Utilizing Cash Flow Projections


Bankers know that cash flow repays loans, but history doesn’t always repeat itself. Cash flow projections force borrowers to think about their futures, and it is reasonable to expect a borrower to prove that it can repay a proposed loan based on its projected cash flow. A cash flow projection requires the balance sheet and income statement to be projected, too, and the links among balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow are critical assumptions to be tested and validated.

To request playback, email Montana Townsend at mtownsend@westernbankers.com

Learning Objectives:

  • Key elements in producing and evaluating cash flow projections
  • Gathering the historic information and critical assumptions needed to prepare a cash flow projection
  • Testing the validity of the critical assumptions
  • Incorporating the cash flow projection results into the evaluation of the borrower’s repayment ability


Dev Strischek
Devon Risk Advisory Group

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