Liquidity planning

Agenda

Participants will receive the detailed course programme together with the course confirmation before the start of the course.

Overview of the agenda:

  • Introduction
    Importance
    Terminology, characteristics and differences
    The methods of liquidity planning
  • Setup of the core data
    User roles
    Disposition types, groupings, totals
  • Data entry
    Operational cash flows
    Financial transactions
    Data generator
  • Reporting
    Liquidity planning ‘Rolling’
    Liquidity planning ‘Planning periods’ (plan/obligo)
    Differences actual vs. plan/obligo
    Differences plan vs. obligo
    Currency exposure
    Comments
  • Open debtor list import
    Configuration import target figures
    Mapping and import Excel sheet
    Edit result interactively / update standing order

Target audience

The course is primarily intended for employees who are responsible for the following activities:

  • Liquidity planning (Setup and operational business)

Objectives

Securing liquidity is the most important goal for the financial management of a company. In practice, however, there are some pitfalls.

The participants are shown the interrelationships of magnet® in the area of monthly rolling up to multi-year liquidity planning with foreign currency hedging.

Tips & tricks for a more efficient use of the software top off the course.

Duration and costs

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