Practice Group: Balance Sheet Management
The Balance Sheet Management Practice Group is focused on optimizing working capital, assessing adequacy of capital, and providing capital investment guidance for all businesses. Check out the practice page to learn more about the people who serve this area, the services that CFOs2GO provides to global companies, and to read client success stories.
In this blog, Bob discusses why it is important for independent consultants to have affiliation and community in order for them to truly grow professionally. Read More
In our post today, guest blogger Jason Clause of Endsight discusses the Equifax data security breach and what we as business people can learn from it. Read More
Optimizing working capital, assessing adequacy of capital and capital investment guidance for all businesses. Read More
“Advanced Financial Analysis”
In this issue, Chris discusses various tools and techniques that financial analysts, managers, employees, customers, vendors and bankers use to assess the financial health of a company and where it’s going that may not be apparent in the reading of the traditional Income Statement and Balance Sheet. A fictitious case history is included to illustrate the point. Have questions or need further assistance? Chris’s contact information is listed in The Issue – Summer 2016. Read More
A Financial Case Study: Improving Retention Rates of New Mothers with a Corresponding Reduction in Health Care Costs.
In this issue, In this issue, John Luttrell teams up with one of his clients to detail a high value ROI practice in a case study that few have considered. He details the underlying research, implementation and ancillary benefits; including improved employee retention and lower health care costs. As always, if you would like to further discuss the topic please contact John. Read More
Coffee & Conversation: A 2016 Economic Overview with Dan North. Euler Hermes’ Dan North, Chief Economist for North America, presented his analysis of current events globally and how our markets may be affected in the next year. Read More
In this blog, Bob builds on his previous blog “Is it Time to Hire a CFO?” and addresses the full range of financial leadership and accounting positions between bookkeeper and CFO that can be required when a company is experiencing the dynamics of growth. He goes further into commenting on financial titles and to what businesses they are relevant to. Read More
John Luttrell, who has spent his management career as the CFO of small market capitalization public companies with sales ranging between $50 million to $6 billion, is CFOs2GO’s new Partner and he will serve as the leader for our firm’s Turnaround and Crisis Management and Balance Sheet Management practice areas. Read More
In this issue, CFOs2Go Partner Ed O’Dea discusses what a 409A valuation is and why you might need one if you are a private business issuing stock options. Ed first focuses on “Pricing employee stock options” then walks through the “fair market value rule”. Don’t worry, he provides guidance factors and suggests three approaches to help determine the company’s value. Read More