Working capital: The lifeblood of any business

The St. Regis Singapore, 29 Tanglin Road, Singapore 247911

24 May 2017, 9:00AM - 5:00PM, SGT

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While the role of the treasurer has changed significantly over the last decade, liquidity management still remains at the core of the function. In fact, bankers concentrate on the working capital cycle of their corporate clients to identify trade, cash management and supply chain solutions.

Join us at our upcoming course to gain insights on how to effectively and efficiently manage working capital flows and requirements.

 

Course highlights:

  • Understand and learn from the common pitfalls of companies that default
  • Identify issues that company directors need to consider when setting a group finance strategy
  • Understand what makes an optimal working capital position and how it varies across different industries
  • Explore the metrics that determine the cash conversion cycle and calculate the impact on cash flow from alternative strategies
  • Analyse the key drivers of Days Sales Outstanding (DSO), Days Payable Outstanding (DPO) and Days Inventory Outstanding (DIO) and identify existing opportunities that could improve the working capital cycle and enhance revenue and operating profit
  • Examine a case study where you learn how a company can quickly turn assets into cash without jeopardising the viability of the business 
  • KPMG Client Working Capital Simulation exercise: Participants will be given the opportunity to think like a CFO and develop practical experience to understand the impact that various sales and operational decisions will have on cash flow

Please click here for the detailed course outline and information on the presenters.

 

Presenters
Partners and Directors from KPMG in Singapore who have substantial insights on the dynamics of working capital and corporate cash flow
 

Who should attend

  • Corporate professionals in treasury, finance, sales, production, procurement, and supply chain
  • Banking executives in transaction banking, sales and products, relationship management, credit
  • Business owners from small and medium size organisations
     

Seminar fees*
KPMG Client / Alumni: $580 per participant
Public: $650 per participant
 

Registration
To register online, please click here.
 

* The fee is inclusive of GST at the prevailing rate, course materials, lunch and refreshments.

10% discount applies to three or more participants from the same organisation registering for the course.

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