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How to improve Cash Flow – What can I do as an Entrepreneur?

How to improve Cash Flow – What can I do as an Entrepreneur? – S & P – Product No. C03

 

Optimal control of liquidity – planning finances in a targeted manner – selecting suitable financing modules

> In our compact course, you will learn how to build secure and reliable financial and liquidity planning

> How can liquidity guzzlers be eliminated and funds raised in the short term?

> Increase enterprise value through an optimal combination of investment and financial planning

> Create more scope through proper liquidity planning

 

Your benefit – How to improve cash flow – What can I do as an entrepreneur?

> The liquidity-saving payment plan

> Chief Report – liquidity under control with just a few key figures

> Where do the means of payment come from?

> Optimal financing mix for “more” liquidity

 

Your advantage – How to improve cash flow – What can I do as an entrepreneur?

Each participant receives 4 free financial planning tools

1. S & P Tool: Business Planning
2. S & P Tool: Financial and liquidity planning according to banking standard
3. S & P Tool: Interest and Investment Calculator
4. Industry key figures and key figures for optimal financial management

+ In addition, we provide you with a current rating of your own company

 

 

Seminar Price – How to improve Cash Flow – What can I do as an Entrepreneur

Price: 980, – £ excl. 19% VAT.

Included in the price:
Participants documents as PDF,  3-course meal, coffee, tea, Soft drinks and Snacks in the breaks

 

 

 

How to improve Cash Flow - What can I do as an Entrepreneur?

 

Day 1:

 

“Right” use of financial and liquidity planning in corporate management
> Minimum requirements for strategic and operational financial and liquidity planning

> Ensure ongoing solvency – minimum requirements of the BGH

> Limitation of the liability risks of the managing director

> Development of liquidity planning according to the banking standard

> Setting screws for reliable financial and liquidity planning

+ Case study: Establishment of transparent planning for a medium-sized company

 

Chief Report – with few numbers, the liquidity under control

> Key figures at a glance – Building an effective control and early warning system

> Top Key Figures on Liquidity and Cash Flow: What Are Banks Focusing on?

> Is the liquidity of your own company strong enough?

> Industry key figures for optimal management of liquidity in your own company

> Strength and Weakness Analysis of the Company’s Structural Liquidity – Analysis of Liquidity Levels

> “Deadly sins” in liquidity planning

+ Practical example: Development of a chief report with the help of the business planning and rating tool according to the banking standard
+ The participants receive sector-specific top figures for the liquidity grades 1 to 3

 

Company rating – what influence does the account management have?

> Capital service and free cash flow – what are the main focus of banks?

> Actively securing rating advantages through “correct” account management – what are the top priorities in account management?

> Which warning lines must be observed during the account management?

+ Rating simulation with the help of our banking standard business planning and rating tool – Explanation of the best practices using practical examples

 

Day 2:

 

Optimization of liquidity management: targeted improvement of working capital

> What is working capital?

> Quick Check “Working Capital”: Identify the liquidity guzzlers with the help of benchmarks – Lift dormant liquidity potentials

> Measures to streamline working capital: receivables, inventories and terms of payment

> Cash management and treasury within the group

> Use of industry key figures: Successful working capital control in your own company

+ Case studies & practical examples: finding and raising liquidity reserves in your own company

 

Optimal financing mix for “more” liquidity

> New requirements of Basel III for SME financing

> Solutions with the modular system – how can you build the optimal financing structure for your company?

> Quick check credit: how much credit does the company stand?

> Financing rules for more liquidity – These rules should be considered in your planning!

 

Are the investments sustainable for the company?

> Investment planning: decide on investment safely

> Are investments leading to an increase or destruction of company value?

> Are the investments sustainable for the company?

> Financing investments: solutions using the modular system

Leasing as a financing alternative for investments?

> Compare bank loan and leasing – advantages and disadvantages of this financing alternative

 

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