Corporate management key figures

Corporate management with key figures

For managing directors, board members, authorised signatories and commercial managers as well as executives from the retail, production, health care, service and finance sectors.

805,-€

Plus 19% VAT.
  • With the seminar, you will receive your certificate as proof of your expertise

  • Controlling the company

  • Securely manage profitability and control

  • Evaluate the net assets and financial position

  • Liquidity and cash flow under control

Programm

  • 9.15 am – 1.00 pm

    Controlling the company with the BWA


    Differentiation between balance sheet, P&L and BWA key figures


    Plausibility checklist for monthly P&L and BWA


    Correct recording of half-finished orders/projects and correct reporting in the BWA and balance sheet


    Controlling the BWA and P&L with key figures


    Selecting key performance indicators and filtering relevant information out effectively?


    Safely manage profitability and earnings


    What are the top ratios in controlling and balance sheet analysis?


    Key figures and benchmarks for profitability and earnings position.


    How do value added, contribution margin, EBITDA, EBIT and return on sales?


S+P Tool Box

  • Interpretation and conclusions for the correct steering of the company.

  • What measures are to be taken in corporate steering?

  • The participants receive a roadmap for their decisions in practice

  • Business planning and rating tool according to banking standard
  • S+P checklist: Key entrepreneurial figures at a glance

Corporate management key figures

  • 2.00 pm – 5.00 pm

    Assess the asset and financial situation in a targeted manner


    Read balance sheets and annual financial statements correctly, recognise opportunities and risks at an early stage


    Recognising development trends with sector and time comparisons


    What do banks look for when analysing your company’s balance sheet?


    How can I determine and actively manage my own company rating?


    Rating as the basis of an early warning system for undesirable developments


    Liquidity and cash flow under control


    Cash flow, finance and liquidity: the subtle difference in practice!


    Assessing the company’s financial and liquidity situation correctly and plan reliably


    Determining and optimising cash flow from the point of view of the company and from the bank’s point of view


    Is the liquidity of your own company strong enough?
    Reliable analysis of liquidity with key figures


    Key figures and benchmarks on inventories, accounts receivable and creditor maturities

Supervisery Board Financial Companys
Supervisery Board Financial Companys