Control your cash and improve profitability for your business ! Explore our training session
3 training sessions organised by ACA !
Looking to control your cash or improve your business’s profitability?
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Multiple dates: 25 September and 2, 9, and 26 October. These training sessions are organised by ACA at 19 rue Poliveau, Paris (5th arrondissement).
Improve and expand your cash culture
Improve your knowledge of financial mechanisms, understand the cash flow statement, and identify leverage points to find more cash in your business
Cash Culture: finding and exploiting leverage points
- Revisiting the balance sheet and the P&L account
- Understanding key concepts in simple terms
- Improving performance through the balance sheet
- The two key financial indicators
- Constructing a simple cash flow statement
- Direct and indirect methods
- Imagining possible improvements to find more cash flow
- Identifying leverage points to generate cash
- Easily communicating financial issues to operational managers
- Cash is everyone’s concern
- How can you establish a cash culture in your business?
Who is this training session for?
Managers participating in a cash-generation improvement program in their business, and financial officers looking for tools to easily communicate financial issues to operational managers outside of Finance
Next date: Tuesday 25 September
Improve your business’s profitability
Financial fundamentals of investment
- Understanding the profitability of an investment
- Calculating IRR and NPV for a very simple case to understand the mechanism
- Assessing risk
- Choosing among multiple CAPEX
- How can we improve profitability?
- Leverage points
- Identifying the actors driving ROI
- Managing profitability throughout the investment project
- The shared dashboard
- The post-CAPEX audit
Next date: Tuesday 9 October
Constructing your business plan
- The major principles of business financing
- The balance sheet and the P&L account
- Cash flows
- Create a business plan for a simple case
- The 12 steps of a business plan.
- Construct your own Excel sheet with a business plan for a company
- Evaluating your risks
- Identifying your risks and opportunities
- Valuing your different scenarios
Next date: Tuesday 2 October
Improve your business’s profitability
Morning: Financial fundamentals of investment through cash flow
Understanding the profitability of an investment
Calculating IRR and NPV for a very simple case to understand the mechanism
Choosing among multiple CAPEX
How can we improve profitability?
Managing profitability throughout the investment project
Afternoon: Construct your business plan with a Cash Culture perspective based around cash flow
Produce a business plan for a simple case (bring a PC or Mac with Excel)
The 12 steps of a business plan.
Construct your own Excel sheet with a business plan for a company
Next date: Friday 26 October
Learn more about Yves Peccaud:
Yves PECCAUD has directed multiple companies and guided several struggling businesses to recovery. Co-author of Profession: Directeur Financier (“Profession: CFO”), published by Dunod, he works as a business consultant and start-up incubator. He is an HEC graduate, and teaches at Université Paris-Dauphine and the Ecole Centrale de Paris. His training sessions based on “serious games” are a bit offbeat and extremely educational.
We recently interviewed him about the importance of switching to a cash culture: read the interview
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