What Comes Next: Planning Cashflow & Currency Post-Lockdown

Chamber Masterclass:

What Comes Next: Planning Cashflow & Currency Post-Lockdown

As lockdown begins to ease, business is planning for a second phase of COVID-19 in which recovery is the focus but uncertainty and volatility remain. The challenge is far from over. Join us for this practical masterclass on optimising your working capital and managing currency volatility over the months ahead.

Join our speakers to discuss how you get ready for the next phase of the pandemic including:

  • How do I control costs, unlock trapped cash and refinance over this second phase?
  • How do I maintain a financially resilient business over a prolonged period of uncertainty and mitigate potential future shocks?
  • How will sterling perform against other currencies including AUD?
  • How can I hedge my currency mix as markets recover at a different pace?

Audience Q&A will also offer the opportunity to put your questions to the experts and get ahead on your COVID-19 recovery plan.

This is a free webinar for Members. Early Bird Tickets for Non-Members if £5.

Registration is essential

Jeremy Thomson-Cook, Chief Economist, Equals Group Plc

Jeremy is the Chief Economist at Equals Group. He has been involved within the financial services industry since 2002 and specialises in helping individual and business clients to understand their currency risk, enabling them to maximise their international payments. With his experience and knowledge on current markets and strategies, Jeremy regularly features on national television and in media around the world.

Daniel Windaus, Partner, PwC
Daniel is a Partner within PwC’s Working Capital Practice and has advised both private equity firms and corporate management on how to release cash through operational improvements in the working capital cycle. He has 20 years experience in optimising Cash Flow and Working Capital for both distressed and healthy companies across Europe, Asia and North America. Daniel was educated at the European Business School and Oxford University.


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