You can chase a lot of financial measures of your business, but nothing stacks up to cash flow. Like a boat captain on a rough sea, being able to see what is coming at you financially is absolutely invaluable.
Cash flow models are the absolute go-to tool for reviewing companies in distress, yet they are also invaluable to venture capitalists who must manage long range investments as well as fast growth. This webinar discusses the basic components of a cash flow model, why it is weekly and not monthly and why 13 weeks is the usual length. This webinar also discusses what type of data is best for making an efficient and practical cash flow model, as well as best practices for reporting and pitfalls associated with modeling and balance roll forwards.
Jonathan Friedland is a senior partner in Sugar Felsenthal Grais & Helsinger LLP’s Chicago office. He is ranked AV® Preeminent™ by Martindale.com, has been repeatedly recognized as a “SuperLawyer”, by Leading… Read More
Ken has 25 years of executive leadership experience in stakeholder communication. Mr. Yager regularly takes on profit and loss and risk-management responsibility for cash-constrained companies in growth, leveraged-buyout and turnaround… Read More
Richard is a practicing Certified Public Accountant, and holds the additional designations of Accredited in Business Valuation, Accredited Senior Appraiser, Certified Business Appraiser, International Certified Valuation Specialist, Certified Valuation Analyst,… Read More
Shanté George joined Baker Tilly in 2016 and is a principal in the firm’s forensic, litigation and valuation services practice. She has extensive experience advising companies, unsecured creditors, lenders, bankruptcy… Read More