Advanced Financial Statement Analysis
August 31, 2012
Marriott Legends Hotel at Capital Hill
2500 Legends Circle
Prattville, AL 36066
Full Registration Rate is $295/member and $395/nonmember
Your registration fee includes instruction, materials and continental breakfast
(If you do not have a login and password for our registration section please call our office
The following link contains detailed instructions for MyCBAA's members only registration process.
9 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
Speaker - David Kemp
In today’s regulatory environment, lenders due diligence must include detailed cash flow analysis. In addition to regulators concerns, analytical tools allow lenders to identify the business operations that caused the need for cash. Cash flow analysis also pinpoints the source(s) of repayment and identifies the risk in the borrower’s business plan/operations.
The program begins with the question of “What business operations gave rise to the need for cash.” From analysis we can determine what caused the need for cash and the impact of management actions and decisions on cash flows.
•Sales Growth and Cash Flow
•Margin Analysis as a Measure of Management Skills
•Trade Account Turnover: Accounts Receivable, Inventory, Accounts Payable
•How to Prepare a Cash Flow Analysis
•Quick Cash Flow as an Abbreviated Analytical Tool
•Cash Flow Analysis from Tax Returns: Sub-S Tax Returns (1120), Partnership Returns (1065), C-Corporation (1120)
Participants should have a working familiarity with advanced analytical tools. The program is targeted to
lenders with 5+ years lending experience or having completed a fundamental lending program.
Dress for the seminar is business casual. To ensure your comfort, please bring a jacket or sweater. If you need additional information please contact Debbie Pharr at 334-244-9456 or email email@example.com. Location is subject to change. We will notify you if a change is made after your registration.
There will be a $100.00 fee for any cancellation.
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