BUS-F390 Knall-Cohen Fund
- 8 weeks
- 1.5 credits
- Prerequisite(s): Department consent required
Provides exposure to the issues and problems addressed in the treasury function of a corporation. The focus of the course is on identifying, structuring, and applying finance concepts to solve short-term or operating financial problems. The topics covered in this course include a short-term evaluation model, cash management, short-term lending arrangements, daily cash forecasting, and credit policy. Since the focus is on the operating decisions in the treasurer's office, market imperfections, institutional arrangements, and information problems that impede or assist solutions to treasury problems are addressed.