Automotive, Industrial products & manufacturing

Optimising Cash Flow in Thai Manufacturing Companies

11 June 2019

Join us for an interactive seminar focusing on the key challenges and best practices for manufacturing organisations in Thailand and how a focus on cash flow can drive improvements in both cash and profits, as well as the latest transfer pricing, tax & legal developments that can impact your business.

With increasing competition, rising cost of materials, and client demands for higher quality products at lower prices, CFOs and finance executives of manufacturers in Thailand are expected to balance a number of strategic priorities. Typically, these include top-line growth, increasing profits, optimising cash flow and ensuring legal and regulatory compliance.

While increasing revenue and profits are often considered the key priority, CFOs and company leaders should ensure that cash flow remains at the heart of their decisions and processes – ensuring a stable platform for a sustainable business. A focus on cash flow should encompass all areas of the CFO agenda, including understanding the true cost of products to increase profitability, and being aware of how to optimise the cash flow impact of tax implications on your supply chain.

Join us for an interactive seminar focusing on the key challenges and best practices for manufacturing organisations in Thailand and how a focus on cash flow can drive improvements in both cash and profits, as well as the latest transfer pricing, tax & legal developments that can impact your business.

Our senior team will provide practical guidance on the following topics:

  • Working capital optimisation – how to optimise internal processes to drive increased cash flow
  • Product costing and profitability – understanding the true cost of your products, and how to increase product margins
  • Transfer pricing and valuation of goods – the impact of Thailand’s updated transfer pricing regulations and customs valuation on supply chain planning
  • Tax and legal updates – updates on recent tax and legal developments affecting business operators
Speakers
Chris Cracknell Chairman
Matt Crane Director - Advisory Services
Melea Cruz Lead Partner – Tax Services
Tanva Mahitivanichcha Partner – Customs &Trade, Tax Services

Seminar Agenda:

09:00 – 09:30            

Registration

09:30 – 9:40

 

9:40 – 10:45             

Opening & introduction to business landscape (manufacturing) in Thailand and the importance of working capital management strategy by Chris Cracknell, Chairman

Driving a focus on cash to optimise working capital and product profitability by Matt Crane, Director – Working Capital Advisory

10:45 – 11:00              

Coffee break

11:00 – 11:45            

The impact of transfer pricing and valuation of goods on supply chain planning by Tanva Mahitivanichcha, Partner – Customs & Trade, Tax Services

11.45 – 12:00                 

Closing remarks & session ends

Grant Thornton & WHA
  • Training Center, ESIE Plaza I, Eastern Seaboard Industrial Estate (Rayong)
Tel: 02 205 8222 Contact: Events@th.gt.com