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Capital allocation: Creating a risk-resilient cash plan amid COVID-19

Published on: Apr 30, 2020

Why have some executives moved slowly to make their balance sheets more resilient by right-sizing capex planning during a crisis? Such decisions can be enormously complex, especially for large companies whose multiple business units may have thousands of projects to manage. In addition, many just don’t have the analytical and decision-making capabilities necessary to quickly determine which projects to stop, which ones to slow, and which ones to defer in order to preserve cash flow for operations. And in this issue of CFO Insights, we’ll discuss four steps CFOs can take to develop a risk-resilient capex plan for today’s environment.

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