Key things to ensure your balance sheet is fit for 2021
This on-demand webinar draws together the key learning points from our “Is your balance sheet fit for 2021” series.
The series offered practical ideas and solutions to help clients prepare for the challenges and opportunities of 2021, following a journey through the balance sheet. Our experts will offer additional insights and opinion on the series and answer questions that it has provoked.
The webinar follows the following format:
- Our panel remind us of each post in turn and also add one more insight, either provoked from the audience or one that they would have added if space would allow.
- As the economic, political and legal landscape has changed a lot in the five-weeks since the series started, our experts will also discuss how these changes may have an impact upon your plans for 2021.
10 Gateley insights for a resilient balance sheet
Follow our ten-part series looking at solutions and opportunities for 2021 viewed through the balance sheet.;
Introduction: How to prepare a resilient balance sheet for 2021
Article one: How to ensure the assets on your balance sheet are working for you
Article two: Current assets: separating the ‘can’t pay’ from the ‘won’t pay’ customer
Article three: Short term creditors: how to access funding
Article four: Long term creditors: converting liabilities to equity
Article five: Long term creditors: the benefits of informal creditor arrangements
Article six: Net Assets: what the new restructuring regime means for your business
Article seven: Net Assets: how 'pre-pack administrations' can save your business
Article eight: Net Assets: Advantages and pitfalls of buying insolvent businesses
Article nine: How to unlock capital from inefficient equity structures
Article ten: Shareholder funds: when can a company declare a dividend?
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