Who should attend
- Anyone with a passion for learning who wants to understand more about the financial world.
- Business owners who face difficult financial decisions.
- Financial managers who need to shift their mindset and analysis from ‘growth’ to ‘survival’.
- Advisors who need to build their toolkit for their clients in uncertain times.
About the course
Learn how a business can survive, thrive, and prepare itself for a rebound in recessionary times. Understand when the decision to close is the right one.
This two-day course delivers different financial analysis tools to assist in critical decision making that can enable a company to navigate uncertain times. First, we focus on survival, analysing the cash resources available, and the concept of ‘cash-burn’. Next, in preparation to thrive, we prepare a credit analysis of a company to understand its strengths and weaknesses. Thus, if we do decide to continue, how do we restructure the corporate to build lasting financial foundations? Finally, we walk through the process and calculations involved in closing a business.
This course uses real NZ companies as case studies to build a financial analysis toolkit for uncertain times. Emphasis will be placed on:
Survival. Cash is King.
- Short term cash flow forecasting and management
Good business, bad financials or bad business, bad financials?
- Credit metrics and analysis to understand the trajectory for your company
Prepare to thrive. Evolve and focus on the core
- Debt restructuring and long-term financing
- Disposing of non-core assets. How to restructure your company
- Liquidation analysis
- Who gets paid out?
- Understand the importance of cash and be able to build a short-term cash analysis.
- Understand the credit analysis framework for distressed companies.
- Learn about debt restructuring and other sources of long-term finance.
- Dive into the detail of disposing of parts of a business.
- Understand the liquidation process and analysis.
Your organisation will:
- Ensure that the delegates you send possess the financial knowledge to help your organisation in difficult times.
- Build an internal understanding of crisis financial management.
- Build a more financially astute and aware team that can both ask and answer the key financial questions when an organisation is in distress.
Rob Farmer joined Barclays in 1999, training as an accountant. After qualifying in 2001, Rob moved to Barclays Wealth, undertaking performance and risk analysis, providing input into asset allocation and portfolio construction. Later in his career, Rob joined Barclays Corporate Development, focu...
Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
We are happy to help you find a suitable online alternative.