Cash Flow Management For Accounts Execitive & Officer Workshop by Gerald Peries A/L V. A. Peries
Date: 15 & 16 January 2020 (Wednesday & Thursday)
Time: 9:00am to 5:00pm
Venue: Hotel Istana City Centre Kuala Lumpur
Introduction:
In today’s diverse and ever changing business environment, it is crucial for Accounts executives & officers to understand and appreciate the importance of cash flow management.

This will enable these personnel to:-
• Evaluate the current cash flow situation of the organization and advice management
• Manage the organisation’s cash flow effectively to ensure its continued financial health.
• Understanding their role and contribution in maintaining a healthy cash flow for their organisation.
• Learn effective techniques to monitor and manage working capital
• Predict future cash flow problems by participating in the budgeting process
• Effectively plan for business expansion through the application of proven capital budgeting techniques.
• Participate in the long-term cash flow planning to meet company’s objective.
• Analyse the past cash flow management of the organization by presenting and analysing the cash flow statement.

Acquisition of these skills would also enable these personnel to manage the cash flow of the organization more effectively and to better contribute towards the financial health of the organisation.

Objectives:
By the end of this workshop, participants should be able to:-

• The importance of cash flow
• The difference between profits and cash flow
• The techniques of making long-term investment decisions for a  healthy cash flow
• The importance of managing working capital for a healthy cash flow
• The importance of budgets as a planning and control tool for cash flow management
• Skills in analysing financial statements with a view to improve the organisation’s cash flow.
• Budgeting skills.
• Skills in analyzing and selecting appropriate investment projects
• Skills in forecasting cash flow requirements
• Skills in monitoring cash flow
• The usefulness and limitations of financial information in managing cash flow.
Program Content:
MODULE 1: INTRODUCTION
• Importance of Cash Flow Management
• Financial Ratios to Monitor Liquidity
• The Operating cycle
• The Cash conversion cycle
• Case Study

MODULE 2: CASH MANAGEMENT MODELS & FINANCIAL FORECASTING
• Cash Management Models
• Percentage of Sales Method
• Forecasting Spontaneous & Discretionary Financing
• Case Study

MODULE 3: MANAGING WORKING CAPITAL COMPONENTS
• Importance & implications of Working Capital to Cash Flow
• Risk-Return Trade-Off
• Trade Credit Evaluation
• Short-term financing evaluation
• Inventory Management
• Accounts Receivable Management
• Case Study

MODULE 4: PREPARATION & PRESENTATION OF CASH FLOW STATEMENTS
• Purpose of Cash Flow
• Cash Flow from operating activities
• Cash Flow from investing activities
• Cash Flow from financing activities
• Preparation & Interpretation Cash Flow Statement
• Case Study

MODULE 5: BUDGETING - INTER-RELATIONSHIPS & PREPARATION
• Overview and benefits of budgeting
• Budget as a planning & control tool
• Human aspects of budgeting
• Preparing the various budgets
• Case Study

MODULE 6: CAPITAL BUDGETING
• Forecasting relevant cash flows
• Time value of money
• Discounted Cash flows
• Tax Impact on Project Cash flows
• Payback Period
• Net  Present Value
• Internal Rate of Return
• Net Present Value versus Internal Rate of Return
• Case study

Methodology:
• Interactive Lectures
• Discussions
• Practical Exercises & Case Study
Who Must Attend:
• Accounts Executives & Officers and other staff in organisation whose day to day activities have an influence on the cash flow position of their organisation.
• Executives & officers who often face tight cash flow positions would find this course particularly useful.
• Executives and other staff without formal financial training and require more knowledge of cash flow to perform their jobs more effectively should also attend this course.
• Entrepreneurs who need a good understanding of cash flow management to better manage their companies.
Investment Fees:
RM1,908.00 (Including 6.00% Service Tax) per participant (Standard Fee)
RM1,590.00 (Including 6.00% Service Tax) per participant (Early Bird Fee, register by 06 January 2020)

Group incentive: Register 3 participants from the same organization, the 4th participant is FREE. (Buy 3 Get 1 Free)
Registration:
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Notes:
This Training Programme is SBL Claimable *Subject to PSMB conditions.

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