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Working Capital And Strategic Debtor Management - Robert Alan Hill

Year 2013



Part One: An Introduction1. An Overview1.1. Introduction1.2. Working Capital Management1.3. Strategic Debtor Management1.4. Exercise 1: The Terms of Sale1.5. Summary and Conclusions1.6. Selected ReferencesPart Two: Working Capital Management2. The Objectives and Structure of Working Capital Management2.1. Introduction2.2. Exercise 2.1: Financial Strategy: An Overview2.3. Exercise 2.2: Financial Strategy and Working Capital2.4. Summary and Conclusions2.5. Selected References3. The Accounting Concept of Working Capital Management: A Critique3.1. Introduction3.2. Exercise 3.1: Working Capital Investment and Risk3.3. Exercise 3.2: Working Capital Finance and Risk3.4. Summary and Conclusions3.5. Selected References4. The Working Capital Cycle and Operating Efficiency4.1. Introduction4.2. The Case Study: An Introduction4.3. The Case Study: The Analysis4.4. Summary and Conclusions4.5. Selected References5. Real World Considerations and the Credit Related Funds System5.1. Introduction5.2. Exercise 5: Real World Solvency and Liquidity5.3. Summary and Conclusions5.4. Selected ReferencesPart Three: Strategic Debtor Investment6. The Effective Credit Price and Decision to Discount6.1. Introduction6.2. Exercise 6.1: Terms of Sale: A Theoretical Overview6.3. Exercise 6.2: The Decision to Discount6.4. Exercise 6.3: The Effective Price Framework6.5. Exercise 6.4: "The Real" Cost of Trade Credit6.6. Summary and ConclusionsPart Four: Summary and Conclusions7. Review Exercises7.1. Introduction7.2. Exercise 7.1: Working Capital: A Review7.3. Exercise 7.2: Cash Flow and the Budgeting Process7.4. Exercise 7.3: Cash Flow and Accounting Profit7.5. Exercise 7.4: The Preparation of a Cash Budget7.6. Exercise 7.5: Terms of Sale: A Review7.7. Summary and Conclusions7.8. Selected References
 
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