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Mark L Beard: System and method for measuring and utilizing pooling analytics. JPMorgan Chase Bank N A, Hunton & Williams, February 22, 2011: US07895098 (47 worldwide citation)

A system and method for quantifying the working capital benefit of pooling a number of separate cash accounts. The average (mean) cash balance of the pooled account is determined to be the sum of the means of each of the individual accounts. Similarly, the standard deviation of the pooled account is ...


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Mark L Beard: System and method for measuring and utilizing pooling analytics. JPMorgan Chase N A, Hunton and Williams, November 5, 2013: US08577770

A system and method for quantifying the working capital benefit of pooling a number of separate cash accounts. The average (mean) cash balance of the pooled account is determined to be the sum of the means of each of the individual accounts. Similarly, the standard deviation of the pooled account is ...


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Mark L Beard: System and method for measuring and utilizing pooling analytics. JPMorgan Chase Bank N A, Hunton & Williams, August 28, 2012: US08255307

A system and method for quantifying the working capital benefit of pooling a number of separate cash accounts. The average (mean) cash balance of the pooled account is determined to be the sum of the means of each of the individual accounts. Similarly, the standard deviation of the pooled account is ...


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Mark L Beard: System and method for measuring and utilizing pooling analytics. Dickstein Shapiro Morin & Oshinsky, Michael J Scheer, November 28, 2002: US20020178098-A1

A system and method for quantifying the working capital benefit of pooling a number of separate cash accounts. The average (mean) cash balance of the pooled account is determined to be the sum of the means of each of the individual accounts. Similarly, the standard deviation of the pooled account is ...


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Mark L Beard: System and method for measuring and utilizing pooling analytics. JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, December 13, 2012: US20120317020-A1

A system and method for quantifying the working capital benefit of pooling a number of separate cash accounts. The average (mean) cash balance of the pooled account is determined to be the sum of the means of each of the individual accounts. Similarly, the standard deviation of the pooled account is ...