Estimating new work. Managing costs. Hiring new talent. All are critical to running a successful construction company. Here's one more: strategically managing your business's liquid capital.
For contractors, cash is the inventory that fuels growth. So why are most construction firms' treasury functions managed haphazardly, if at all? In a still-fragile economy-one marked by unstable capital markets, a less-than-robust recovery, and the prospect of rising interest rates and inflation-careful cash management isn't just a competitive advantage. It's a necessity.
In this Webinar, Moss Adams' Justin Fisher, CFP®, and Aaron Faulk, CPA will take a deep dive into the internal treasury function, or management of surplus funds, for contractors. They will show you best practices for handling liquid capital on your balance sheet while meeting your current cash flow needs, and walk you through a multistep liquidity optimization analysis for your company.
After this session, you will be able to:
Explain the principles of cash flow and duration matching
Discuss how and why to segment your liquid capital
Identify ways to mitigate organizational risk by using a strong investment policy statement