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Managing the Cash Cycle: Accounts Receivable and Payable Best Practices

By: Alpha Partners

Lagos State, Nigeria

19 - 22 Sep, 2017  4 days

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NGN 105,000

Working capital management influences both an organization’s risk and it’s expected returns. After completing this workshop, you will be aware of the risk return trade-offs that are implied in financial forecasting, know the process of financial planning, the importance of managing cash inflows and outflows, how to finance short-term assets, and make the right decisions on financing and investment for your organization.

CONTENTS:

Accounts Receivable

  •  Working capital
  •  Cash management
  •  The cost of credit

Customers and Trading Terms

Customers credit evaluation

  • Trend analysis
  • Tools and techniques of financial analysis

Cash Collection: Tools and Techniques

  • Eliminating barriers to payment
  • Negotiation skill for Successful collection
  • Building relationship with customers

Harnessing Technology in the Account

Payable Processes

  • Electronic invoicing
  • Using the internet for AP effectiveness
  • File maintenance and security issues

For Whom: Accountants, Auditors, Payable Officers, Receivable Officers, Cash Officers, Treasurers and others who perform related functions in Public and Private Sectors.

 This course is being run by ALPHA PARTNERS in collaboration with THE INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS OF NIGERIA, LAGOS MAINLAND DISTRICT.

Training Methodology

The training methodology combines lectures, discussions, group exercises and illustrations. Participants will gain both theoretical and practical knowledge of the topics. The emphasis is on the practical application of the topics and as a result participants will go back to the workplace with both the ability and the confidence to apply the techniques learned to their duties.

Alpha Partners Professional Training Conference Centre. 200, Muritala Mohammed Way (3rd Floor) Opposite Adekunle BRT Bus-stop, Yaba - Lagos. Sep 19 - 22 Sep, 2017
NGN 105,000.00(per participant to cover workshop literature and materials, Executive Bag, Tea/Coffee, Lunch, photographs and Certificates.)
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Chris Onwuasigwe, FCA 08033045484

3-5 Participants - 5% discount allowed 5 and above number of participants - 10% discount allowed
A distinguished team of facilitators who are eminently qualified professionals has been assembled to lead discussions in course of the workshop.
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