The 13-week cash flow is the accepted industry standard for use in corporate renewal scenarios. Forward-looking enough to provide focused direction for management, yet near-term enough to avoid purely speculative forecasting, this model focuses a troubled company on the important objectives it must meet to ensure its survival. Meeting the targets laid out in the document also can go a long way in helping a company win back some credibility with its lender.
Format: five modules with learning checks and a final exam Runtime: approximately 175 minutes This course confers 3.5 CPE credits for CTAs and CTPs.
Learn the principles of cash flow budgeting with an emphasis on key model assumptions and drivers. The 13-week cash flow assists in obtaining vital quantitative information and can facilitate decision-making processes. Determine the effects stakeholders have on positions and negotiating tactics during restructuring scenarios. Learn the practical applications that 13-week cash flow budgets have on the formation and disclosure of corporate renewal plans.
Format: webinar Runtime: approximately 100 minutes This course confers 2.0 CPE credits for CTAs and CTPs.