Cash Flow and Working Capital Management

Join us for a webinar discussion on recent developments and practical considerations for businesses in effectively managing cash flow and working capital during the COVID-19 crisis. Our Partners Brett Johanson and Scott McLiver will provide key insights on effective cash flow forecasting, cash and liquidity management tools and practical ways to assist cash management in our current uncertain economic environment.

We encourage you to share your questions for our presenters ahead of the event. Upon registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. This will also feature a link enabling you to pre-submit your questions. While all guests will be asked to mute their microphone during the webinar, you will have the opportunity to post short written questions to the live on-screen chat board viewed by all participants. These webinars will not be recorded and the Chatham House Rule will apply.

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Our specialists are:

Brett Johanson - Partner, PwC New Zealand

Brett is a partner in the PwC Corporate Treasury team and provides practical knowledge and experience of financial markets, corporate treasury and governance areas. He has spent more than two decades enhancing organisations treasury functions. Brett provides ongoing treasury management advice to a range of council and corporate clients. He specialises in cash, liquidity, debt and interest rate management advice.

Scott McLiver - Partner, PwC New Zealand

As a partner in the Private Business team at PwC, Scott assists business owners to grow their business, manage risk and achieve success. His areas of expertise include cash-flow forecasting and business planning, cloud technology for SMEs, innovation and disruption, financial reporting and budgeting.