The Cash Management Plan Template helps set, review, and improve cash management. The CFO should note the cash requirements determined (usually in terms of months or in dollar amounts) at all levels of the liquidity tree in Part I of the TM1010-1 CASH MANAGEMENT PLAN. The CFO should determine the activities, and measurements required to meet the goals for cash account balances and dispersion, and record them in Part I as well.
The CFO should note policies and goals for liquidity requirements and acceptable risks associated with various cash account options in Part II of the Aerospace Cash Management Plan. The strategies, activities, and measurements required to meet the policies and goals for liquidity requirements and acceptable risks associated with various cash account options should also be listed in Part II. A section for contingency plans for cash shortfalls and a cash account performance log are additionally included in the plan.
The CFO should review cash management results on a monthly basis and should present the results to Top Management at regular cash management reviews. The CFO should, as a result of cash management review, modify the Cash Management Plan Template as required to meet cash goals of the company and improve cash management performance.