Training Course Overview
How can you improve your organisation’s vital cash flow?
Cash flow is the vital fuel that maintains the health of your enterprise and drives growth – lack of cash is the leading cause of business collapse. That’s why the wise say ‘cash is king’.
This hands-on cash flow training course will set you up with the practical financial skills you need for effective cash flow management and optimisation. Employing powerful Excel modelling tools delegates will build a range of functional skills, tools and techniques to help them plan, manage and improve their organisation’s cash flow.
Training Course Objectives
By the end of this Anderson training course, participants will be able to:
- Understand and analyse the drivers of business cash flow
- Give practical advice on working capital optimisation
- Build and use effective tools to produce reliable forecasts
- Carry out capital investment appraisals
This Anderson training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
- Cost and management accountants
- Treasury department staff
- Managers and budget holders
- Procurement and supply chain professionals
- Receivables and payables team members
This Anderson training course will use a variety of proven learning techniques to ensure maximum understanding, comprehension and retention of the information presented. This will follow a participative workshop format and will be focused on developing practical skills that delegates can apply in real life business situations on return to their own organisation.
Training Course Outline
Amongst a wide range of valuable topics, the following will be prioritised:
- Identifying the drivers of business cash flow
- Cash flow ratio analysis and interpretation
- Understanding cost behaviour
- Analysing and optimising working capital
- Optimising cash reesources
- Principles of capital investment decision-making
- Mastering discounted cash flow analysis
- Sources and cost of business funding
- Funding strategy and optimal capital structure
- Building an Excel cash flow forecast model