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Cash Flow Forecasting

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This online course will examine the variety of approaches that can be taken depending on the purpose and profile of your company. The relationship between forecasting, liquidity and working capital is examined in detail so that forecasting is not considered in isolation, but at the centre of the drive to maximise shareholder value.

Learning objectives

  • Optimise the accuracy of your forecasts
  • Manage differing scenarios and pressures
  • Maximise the benefits of improved cash generation Plus!

  • This time, we are bringing our expertise to you with the EuroFinance virtual classroom. Simply dial-in to the sessions from your desk.

  • Email access to your tutor between sessions

  • Limited class size – guaranteed tutor access

  • All course materials

  • Homework assignments with tutor feedback


Day 1

Types of cashflow forecast

Understand the role of forecasting in your organisation and explore the three most popular types of forecast and how they are used. * Context of cashflow forecast * Purpose of cashflow forecast * Short term cash plan * Long term cash forecast * FX forecast

Cashflow forecast checklist

A practical checklist of key issues that must be addressed when you are designing a new forecast or reviewing an existing one.

  • Why
  • What
  • Who
  • How
  • When

Day 2

Cashflow forecast methodologies

Understand the most common methodologies and when and how you should use them.

  • Top down
  • Bottom up
  • Macro
  • Plan/Budget
  • Modelling
  • Heuristic
  • Statistics
  • Scenarios

Cashflow forecast technologies

How to improve the efficiency and accuracy of your forecasts with the latest technologies as well as measure for maximum benefits.

  • TMS (Treasury Management System)
  • ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning)
  • BI (Business Intelligence)
  • Measuring forecast accuracy

Who should attend

Treasurer who are looking at improving their cash flow forecasting


25 years of management and treasury experience David Blair, Independent Treasury Consultant, Singapore David Blair has 25 years treasury experience, starting his career with Price Waterhouse, then founding ABB’s World Treasury Centre in Switzerland. After setting up Nokia’s global treasury centr...


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