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When the $200 million Art Institute of Chicago initiated a treasury function in 2004, it hired Margaret Annett, a treasury veteran (Borg Warner, Amoco) to run it. She found a hodgepodge of bank accounts that required tedious, manual reconciliation, so she drafted a plan to rationalize cash management and added 10 new receiving accounts and split an all-purpose depository account into four.

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