How to improve Cash Flow – What can I do as an Entrepreneur
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
“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
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
Seminars and seminar locations – Improving cash flow – What can I do as an entrepreneur?
You will find our seminars on 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. You would like to receive up-to-date information about your personal further education in practice. Here you can register directly for our newsletter.