Bank Failures Highlight Importance of Measuring Counterparty Risk
Recent bank failures are a reminder of the importance of properly measuring counterparty risk and ensuring that business continuity plans include scenarios in which a banking partner is no longer able to provide key treasury services.
Planning for COVID-19’s Impacts on Universities with Academic Medical Centers
The repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic are further compounded for universities affiliated with academic medical centers (AMCs), particularly those universities that own the AMC. Read more.
Sustaining Higher Ed Blog Series: Adding Online Education to Your Mix
As students seek more convenient, cost-effective learning opportunities, online enrollment is growing in higher ed. Learn whether partnering with an OPM is worthwhile for your institution.
Sustaining Higher Ed Blog Series: Is Your Institution Built to Last?
As we enter 2020, some higher education administrators and trustees may be feeling a bit bruised after a rough 2019. Lackluster enrollment exacerbated institutions’ financial difficulties. Read more on how your institution can react.
How Resource Allocation Fits into the Planning Cycle
Read for a high-quality process for allocating capital resources, and how it fits into a recommended planning and funding cycle.
Does Your Institution’s Planning Process Need an Upgrade?
Leaders must thoroughly take into account the various operational and strategic tradeoffs, long-term ramifications, and need for sustainability.
To Improve Financial Resilience, “Think” Financial Planning
In a new report, The Financial Resilience of Independent Colleges and Universities, the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) indicates that although challenges facing higher education...
How Your Institution Can Use Treasury Functions for Strategic Value
Every college and university has a portfolio of financial risks and resources which its leaders seek to deploy in a manner that balances the pursuit of growth against a set of...