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Description: Baseline and what-if/stressed projections of cash flows, financial statements and capital requirements are critical inputs to a range of business purposes, including forecasts, risk management, liquidity management, strategic decision making, etc. Forward looking projections have historically been inefficient and performed in silos making it difficult to scale the process as CFOs and CROs ask for more. In this session we discuss challenges of the forecast process and opportunities to meet desired future capabilities. We will also discuss “what-if” analysis and ways to support production of forward looking projections for “what-if” analysis in an efficient way.Hide
- Authors: Youyou Tao, Greta Hager, Emily W Gingrich
- Date: Aug 2019
- Competency: Strategic Insight and Integration
- Topics: Enterprise Risk Management>Financial management; Enterprise Risk Management>Risk appetite