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Canadian Cash and Treasury Management, Fifth Edition
Par : Jeffrey D. Sherman, MBA, CIM, FCPA, FCA
Disponibilité : En stock
173,00 $
Canadian Cash and Treasury Management, Fifth Edition, covers broad strategic areas such as business strategies, risk management and governance. Numerous specialized treasury topics are covered from managing interest rate risk, cash management and electronic payments, to credit and collections, and security analysis. What's New
  • The title of the book has been updated to include the word "cash". This reflects the importance of cash management and liquidity, along with the continuing emphasis on advice that is succinct and timely.
  • A completely re-written chapter on banking and financial services has been contributed by a team of experts at TD Securities, Global Transaction Banking. It sets out how your bank can help you manage cash flows, efficiently and effectively.
À propos de l'auteur
Jeffrey D. Sherman, MBA, CIM, FCPA, FCA, is chief financial officer of Atrium Mortgage Investment Corporation. He has over 20 years' experience as a corporate director and executive in high tech, biotechnology/medical, financial services, and business services. His interests include corporate governance, risk management and internal control, corporate finance, restructuring and start-up enterprises and initial public offerings. Mr. Sherman is a popular presenter, and was an adjunct professor at York University (Toronto) for 15 years. He is a frequent course director and course author for many organizations across Canada, and has written many magazine articles and over twenty books including Canadian Treasury Management, and Financial Instruments: A Guide for Financial Managers.