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Webcast for Nonprofits: Liquidity – Unprecedented Uncertainty

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Liquidity is the first and fundamental indicator of financial health and financial stability. The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us that traditional measures of liquidity are inadequate. Federal, state, and local governments have mobilized historic amounts of resources to keep the economy from closure. Some of that liquidity made its way to churches, colleges, and other nonprofit organizations. As those funds are depleted, the world finds itself facing unprecedented uncertainty as we enter the summer of 2020.

What can small, faith-based nonprofit organizations do to get immediate liquidity if they do not have discretionary cash?

This webcast will explore the best practices of organizations addressing the question of liquidity while facing a new level of uncertainty. Attendees can earn up to 1.0 hours of Continuing Professional Education (CPE) credit. [CPE: Specialized Knowledge]

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the importance of liquidity
  • Apply best practices for addressing the challenge of obtaining liquidity under current circumstances

Thursday, June 25
1:00 p.m. Eastern
Instructors:

Daniel M. Campbell, Partner and  Higher Education Services Director, CapinCrouse
Winters Richwine, Principal and Chief Operating Officer, Cornerstone Management
Malcolm Nimick, President, Ascension Capital Enterprises
Jeff Spear, Vice President of Finance and Chief Financial Officer, Southeastern University

This webcast has already occurred. Please note that CPE credit is not available for recorded webcasts.

Watch the recording, download the handout, and access our article on “Liquidity – The New Normal” here.

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