Financial Conference details released

AM Financial Conference details released

12/09/2011 in Events, Event News

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AM Financial Conference details released

This year's AM Financial Conference will focus on profit rather than increasing turnover. Without a good grasp of your cost base, high turnover figures can easily lead to an overall loss.

AM has once again brought together a group of experts that will ensure that you take away significant ideas and best practice advise in order to maintain profits.

This conference brings together senior level executives to meet with their peers, discuss the burning issues of the day and take away new ideas to use in their own dealerships, groups & manufacturer operations.

Any executive that is involved in the financial management of a dealership business will benefit from attending this conference.

The conference, sponsored by Grant Thornton, Mapfre Abraxas & Geldards LLP, will take place on Tuesday November 15 at the Oxford Belfry, near Thame.

Key highlights:
1. A UK economy review
The financial editor of the Evening Standard will give a broad view on where the economy is heading

2. BER: transactional activity up to the new block exemption regulation
A review of the new legal framework will also take place

3. Increasing profit by reducing waste - the Lean Thinking approach
How to increase bottom line profits by reducing wasteful activity

4. Protecting profit margins; diversifying your business
To diversify your business is to ensure that you reach your maximum potential in each area; without compromising another

5. Access to funding
This session will highlight how to access the best funds, with the best services

6. Property values and working capital
Why working capital is the fundamental driving force for any dealership business

To book your tickets, please visit www.am-finance.co.uk


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