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Insider Business: Optimising your cash flow

‘Cash is King’ – how do you model, forecast and optimise your cash flow?

The ability to manage cash flow and liquidity in times of economic turmoil
can make or break a business. But forecasting your cash flow based on historical
trends is only part of the story. Increasingly companies and their FDs realise
that modelling your greatest areas of risk by expanding your forecasting
analysis to include robust ‘What if..’ scenarios will optimise your working
capital and secure the financial health of your company.

Our experts for this discussion include former ICAEW chief executive Eric
Anstee, EC Harris finance director Neil Morling, Oracle consultant Alison
Morgans and CIMA’s Peter Simons.

To listen to this archived Oracle-sponsored event, click
here

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