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Title: Chapter 12 Cash Forecasting


1
Chapter 12Cash Forecasting
Order Order Sale
Cash Placed Received
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Accounts Collection lt
Inventory gt lt Receivable gt lt Float
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Time gt Accounts Disbursement
lt Payable gt lt
Float gt Invoice
Payment Cash
Received Sent
Paid
2
Objectives of Cash Forecasting
  • Liquidity Management
  • Financial Control
  • Strategic Objectives
  • Capital Budgeting
  • Cost Management
  • Currency Exposure

3
Steps in the Cash Forecasting Process
  • Step 1
  • Forecast Horizon and Intervals
  • Step 2
  • Variable Identification
  • Step 3
  • Modeling the Cash Flow Sequence
  • Step 4
  • Model Estimation
  • Step 5
  • Model Audit

4
Short-Term Forecasting Horizon
  • Daily or weekly forecast for a period of up to a
    month.
  • Aids in cash concentration transfers, funding
    disbursement accounts, and making short-term
    borrowing and investment decisions.
  • Helps in setting and managing balances used for
    bank compensation.

5
Medium-Term Forecasting Horizon
  • Also referred to as cash budgets.
  • Forecast for 1 to 12 months.
  • Used to determine the need for short-term credit
    or availability of funds for short-term
    investments.
  • Can be used as a benchmark of performance by
    comparing actual cash flows to forecast cash
    flows.

6
Long-Term Forecasting Horizon
  • Forecast covers any period beyond one year.
  • Are strategic forecasts used in long-term
    financial planning.
  • Used by financial institutions and rating
    agencies for credit analysis and evaluation.

7
Forecasting Philosophy
  • Number and type of forecasts
  • Expenditure on forecasts
  • External versus internal forecasts
  • Quantitative versus judgmental forecasting

8
Degree of Certainty
  • Certain Flows
  • Predictable Flows
  • Less Predictable Flows

9
Data Identification
  • Sources
  • Identification
  • Account Structure
  • Reporting Requirements
  • Historical Data

10
Forecast Method Selection
  • Establishing Data Relationships
  • Selecting a Method
  • Testing Relationships
  • Managing the Costs of Forecast Systems and Data

11
Forecasting Methods
  • Methods for Short-Term Forecasting
  • Receipts and disbursement forecast
  • Distribution forecast
  • Modified accrual
  • Methods for Medium- and Long-Term Forecasting
  • Pro forma statement
  • Adjusted net income

12
Statistical Tools
  • Causal methods
  • Regression
  • Time-series methods
  • Moving average
  • Exponential smoothing
  • Time-series regression
  • Model estimation
  • Model audit

13
Forecasting MethodsReceipt and Disbursement
  • Receipt Schedule
  • Disbursement Schedule
  • Both schedules are prepared on a cash basis.
  • Completed forecast indicates the projected
    deficiency or surplus of funds in relations to a
    companys minimum cash requirement.

14
Forecasting Methods Distribution Forecast
  • The total estimated cash flow is spread over the
    days in the forecast horizon using proportions
    that are using actual historical patterns.
  • Easy and inexpensive to prepare.
  • Allows the incorporation of seasonality and
    trends.
  • Large data requirements for proportion estimation.

15
Forecasting Methods Pro Forma Statements
  • Based on the percentage-of-sales method.
  • Requires a sales forecast.
  • Determine balance sheet and income statement
    items that can be assumed to be a constant
    percentage of sales.
  • Assume other balance sheet and income statement
    items are constant or can be updated based on
    available information.

16
Pro Forma Statements (continued)
  • Generate projected balance sheet and income
    statements.
  • If projected assets are greater than projected
    liabilities and equity, there is a projected cash
    shortage.
  • If projected assets are less than projected
    liabilities and equity, there is a projected cash
    surplus.

17
Statistical Forecasting Time Series Forecasting
  • Simple Moving Average
  • Gives equal weight to past observations
  • Will always lag any trend in actual cash flow.
  • Approach can be useful in identifying cycles and
    patterns of past data but does not take these
    patterns into account in the forecast

18
Time Series (continued)
  • Exponential Smoothing
  • Allows the cash flow forecast to be adjusted by
    the prior period forecast error.
  • Allows for more weight to be placed on the most
    recent actual cash flows by choosing a smoothing
    constant close to 1.
  • Forecaster must select the smoothing constant.
  • Simplest version of the technique will lag trends
    in the data.

19
Forecast Validation
  • In-Sample Validation
  • Out-of-Sample Validation
  • Ongoing Validation

20
Summary
  • The chapter began with a discussion of the
    philosophy and environment within which cash
    forecasts are made
  • The value of forecasts is to borrow less or
    extend investment maturities
  • The five steps of forecasting were developed and
    two major time intervals were presented
  • Forecast models were divided in two categories
    causal and time-series
  • We discussed daily forecasting in the context of
    the distribution method
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