Group 8 How Much Cash Does Your Company Need?. Group Members Rattanawadee Kajornchaikul M987Z219 Nguyen Thi Thanh Nhan M987Z232 Nadia Nila Sari M987Z250 Eilinawati M987Z254 Vu Thi Ai Van M987Z256 Patcharaporn Prajakseranee M987Z260. Content.
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Announce Richard Passov “ More than you think – a lot more - if your is knowledge for intangible liabilities – the investments a company has to make to realize the benefits of its knowledge” He is the treasurer of Pfizer.
The value of intangible assets is highly dependent on a company's own ability to fund those assets, while the value of tangible assets is independent of the company.
- Minimization of Overdraft usage and Reduction in Interest Expenses
- Avoidance of retaining Equity in depreciating Assets
- Increasing of working Capital/ Equity
- Better cash flow. More Capital available that leads to further Business opportunities and enable negotiations of better purchase terms.
The way companies create and manage their optimal cash can make difference to share holder value.
Company that borrow longer term and invests at shorter term creates a pool of liquidity
By reducing the risk of default in this way, companies increase their overall value.