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Introduction

Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business! From the dawn of the new century we have seen disruptive change to world markets and commodity prices. Industries like the oil and gas sector have faced a rapid decline in output prices and face enormous pressure on their ability to maintain profit, cash flow and shareholder value. Other significant change in regulation, compliance and financial risk place unprecedented pressure on the Treasury function.

An organisation’s ability to survive and flourish in these challenging times is critically dependent on its skills in maintaining vital cash flow and managing business risk. This highly practical training course provides valuable insights in to how delegates can apply the principles of effective cash flow, treasury and risk management in their own organisations.

This training course will feature and provide key insights in to:

  • The strategic challenge to maintain cash flow and manage risk
  • Understanding and managing the main drivers of cash flow
  • Modern techniques for strategic cost reduction
  • The role and scope of Treasury management
  • Practical techniques for analysing and managing risk and uncertainty

Objectives

The training course intends to provide delegates with the principles and practical skills to manage cash flow in an economic downturn.

At the end of this training seminar, you will be able to:

  • Understand how cash flow drives organisational performance
  • Identify and manage the key components of business cash flow
  • Use practical tools and techniques to manage cash flow and risk
  • Apply modern quality focused strategic tools to reduce costs
  • Understand the role of the modern Treasury function

Training Methodology

Participants to this training seminar will receive a thorough training on the subjects covered by the training seminar outline with the instructor utilising a variety of proven adult learning teaching and facilitation techniques. Training seminar methodology includes: participative seminars, discussion groups and case studies, including an analysis of the key cash flow drivers in the oil and gas sector.

Organisational Impact

The organisation will benefit from the knowledge, principles and practical skills that the delegates will be able to apply in response to the challenges of an economic downturn, specifically:

  • A strategic approach to understanding and managing cash flow
  • Knowledge of cost structure and behaviour and how to reduce costs
  • Practical tools and frameworks to manage working capital
  • Awareness of other key aspects of cash flow management
  • Practical tools to model cash flow and risk

Personal Impact

Delegates will benefit from the principles and practical skills passed on through this training seminar that will put them firmly in the position of being able to take an active leading role in their organisation in strategically managing and improving cash flow, whilst maintaining the creation and delivery of value to key organisational stakeholders. The training course will enhance delegates’ skills, develop their roles and improve their career prospects by:

  • Developing a strategic approach to solving organisational challenges
  • Understanding how cash flow drives organisational performance
  • Developing an integrated approach to risk management
  • Knowledge of tools and techniques for cash flow management
  • Raised awareness of the role of Treasury and cash flow management
  • Improve MS Excel skills to build practical financial models

Who Should Attend?

The training course is designed to provide useful insights and practical guidance to managers from a full range of backgrounds and industry sectors, but particularly those facing the challenges of major market and price changes.

This training course is suitable to a wide range of delegates but will greatly benefit:

  • Professionals responsible for significant functions and budgets
  • Treasury function staff
  • Design professionals and designers
  • Production and inventory  managers
  • Purchasing and supply chain professionals
  • Marketing and sales team
  • Finance heads and budgeting managers

Seminar Outline

DAY 1

Defining the challenges for cash flow, treasury and risk management

  • The focus on stakeholder value
  • Building and operating an effective business model
  • Key course topic overview:
  • Fundamentals of cash flow, liquidity and solvency
  • The role of the Treasury function
  • An integrated approach to risk management

DAY 2

Understanding and improving operating cash flow

  • The drivers of operating cash flow
  • A strategic approach to cost reduction
  • Understanding the working capital cycle
  • Tools and techniques to optimise inventory
  • Tools and techniques to optimise customer receivables
  • Tools and techniques to minimise the cash float

DAY 3

Business financing and capital management

  • Understanding capital structure and risk
  • Sources of business funding
  • Calculating company cost of capital
  • Optimum capital structure
  • Managing capital investment in a challenging business environment
  • Capital investment appraisal techniques using Excel
  • Capital rationing techniques

DAY 4

Managing business and financial risk

  • Developing a strategy for risk management
  • Defining your organisation’s risk appetite
  • Tools for managing risk and uncertainty
  • Tools and instruments for financial risk management:
  • Managing currency risk – hedging, swaps and options
  • Managing interest risk – swaps

DAY 5

Forecasting tools for cash flow and risk management

  • Identifying the key cash flow drivers
  • Tips for building financial models in Excel
  • Cash budgeting
  • Approaches to making cash flow forecasts
  • Building a financial model to test the impact of risk on cash flow
  • Building a ‘what if’ model to manage business risk

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Introduction

Cash flow is the lifeblood of any business! From the dawn of the new century we have seen disruptive change to world markets and commodity prices. Industries like the oil and gas sector have faced a rapid decline in output prices and face enormous pressure on their ability to maintain profit, cash flow and shareholder value. Other significant change in regulation, compliance and financial risk place unprecedented pressure on the Treasury function.

An organisation’s ability to survive and flourish in these challenging times is critically dependent on its skills in maintaining vital cash flow and managing business risk. This highly practical training course provides valuable insights in to how delegates can apply the principles of effective cash flow, treasury and risk management in their own organisations.

This training course will feature and provide key insights in to:

  • The strategic challenge to maintain cash flow and manage risk
  • Understanding and managing the main drivers of cash flow
  • Modern techniques for strategic cost reduction
  • The role and scope of Treasury management
  • Practical techniques for analysing and managing risk and uncertainty

Objectives

The training course intends to provide delegates with the principles and practical skills to manage cash flow in an economic downturn.

At the end of this training seminar, you will be able to:

  • Understand how cash flow drives organisational performance
  • Identify and manage the key components of business cash flow
  • Use practical tools and techniques to manage cash flow and risk
  • Apply modern quality focused strategic tools to reduce costs
  • Understand the role of the modern Treasury function

Training Methodology

Participants to this training seminar will receive a thorough training on the subjects covered by the training seminar outline with the instructor utilising a variety of proven adult learning teaching and facilitation techniques. Training seminar methodology includes: participative seminars, discussion groups and case studies, including an analysis of the key cash flow drivers in the oil and gas sector.

Organisational Impact

The organisation will benefit from the knowledge, principles and practical skills that the delegates will be able to apply in response to the challenges of an economic downturn, specifically:

  • A strategic approach to understanding and managing cash flow
  • Knowledge of cost structure and behaviour and how to reduce costs
  • Practical tools and frameworks to manage working capital
  • Awareness of other key aspects of cash flow management
  • Practical tools to model cash flow and risk

Personal Impact

Delegates will benefit from the principles and practical skills passed on through this training seminar that will put them firmly in the position of being able to take an active leading role in their organisation in strategically managing and improving cash flow, whilst maintaining the creation and delivery of value to key organisational stakeholders. The training course will enhance delegates’ skills, develop their roles and improve their career prospects by:

  • Developing a strategic approach to solving organisational challenges
  • Understanding how cash flow drives organisational performance
  • Developing an integrated approach to risk management
  • Knowledge of tools and techniques for cash flow management
  • Raised awareness of the role of Treasury and cash flow management
  • Improve MS Excel skills to build practical financial models

Who Should Attend?

The training course is designed to provide useful insights and practical guidance to managers from a full range of backgrounds and industry sectors, but particularly those facing the challenges of major market and price changes.

This training course is suitable to a wide range of delegates but will greatly benefit:

  • Professionals responsible for significant functions and budgets
  • Treasury function staff
  • Design professionals and designers
  • Production and inventory  managers
  • Purchasing and supply chain professionals
  • Marketing and sales team
  • Finance heads and budgeting managers

SEMINAR OUTLINE

DAY 1

Defining the challenges for cash flow, treasury and risk management

  • The focus on stakeholder value
  • Building and operating an effective business model
  • Key course topic overview:
  • Fundamentals of cash flow, liquidity and solvency
  • The role of the Treasury function
  • An integrated approach to risk management

DAY 2

Understanding and improving operating cash flow

  • The drivers of operating cash flow
  • A strategic approach to cost reduction
  • Understanding the working capital cycle
  • Tools and techniques to optimise inventory
  • Tools and techniques to optimise customer receivables
  • Tools and techniques to minimise the cash float

DAY 3

Business financing and capital management

  • Understanding capital structure and risk
  • Sources of business funding
  • Calculating company cost of capital
  • Optimum capital structure
  • Managing capital investment in a challenging business environment
  • Capital investment appraisal techniques using Excel
  • Capital rationing techniques

DAY 4

Managing business and financial risk

  • Developing a strategy for risk management
  • Defining your organisation’s risk appetite
  • Tools for managing risk and uncertainty
  • Tools and instruments for financial risk management:
  • Managing currency risk – hedging, swaps and options
  • Managing interest risk – swaps

DAY 5

Forecasting tools for cash flow and risk management

  • Identifying the key cash flow drivers
  • Tips for building financial models in Excel
  • Cash budgeting
  • Approaches to making cash flow forecasts
  • Building a financial model to test the impact of risk on cash flow
  • Building a ‘what if’ model to manage business risk

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