Managing Cashflow and Working Capital in a Crisis

In today’s environment, liquidity and working capital management has never been more crucial for survival and recovery. Cashflow management is essential for ensuring business continuity can be preserved during and post the COVID-19 crisis.

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Recording available from: Sunday, 03 May 2020
Expiry Date - Monday, 14 November 2022
Duration - 60

DPD Units

This event will earn you 5 DPD units

This webinar, especially suited to smaller businesses, will be presented by finance and turnaround expert panelists who will answer your questions and provide insights. They will cover:

  • What are the key short-term items actions for directors to manage cash and protect your business liquidity?
  • What are the attributes of a good cash flow forecast and what questions should directors ask to get comfortable?
  • What other cash and liquidity initiatives should businesses consider to help navigate the COVID-19 crisis and its aftermath?
  • What funding options are available in this market and what factors do you need to consider in accessing external funding?

A new lens needs to be applied to cash and liquidity management during the COVID-19 crisis so your business can sustain the economic fallout. Historical approaches to managing cash might not be enough in this environment.

Our experts will share their experience across industries and market cycles to help you maximise your cash position.


  • Vince Dimasi, National Partner in Charge of Working Capital Advisory, KPMG
  • Gayle Dickerson, Partner Restructuring, KPMG
  • Jane Starkins, General Manager, Scottish Pacific Finance
  • Darsun Naran, Associate Director, KPMG

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