Simple & Secure Cash Management Practices for Your Business [SlideShare]

September 25, 2015

This week, the Business Bank of Texas had the exciting opportunity to be a part of the Austin CPA Chapter CFO/Controllers Conference, an event attracting financial decision-makers from companies and organizations throughout Central Texas. According to the Austin CPA Chapter's website, the CFO/Controller's Conference is "one of the most highly-rated conferences by participants every year." The conference is organized to cover eight topics in fast-paced, 50-minute presentations. 

Business Bank of Texas President and CEO, Ed Lette, along with Chief Financial Officer, Dwayne Kolly, gave an insightful and compelling presentation during the conference on Cash Management Practices that Provide Protection and Simplification. 

In this session, participants learned how personal, commercial, and governmental deposits can use Insured Cash Sweeps (ICS) and similar programs to simplify cash management practices while providing FDIC insurance coverage at the same time. The presenters shared a CPA's case study of managing dual control processes and bill pay procedures for a large client with multiple stakeholders. Please see a SlideShare of the presentation below. 


Topics: Business Best Practices, Accounting & Finance

Dwayne Kolly

Business Bank of Texas

Dwayne Kolly brings a wealth of financial management and operations experience to Business Bank of Texas. Kolly has served community banks in south and central Texas for nearly 30 years, and is the bank’s CEO and Chief Financial Officer. He is a graduate of the Southwestern Graduate School of Banking at SMU (1993).
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