Book Description: Provides corporate treasurers with investment strategies to build their companies' war chests Wall Street was recently astonished to discover that their investments, rather than their products, had provided companies like Microsoft and General Electric with huge bonanzas. How can every treasurer do the same with their company's excess cash? Filling a critical gap, Corporate Investing looks at investment from the corporate angle, giving treasurers badly-needed guidance on how to build excess cash into a significant safety cushion-and even a profit center. Financial officers will learn investment techniques directly geared to corporate needs, including how to profit from such vehicles as mortgaged-backed assets, municipal bonds, and treasury issues and the differences between buy-and-hold and capital gains investing. Lee Epstein (Scottsdale, AZ) is the CEO of Money Market One and Decision Analytics. He has collaborated on several books such as the Association of Financial Professionals' Essentials for Cash Management. He has published numerous articles on various corporate investment topics in the Journal of Cash Management, Cashflow Magazine, and the Journal of Working Capital Management.