Forecasting is potentially one of the hardest tasks undertaken by treasury teams, with its requirement for precision and accuracy and its ability to drive a company’s strategic growth, or hold it back if it all goes wrong! Treasuries are constantly seeking to fine-tune their cash forecasting, and the pressure will only increase over the next couple of years as parking their short-term cash is complicated by new regulations affecting banks and money funds.
During this webinar, speakers went over some of the common problems associated with developing an accurate cash forecast and how to proactively get ahead of those obstacles, as well as:
- The impact of inaccurate, incomplete or out of date data
- Tools for securing accurate and reliable real-time data from across the organization
- Your cash flow forecasting checklist for better business intelligence
Attendees of the live session were provided up to 1.2 FP&A recertification credits and 1.2 CTP/CCM credits by the Association for Financial Professionals will be provided to full session attendees.
Valerio has over 18 years of treasury, finance and accounting experience at corporate level covering both domestic and international operations. His experience includes cash management and investments, global liquidity analysis, M&A and post-acquisition best practice and processes implementation, IC loans structuring, cash repatriation, debt management, interest expense analysis, derivatives trading, net investment hedging, FX / BS hedging, settlements automation, FAS133 treatment, corporate guarantees structuring, cash forecasting (including 13 week model), minimum cash analysis and daily global cash & debt reporting, bank relationship management and rationalization, ISDAs, DF protocol adherence, corporate credit card selection and relationship, treasury policies drafting and maintenance, systems management and implementation, rating agencies relationship, Sarbanes Oxley compliance and key controls, external audit and IT controls supervision from a corporate treasury perspective.
R.B. has more than 10 years of experience in the treasury technology and financial services industries. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Boise State University and a Masters in Business Administration from Northwest Nazarene University. Prior to joining Kyriba, R.B. was a VP of Sales with GTreasury and Regional Sales Manager for Clearwater Analytics, where he worked with treasury departments to enhance investment analytics and transparency in their liquidity management.