Course Your entry into financial management – S&P Entrepreneur Forum – Product-No. C06

Your benefit with the Course Your entry into financial management:

  • In our basic course you will learn how reliable financial and liquidity planning can be established in practice.
  • How do I permanently secure corporate liquidity?
  • How is the need for liquidity reliably determined?
  • Working capital management in practice
  • Key figures for a liquidity early warning system
  • Control liquidity and prevent surprises

Book the Course Your entry into financial management online; convenient and easy with the course registration form online and the product no. C06.

Price for the Course Your entry into financial management

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

Book online with the product no. C06. Convenient and easy with the course registration form online.

 

 

Course Your entry into financial management

 

Participants voices to the Course Your entry into financial management

“I enjoyed the seminar, there were some helpful tips. Especially in the areas of liquidity planning, valuation, business planning and rating, we were able to implement things. “- Course in Cologne

“It was a great test, if we are really on the way.” – Course in Cologne

 

Target Group – Course Your entry into financial management

  • Executives, also from non-commercial areas
  • Employees in finance, accounting and controlling.

 

Your benefit – Course Your entry into financial management

  • Liquidity and Financial Planning Practical Guide Liquidity at a Glance – Structure and Structure of Liquidity Status
  • Building a reliable corporate and financial planning
  • Manage liquidity properly and avoid surprises
  • Working capital management in practice
  • Liquidity provision and measures to secure liquidity

 

Your lead – Course Your entry into financial management

Each participant receives the following S&P Tool Box: Course Your entry into financial management:

+ Sample templates and checklists for liquidity planning

+ Practical Guide to the S&P Tools:

  • “S&P liquidity planning tool according to bank and auditor standard”
  • “S&P business planning and rating tool according to banking standard”

+ Industry key figures and key figures for liquidity management

 

Seminars and seminar locations

You will find our Course Your entry into financial management in Berlin, Hamburg, Hanover, Münster, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt am Main, Leipzig, Dresden, Stuttgart, Munich, London, Vienna, Salzburg and Innsbruck. The next dates can be found under Seminar Dates.

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Program 1. Course day

Liquidity and Financial Planning – Guide to Practice – Course Your entry into financial management

> What tasks does financial planning have in day-to-day business?

> Financial planning for single and recurring

> All financial flows at a glance – Building a corporate report

> Reliable risk and liquidity early warning system

> Plan liquidity – ensure liquidity – prevent surprises

All participants receive the following S&P Tool Box:

Case studies using the S&P liquidity planning tool according to banking and auditor standards

Liquidity at a Glance – Structure and Structure of the Liquidity Status – Course Your entry into financial management

> Deposits and withdrawals over time

> Liquidity status, liquidity planning and movement balance

> Objective: Proper planning of deposits and withdrawals

 

Direct implementation in practice:

The participants receive the following S&P Tool Box:

Practice cases are trained. The participants receive concrete insights for the development of their own liquidity planning.

 

Optimum preparation of monthly liquidity planning

> Components of a monthly, rolling liquidity planning

> Stages of the planning process: Plan inpayments and disbursements, include investments and capital movements, compensation measures

> Data sources for reliable planning

> How do I minimize the financing costs?

> How do I secure the company’s liquidity?

> Guidelines and checklists for controlling liquidity

 

All participants receive the following S&P Tool Box:

Case studies using the S&P liquidity planning tool according to banking and auditor standards

 

Program 2nd Course Day

Building a reliable corporate and financial planning

> Create the plan balance sheet and the plan profit and loss statement

> Scenarios for corporate planning

> Key figures for corporate and financial analysis

– Term congruent financing

– Liquidity ratios

– debt ratios

– Risk early warning indicators

 

Direct implementation in practice:

The participants receive the following S&P Tool Box:

“Business Planning and Rating Tool”. Practice cases are trained.  concrete insights for building your own liquidity planning.

Manage liquidity properly and avoid surprises – working capital management in practice

> How does the money cycle work?

> What is working capital?

> Successfully control customer and vendor runtimes

> Inventory turnover rate or how is inventories developing?

 

The participants receive the following S&P Tool Box:

> Top key figures for accounts payable and debtors

> Turnover rate of inventories

> Total capital and working capital.

 

Liquidity provision and measures to secure liquidity

> Tools for reliable cash management

> Guide to eliminating “liquidity eaters”

> Comparison with the industry and the competition

– Optimization options for more liquidity

> Internal benefits: creating liquidity leeway, improving structural liquidity, optimizing receivables management

> External Benefits: The right financial planning for successful credit negotiations and rating discussions

 

Each participant receives the following S&P Tool Box:

Case studies and practical examples Fit for the bank discussion – Joint analysis and interpretation of the cash flow statement and movement balance