Working Capital Management

Working Capital Management

by Marc T. PIRA
Working capital management makes a valuable contribution to the immediate improvement of liquidity and profitability. With the support of an optimized financial supply chain your net working capital will be reduced. We find ways to optimize your working capital.

Tied up liquidity

The main task of working capital management is the optimization of individual processes with the aim of reducing capital tied up in the company or group. Together with you we can analyze current processes and show you how to release liquidity in a timely and efficient manner.

More efficient processes

In working capital management, the focus is primarily on current assets and the capital tied up in them. With our many years of experience, we precisely identify the structures and processes that bind too much working capital in the company, and develop targeted and efficient concepts for reducing working capital. Increase your profitability and enterprise value.

Main benefits

Especially in times of more restrictive lending, working capital management is suitable for low-cost corporate financing. But how do I reduce my working capital efficiently and purposefully? We support you with:

  • Finding optimization potentials
  • Participation and control in the implementation
  • Identification of success factors
  • Implementation of an accompanying reporting system

The core objective is is to be seen in tying up as little capital as possible. We discover ways and measures for achieving this goal.

Active working capital management has a direct impact on the creditworthiness of your company. By increasing free cash flow, corporate governance is considered to be more valuable.

Together, we tap off all the relevant fields of action, starting with the supply chain via accounts payable and debtor management.

With system support, we map the cash flow of your company and show you where your working capital is too high. Using key figures, we analyze the starting situation and develop suitable control concepts.