Provided by: Effective Outsource Networks

Effective Cash Flow Management 28 June 2012

Business and Management Skills

During economic downturns, one of the reasons why businesses go under is because they run out of cash. Therefore, it is important to know where your cash is generated from as well as understand your cash position. This strategy will ensure that organisations not only remain intact but also profitable during tough times.
With an in-depth understanding of cash flow statements, managers and executives will be able to analyse the profitability of the organisation from the point of view of its operating dynamics rather than the value of its assets.
This workshop will enable non-finance professionals to walk away with a sound knowledge of how to analyse financial statements, understand the framework for making business financing decisions and efficient working capital management.
After the workshop, participants will be able to:
-apply the techniques to develop cash flow statements
prepare cash flow budgets
-interpret the performance of an organisation through analysing the cash flow statements
-appreciate the importance of effective cash flow management
Introduction to Financial Statements
- the link between the three financial statements:
* balance sheet
* profit and loss account
* cash flow statement
Myth of "Profit"
- I made profit, but where is the cash?
* definition of profits
* subjective judgments influencing the profit figures: provision and accruals
* reconciling between the profits and cash flow figures
Preparing Cash Flow Statement
- cash flow from operating activities
* direct method versus indirect method
- cash flow from investing activities
- cash flow from financing activities
Cash Flow Budgeting
- planning and developing an annual budget
- forecasting and projection of future activities
* operating, investing and financing
- preparing operating activity budgets
- preparing cash flow budget
Cash Flow Statement Analysis
- do the numbers make sense?
- using the published financial statements of listed companies, to interpret the financial and operating performance in terms of:
* liquidity
* solvency
* profitability
* financing
* investing
Cash Flow Strategies for Your Business
- risk consideration in cash flow management
- factors to be considered when designing an effective cash flow system
Participants are guided through practical steps of the topic with a combination of lectures, case studies and group discussions.
Who Should Attend
HR managers, general/ admin managers, professional administrators or anyone who do not have prior accounting background or experience, but need to be equipped with basic accounting knowledge and apply accounting related techniques when making business decisions.
Course Details
Course Date 28 Jun 2012
Time 9am to 5pm
Venue Grand Park City Hall Hotel or similar
Early Bird Closing 6/ 6/ 2012
Fee Per Participant
S$417. 30 (Early Bird)
S$460. 10 (Normal)
S$385. 20 (Member)
Fee is inclusive of 7% GST, training materials and tea breaks.
SDF-Approved Yes
Mr Lim Kaim Soon
"Now I can prepare a better budget using the tools I've learnt. The concepts and skills can also be applied when managing new projects."
- Mr Jeremy Tan, General Manager, Braid Logistics Asia Pte Ltd
"The skills and concepts learnt can be used to prepare for forecasting and budgeting exercises."
- Mr Mohd Kahliab Bin Zainal Abidin, CEO, EMAAN Inspection Pte Ltd
"I have learnt the difference between a forecast and a budget, and how to do a proper cashflow projection."
- Ms Guan Xiaoyan, Accounts Executive, Smartronic Projects Pte Ltd
Participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance upon course completion.
This is primarily ilt training
Duration:7 hours
Training Presented in:English
Training Provided by Effective Outsource Networks
About The Training Provider: Effective Outsource Networks
Effective Outsource Networks - Established in 1996, Effective Outsource Networks (EON) specialises in providing human capital consulting and training services to organisations in Singapore. It has helped organisations improve on day-to-day human resource operations through three main areas of support, namely, information service, consulting, and training. In January 2013, EON was incorporated as EON Consulting & Training...
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