Teams Call: Financial and strategic planning to help with reopening and rebooting your business

As the economy slowly begins to re-open it is important that business owners have a robust and realistic assessment of their ongoing viability and a plan on how to achieve it. Before re-engaging with your stakeholders business owners will need to have fully assessed their operations and funding requirements taking into consideration best case and worst case scenario planning. Some of the key considerations will include forecasting short-term cash and viability, identifying key milestones, analysing resources and ongoing contingency planning.

The talk will look at ways to implement rigorous cash controls and how to have open, regular and transparent communication with key stakeholders including banks, lenders, landlords, customers, suppliers and employees. It will also look at the requirement for a number of businesses to restructure their balance sheets to continue trading on a long-term basis and some of the tools to assist in that process.

For this MS teams call with have teamed up with the advisors from Duff & Phelps https://www.duffandphelps.ie/ who are experts in strategic and financial planning as well as corporate restructuring.

This event is free of charge for SFA members but you must pre-register in order to receive the link (this link will take you to another SFA page, please book on through the "book now" link on the right-hand side.)

Please note: links to join the call will be sent once registration has closed on 11 May - please contact info@sfa.ie if you have not received your link by the morning of the call.
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