Financial Management in Turbulent Times: Preparing For A New Global Economy


Hilary Hough, 27.01.2010, M6 Educational Centre

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The business life for the next few years will include financial and operational restructuring more than usual. Weaker credit markets will require companies to generate their own liquidity. Today’s environment demands dual coordinated management with financial and operational flexibility. It is important to address weaknesses or to create the ability to react to the opportunities that can be created in times of economic crisis and downturn.

This seminar will cover following:
Module 1 - Monitoring and managing cash flow
Identifying the key elements of the cash flow cycle in your business
Focus on internal cash generation
Managing working capital
Minimising investment in assets

Module 2 - Key performance metrics and how to improve operating and financial performance
Focus on the key measures of performance
Operating performance
Return on investment
Economic value added
Identifying how to improve operating performance and maximise return on investment
Need to optimise activities that enhance shareholder value and eliminate non value adding activities
Benefits of outsourcing

Module 3 - Strategic pricing decisions in competitive markets
Identifying the real cost of products and services
Focus on the key components of effective pricing decisions
How to bid for new orders or contracts in a highly competitive environment
Raising finance in tight credit markets

How will you benefit?
Тhe business life in the next few years will include a heightened level of financial and operational restructuring. Weaker credit markets will require companies to generate their own liquidity and a coordinated management effort poised at the companies’ financial and operational flexibility. Mr. Hough’s lecture will address and identify the emerging weaknesses and point out the opportunities in times of economic uncertainty.

Who Should Attend
Senior Management, and in particular the heads of the Finance and Accounting departments where attendance of middle management is recommended.

Agenda

9:00 Registration

9:30 – 11:00 Module 1: Monitoring and managing cash flow
· Identifying the key elements of the cash flow cycle in your business
· Focus on internal cash generation
· Managing working capital
· Minimising investment in assets

11:00 – 11:15 Coffee Break

11:15 – 12:45 Module 2: Key performance metrics and how to improve operating and financial performance
· Focus on the key measures of performance
· Operating performance
· Return on investment
· Economic value added
· Identifying how to improve operating performance and maximize return on investment
· Optimizing activities that enhance shareholder value and eliminate non value adding activities
· Benefits of outsourcing

12:45- 13:30 Lunch Break

13:30 – 14:45 Module 3: Strategic pricing decisions in competitive markets
· Identifying the real cost of products and services
· Focus on the key components of effective pricing decisions
· How to bid for new orders or contracts in a highly competitive environment
· Raising finance in tight credit markets
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Hilary Hough
Hilary is a Financial consultant and lecturer, and Adjunct Professor of Accounting and Finance at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland.
He possesses a wide range of experience in advising large and small companies on strategy and finance both as a lending banker and as a financial advisor.
Hilary has served as a senior executive for many years with the Bank of Ireland as Head of Public Affairs and Managing Director of Bank of Ireland Commercial Finance
He has been advising and training senior executives in : Johnson & Johnson, Sony Ericsson, Kone Lift Corp, LM Ericsson, Hilton Hotels International, Carlsberg, Eurocontrol Agency, Akzo Nobel, Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Vodafone, Turkcell, Accenture, Irish Travel Agents Association Hilary is a Certified Accountant (Chartered Association of Certified Accountants); Chartered Director (Institute of Directors); and a Graduate of Harvard Business School (Small Business Management)
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