"The Basics of 13 Week Cash Flow Modeling - What Every Turnaround Professional Should Know"
One of the fundamental skills needed to be a successful turnaround consultant is preparing a 13 week cash flow forecast. As a key reporting tool when nursing a troubled company back to health, the 13 week cash flow forecast is used by lenders and other constituents to gauge the current and prospective cash position and relative health of a company struggling to survive.
Who Should Attend:
Turnaround and restructuring professionals seeking to learn the basics of building a 13 week cash flow forecast.
Why Attend This Event:
Learn the fundamentals of 13 week cash flow forecasting
Gain a better understanding of key information flowing into a complete cash flow forecast and hear valuable real world practice pointers and common pitfalls of building a forecast
Participate in hands-on learning and break-out sessions utilizing the knowledge gained during the session
Leave the workshop with a 13 week template (in Excel) to take back to your office and use long after the class is over
Learn to identify and gather "must-have" cash flow information
Cash Receipts - How do I know they reflect reality?
Cash Disbursements - Who must I pay, when, and how much?
Building a 13 week cash flow model in excel - Common tricks and pitfalls
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