinar will seek to answer these key questions, shedding light on both what is changing and how AR and treasury can move forward.
1. Consider the different challenges posed by innovations in faster payments and how those challenges progress or shift over time.
2. Gain understanding on the changes occurring with control requirements.
3. Learn how treasury and AR can work together to optimize working capital and their overall processes and results in this new environment.
Field: Accounting – Technical