Financial managers and executives need to create cash projections that are relevant, current, and accurate. Too often cash planning is reactive, leading to inefficient, chaotic, and unreliable forecasts. Organizations never want to find themselves short in the availability or timing of cash. Proper cash forecasting and planning can avoid such cash shortfalls. This course will explore proactive approaches to cash forecasting.
Key components of the cash flow model. Receipts and disbursements model. Applying uniqueness for your organization, your industry, the macro environment. Incorporating strategic analysis into cash forecasting. Using reporting and metrics to make cash forecasting more complete. Benchmarking as a tool to improve the accuracy of your cash forecasting.
Some corporate accounting or finance experience.
Corporate financial leaders, corporate financial managers, CEOs, CFOs, controllers, accountants, board members, advisors, and consultants. CPAs in public practice and CPAs in industry.
Develop a full appreciation of what cash forecasting really means. Understand today’s cash planning process, tools, techniques, and models. Identify approaches to make your cash forecasting more comprehensive and relevant to the current environment. Recognize key considerations in cash forecasting.
Richard A. Karwic, MBA, is a management consultant with over 40 years of relevant financial and managerial experience. In addition to 15 years of broad-based management consulting, he has over 15 years of experience as Chief Financial Officer for several diverse businesses in a wide variety of industries. He has worked in over 100 businesses, including several divisions of well-known, Fortune 500 companies. Richard lives in Wethersfield, Connecticut.
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