Corporate directors and managers have broad responsibilities to oversee their company’s operations. Among the most important items for these executives to monitor are the company’s operational and capital cash flows. In following guest post, H. Stephen Grace, Jr., Suzanne H. Gilbert, S. Lawrence Prendergast, and Joseph P. Montelone, the importance of corporate executives’ oversight of cash flows cannot be overstated – it is, the authors suggest, “the most critical indicator of a company’s ability to survive.” Steve Grace is President and Founder of H.S. Grace & Company, Inc.,; Suzanne Gilbert is a veteran corporate executive with over 30 years of experience with the Interpublic Group of Companies (IPG); Larry Prendergast is Chairman of the Turrell Fund and serves on the advisory boards of several investment funds, including JPMorgan; and Joe Monteleone is a Partner at the Weber Gallagher Simpson Stapleton Fires & Newby LLP law firm. A version of this article previously was published on ABA’s Business Law Today site (here). I would like to thank the authors for allowing me to publish their article as a guest post on this site. I welcome guest post submissions from responsible authors of interest to this blog’s readers. Please contact me directly if you would like to submit a guest post. Here is the authors’ article. Continue Reading Guest Post: Monitoring Cash Flows: The Board, the CLO, and the CFO