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In-House Cash Management Brian Lawrie Executive Director. WHY MANAGE IN-HOUSE?. Management of risk Investment performance Integration with cash flow Integration with debt management Low marginal cost. WHY IN-HOUSE?. Past Present Future. THE PAST. Aye been! Afterthought

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In-House Cash Management

Brian Lawrie

Executive Director


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WHY MANAGE IN-HOUSE?

  • Management of risk

  • Investment performance

  • Integration with cash flow

  • Integration with debt management

  • Low marginal cost


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WHY IN-HOUSE?

  • Past

  • Present

  • Future


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THE PAST

  • Aye been!

  • Afterthought

  • Early 21st Century still borrowers



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THE PRESENT

Simple

  • Fell into from borrowing

  • Easy for members

  • Relationship with other activities

  • Increase in rescheduling - high profile

    Cash Flow conscious

  • RSG/NDR/Council Tax


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STILL THE PRESENT

Control

  • Directors of Finance

  • High profile – finger on the pulse

  • Accountability



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MORE OF THE PRESENT

Loans Fund

  • Key Element -variable

  • Political Interest

    Cost

  • Cost effective

  • Resources v Returns


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THE FUTURE

  • Cash flow - increased central funding

  • Investment Regulations

  • Shared Services

  • Externalisation!!!!


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CONCLUSION

  • Evidence suggests we are prudent in terms of risk

  • Public funds and need to be conscious of this

  • Change is not optional

  • Best value can be achieved by looking after our own affairs


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