Cash Flow Forecasting
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Cash Flow Forecasting

This course explores flow forecasting in detail.
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What Will I Learn?
  • Identify approaches, models, and other tools used in cash flow forecasting.
  • Identify steps and tools for evaluating and measuring how effective a forecasting system is or is not.
  • Discover how to develop an effective approach to incorporating local system sources and simple statistical models into a cash flow forecasting system.
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  • Prerequisite: Exposure to corporate finance
  • Advanced Preparation: None

This course explores cash flow forecasting in detail. The course begins with a description of how to evaluate a current cash flow forecasting system, going beyond short-term forecasts. We discover that intermediate-term forecasting methods, like the essentials, are not very complicated.

We discuss how to analyze a cash flow system, its methods, users, and technology. We also explore forecasting techniques that use statistics. We look at the common spots in an overall forecasting system where things can go wrong and what can be done to avoid these errors.

Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone interested in finance, accounting or related fields.
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Curriculum For This Course
7 Lectures
5 Lectures 01:43:26

Methods for Analysis and Evaluation

Techniques, Models, and Conclusion

Intermediate Cash Flow Forecasting Continuous Play
Supporting Materials
2 Lectures 00:02
Slides: Intermediate Cash Flow Forecasting

Intermediate Cash Flow Forecasting Glossary/Index
Review and Test
0 Lectures 00:00

Review Questions: Intermediate Cash Flow Forecasting

Review Questions
3 questions

FINAL EXAM: Intermediate Cash Flow Forecasting

5 questions
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Illumeo Learning
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Ken Parkinson (Illumeo)
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Kenneth L. Parkinson

Managing Director, Treasury Information Services, LLC

Mr. Parkinson is managing director with TIS. He is an experienced consultant, educator, writer, and financial manager. His experience as a consultant and as a corporate treasury manager has included development and implementation of major treasury systems in both mainframe and PC environments. As a treasury manager, he evaluated and selected treasury services from commercial and investment banks and other providers worldwide. As a treasury consultant, he has worked closely with clients to select appropriate banking services, evaluate bank service charges, and design effective treasury systems. He has provided advisory services to major commercial banks to help in assessing market acceptance of new products and in solving current customer problems. He has surveyed the system and banking service needs of small and large firms. He has also led industry focus groups and conducted customer roundtables and product demonstrations for major banks.
Mr. Parkinson has been a visiting/adjunct professor of finance at the Stern School of Business at New York University for more than a decade. He has taught undergraduate and graduate courses in introductory finance, working capital management, financial e-commerce, and (long-term) corporate finance. In addition to his teaching at Stern/NYU, his teaching and training experience includes work with Duke University, University of North Carolina, Fairleigh Dickinson University, American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and state CPA societies across the country, American Management Association, Association for Financial Professionals (with its predecessor groups), Treasury Management Association of Canada, regional treasury management associations across the country and in Canada, National Association of Credit Management, Operations Research Society of America/The Institute of Management Science, Business International, and IBC (London, UK).
He has authored, co-authored or made major contributions to more than a dozen books on cash management, including Optimizing Bank Relations, Preparing for Treasury Management Certification, How to Prepare an RFP for Treasury Services, Managing Bank Relations, Corporate Liquidity, Cash Management Templates, Essentials of Cash Management (2nd and 3rd eds.), and Treasury Manager’s Guide to the Internet. He has served as editor-in-chief of the Journal of Cash Management, technology editor and contributing editor with Corporate Cashflow magazine, senior editor with Business Credit magazine, and co-editor of The Treasury Pro, a monthly newsletter. Mr. Parkinson holds a BS degree from The Pennsylvania State University and an MBA degree in international business from the Wharton Graduate School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. He was part of the team that originally developed the CCM exam and is a permanently certified cash manager.
His prior experience includes RCA Corporation, where he served as a corporate financial manager (assistant treasurer), and Deloitte & Touche, where he served as a management consultant.