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Fund management: Practical tips for maintaining liquidity

The financial crisis taught in the most direct way that companies fail not because of lack of sales or profitability, but because of lack of cash reserves and inability to meet their obligations.

The liquidity of a company is a difficult matter as many times the entrepreneur is forced to proceed with stimulating injections to the company, which however reduces the efficiency of equity capital and essentially hides under the carpet weaknesses that exist in the way the company operates.

For this reason, at EPIDOSIS, we create the appropriate financial tools exclusively adapted to the specifics of your activity which capture your cash situation on a daily, monthly and yearly basis.

Liquidity can be improved in the following ways:

  • Increase Share Capital
  • Lending
  • Obtaining Funding
  • Reduction of the Collection Period of the company’s claims from its customers
  • Avoidance of damaging debts – Screening of Clientele – Credit Insurance
  • Increasing the repayment period of suppliers
  • Detailed study of periods of greater liquidity and the factors that cause it
  • Restructuring of offered products/services (Change to products that require shorter production time)
  • Market expansion / target group
  • Reduction of storage of goods / products / raw materials
  • Reduction of Operating and other costs
  • Outsourcing: Assignment of services to third parties

EPIDOSIS team of financial consultants, through its many years of experience, undertakes the cash monitoring (“the heart”) of your business and the effective redesign of your cash planning. We address how the decisions you make about the fund can have a significant impact on your financial health and resilience.

You can send us a message on the Contact Formor you can call at our offices in Athens 2106810690 or in Thessaloniki 2310477725 to set the date of the seminar..

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