Perfecting the Cash Forecast: How to Add Business Value to Your Organization

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September 29 - 2pm ET/11am PT

Cash forecasting is an art that is rarely perfected. Every organization talks about forecasting more effectively, but few allocate sufficient people, time, and technology to build an effective program. Understanding the importance of an accurate cash forecast that can be relied upon for key financial decisions is critical to making the right investments in forecasting.

During this webinar, speakers discussed the challenges and misconceptions about cash forecasting, including the following topics:

  •     The cost of an ineffective cash forecast
  •     How treasury adds strategic value to the business through effective forecasting
  •     Three steps to perfecting the cash forecast

Up to 1.2 FP&A and CTP/CCM credits by the Association for Financial Professionals to full session attendees to be provided.

Featured Speakers: 

 
Gregory Person, Vice President, Global Presales, Kyriba Corporation
Gregory has been a finance and treasury practitioner for 15+ years, with extensive experience in global treasury operations including U.S. and international cash management and strategic cash flow forecasting – working with large multinational corporate treasury departments. Over his career, Gregory has held positions with Microsoft, EMC Corporation, Boston Scientific and Wall Street Systems, and recently joined Kyriba to lead its global presales organization. He holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Finance and Philosophy from Northeastern University and is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP).

Bob Stark, Vice President, Kyriba Corporation
Bob Stark is responsible for global product strategy and market development at Kyriba. Bob is a 17 year veteran in the treasury technology industry having served in multiple roles at Wall Street Systems, Thomson Reuters, and Selkirk Financial Technologies including product management and strategy. Bob is a regular guest speaker at treasury conferences and an active member of the Association for Financial Professionals.