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Webinar Recording

Cash Flow and Cash Flow Forecasting

Date: Friday, September 23, 2016
Time: 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT
In this webinar, we explore how cash flow forecasting should function. We will concentrate on short-term cash flow forecasting – i.e., up to one year or so. Our speaker Ken Parkinson, Managing Director at Treasury Information Services, will begin with common structures for cash flow forecasting and then continue with how to evaluate whether short-term forecasting methods may be adapted to fit an individual case.

We will discuss how to identify potential sources from both personal input and computer systems. We will break down data to explore how valuable the data items are to the overall forecast. Finally, we will gather up all of the pieces we identify and construct a basic forecasting template.
After attending this event you will be able to:
Define the information requirements for a short-term (i.e., up to 1 year) cash flow forecasting system.
Identify how to perform an objective critique of an existing cash flow forecasting system.
Recognize when to use standard forecasting methods and how to evaluate their performance.
Develop an effective cash flow forecasting system that integrates various time horizons, data items, and performance measurements.

Speakers

Ken Parkinson, Managing Director, Treasury Information Services, LLC
Ken Parkinson
Managing Director, Treasury Information Services, LLC
Ken is an experienced consultant, educator, writer, and financial manager. His experience as a consultant and as a corporate treasury manager has included development and implementation of major treasury systems in both mainframe and PC environments. As a treasury manager, he evaluated and selected treasury services from commercial and investment banks and other providers worldwide. Ken has been a visiting/adjunct professor of finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University for more than a decade. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in introductory finance, working capital management, financial e-commerce, and (long-term) corporate finance. In addition to his teaching at Stern/NYU he has authored, co-authored or made major contributions to more than a dozen books on cash management, including Optimizing Bank Relations, Preparing for Treasury Management Certification, and How to Prepare an RFP for Treasury Services.

Ken holds a BS degree from The Pennsylvania State University and an MBA degree in international business from the Wharton Graduate School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania.
Moderated by: Lindsey Smith, Senior Project Manager
Moderated by: Lindsey Smith
Senior Project Manager
Lindsey is the Senior Project Manager and Manager of Event Production for Argyle Executive Forum’s growing virtual division. She has been with Argyle since 2011 as a part of the Meeting Management & Operations team.

Prior to Argyle, Lindsey worked for ARAMARK in various locations and capacities – most recently as the Assistant Concessions Manager at the Oakland Coliseum.

A Virginia native, Lindsey holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree with a concentration in Hospitality & Tourism Management from James Madison University and a minor in Exceptional Education. She is based in Texas.

Sponsor

Event Sponsor Centage
Centage - Budget Maestro® by Centage is an easy-to-use and scalable, automated budgeting, planning, and forecasting application. It is designed for small to mid-market companies and automates many of the time-consuming and error-prone activities associated with using spreadsheets to generate accurate budgets and forecasts. It features built in financial and business logic that allow users to build and update their budgets and forecasts and never worry about formulas, functions, links or any custom programming. It is the only solution in the market that offers synchronized P&L, Balance Sheet, and Cash Flow reporting that generate automatically and seamlessly update. Budget Maestro serves more than 7,000 users worldwide.

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Continuing Education Information

Certified Public Accountant

  • Continuing Education Credit
    1 CPE Credit
  • Field of Study
    Finance
  • CPE Delivery Method
    Group-Internet
  • Program Location
    Online
  • Program Level
    Basic
  • Prerequisites
    No advanced preparation or prerequisites are required for this course.
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Continuing Professional Development

  • Continuing Education Credit
    1 Hour
  • Field of Study
    Finance
  • CPE Delivery Method
    Group-Internet
  • Program Location
    Online
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Certified Management Accountant

  • Continuing Education Credit
    1 CE Credit
  • Field of Study
    Finance
  • CE Delivery Method
    Group-Internet
  • Program Location
    Online
  • Program Level
    Basic
  • Prerequisites
    No advanced preparation or prerequisites are required for this course.
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