Liquidity planning: simple, system-supported, future-proof
What to look out for when setting up modern liquidity planning
13.05.2024 in Cologne
30.09.2024 in Vienna
EUR 1.650,- plus VAT.
Securing liquidity on a sustainable basis is considered to be the essential goal for the financial management of companies. One prerequisite for this is meaningful and reliable liquidity planning. This must take into account the individual requirements of the business model and should be as efficient as possible. This is ensured by lean, digital processes, the targeted use of the right data and suitable system support. We present different methods and approaches, discuss current trends, and cover everything from Excel to predictive analytics.
This seminar deals with fundamental questions of financial strategy, creditworthiness and rating, as well as current issues such as the situation on the financing market, creditworthiness-adequate loan agreement clauses or third party-comparable intercompany interest rates.
We also offer this course in English offered.
- What is "liquidity"?
- Factors influencing liquidity risk
- What distinguishes multi-year financial planning from liquidity planning during the year?
- What distinguishes direct and indirect liquidity planning?
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of indirect or direct liquidity planning?
- How should liquidity planning be structured?
- How can plan cash flows be determined?
- What all needs to be considered in the liquidity planning process?
- How are actual cash flows determined and for what?
- How can liquidity risk be analyzed?
- What can system support look like?
Group of participants
Employees and managers who want to introduce or further develop liquidity planning as well as corporate account managers from banks who want to learn about their customers' day-to-day business from their perspective
The seminar deals with the topic of liquidity planning in its entirety - from strategic goals to operational implementation. Complex contents are presented and deepened using practical examples. In addition, different possibilities of system support are presented and methods for liquidity risk analysis are discussed.