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Free Webinar – Preparing a Cash Flow Forecast

May 27 @ 5:30 PM - 6:45 PM

Join us for this FREE webinar to learn why a cash flow forecast is important and how to prepare one for your business.

Understanding and predicting the flow of money in and out of your business can help business owners make better decisions, plan ahead and face the challenges of COVID-19.

A cash flow forecast is an essential tool for business owners to make informed decisions and it can also support requests for additional funding or relief by creditors and suppliers.

This session will assist business owners to prepare a cash flow forecast that will improve your business visibility and planning during COVID-19.

Important Note: Webinar login details will be emailed to registrants the day before the event.


  • Scott Baker, Trade Finance Specialist, ANZ Bank

Scott Baker is Secretary of the Cumberland Business Chamber and a seasoned trade finance professional with a 30+ year career in banking and cross border trade and a successful track record in sales, relationship management and transacting.  For enquiries about managing your cross border trading risks, how the various trade financing methods can assist with risk management, or to enquire about membership of the Chamber, contact Scott at: secretary@cbchamber.com.au or  0411 110 873 or on LinkedIn.

  • Angela Haynes, Head of Restructuring Services, KPMG Greater Western Sydney

Angela is President of the Cumberland Business Chamber and leads Restructuring Services for KPMG at Greater Western Sydney, specialising in critical business planning, restructuring options and turnaround advisory. Angela is a qualified Chartered Accountant, holds a B Commerce from WSU and a Grad Dip in Corporate Governance and Risk Management.  She has also lectured in applied finance at Macquarie University.  Feel free to email Angela at president@cbchamber.com.au or telephone: 0419 444 010 or on LinkedIn.


May 27
5:30 PM - 6:45 PM
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