Cash Flow Management

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  • Fees : 2600 $
  • Date 04 Aug 2019
  • Location Amman, English

Cash Flow Management


Course Background:


The importance of liquidity is of paramount to organizational operations and a

measure of company value and profitability. Working capital has to be

continually assessed and monitored to ensure scarce resources are available

at critical times. How an organisation utilizes it worth and available cash flow

largely depends on the accuracy and speed allowing that allows sound

financial decisions to be made.

How do we control and monitor this critical business function and

ensure that cash flow has the flexibility without waste??

This program identifies the various cash flow functions and how cash flow

advantages can be capitalized upon without effecting profitability and Break –

Even situations.


Course Learning Objectives:


This program is design to help Distinguish between management accounting,

and financial accounting and Identify financial accounting and business

management functions. It will also give types of organizations, accountants,

information and requirements along with cash flow versus profitability. It will

also involve Identification of fixed, variable, direct and indirect costs using

Executable Break-Even analysis – historic and predictive


Course Duration: Five Days


Who Should Attend:


None – Financial Managers & Deputy Mangers, Senior Supervisors involved

within the business environment and responsible for cash flow management

functions and cash flow decision -making.


Daily Course Outline:


Day One:

􀂃 Introduction to Cash Flow as a Management Function

– Financial Performance Studies.

– Accepted Performance Measures

– Recent Trends and Issues

– Comparison of Financial Statements:

– profit & loss

– balance sheet

– cash flow systems

– The eternal triangle of price, volume and market share

– Pricing and costing

– setting selling price

– estimating volumes

– coping with price sensitivity

– elasticity of demand

– Financial Analysis


Day Two:

􀂃 Use and calculation of key ratios

􀂃 Profit margins, asset velocity, return on investment

􀂃 Return on capital employed (ROCE)

􀂃 Gearing and Liquidity

􀂃 Earnings Per Share (EPS)

– dividend cover

– interest cover

􀂃 How to read the Financial Information

– yields

– price-earnings

– ratios,

– market

– capitalization


Day Three:

􀂃 Corporate structure, and how is this linked to financial

􀂃 structures

􀂃 Cash Flow Problems

􀂃 Practical tips for improved cash flow management

􀂃 Cash management within

– profit

– cost

– investment centred organizations

– pros, cons and pitfalls


Day Four:


Dealing with the shifting emphasis from an income to a cash

measured business

How to manage the critical topics of cash and working capital

Cash Flow Budgeting

– rigid annual budgets

– standard costs

– corresponding variance

– the "cutting edge" of budgeting


Day Five:

Links from budgeting to cash flow forecasting, project appraisal

and management information

– Impact on marketing plans if cash and income not correctly balanced

– Projecting cash requirements

– Other performance indicators

– "Balanced Scorecard" approach of holistic management information

– Investment and project appraisal

– financial decision-making

cash sources and cash impact of each of these routes

􀂃 Capital investment appraisal

􀂃 Case Studies

􀂃 Discussion Groups

􀂃 Summary and Course Analysis


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