As we navigate any business environment, managing cash flow is an essential component for the long-term success of a business. However, with customers not spending as much as they used to, additional expenses and supporting staff to operate at peak efficiency, businesses need to ensure they are looking at all available options to maximize cash flow.
Grant Thornton LLP’s Dan Woo, Partner Advisory Services and Stephen Latimer, CA, Senior Manager Tax Services will lead an insightful conversation on the various options business leaders can examine that will help them manage cash flow. From tax planning and strategy to working with lenders, join us to discover how you can prepare your business to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow!
Please confirm your attendance by Monday, July 20 @ 4 PM
We will be using Zoom meeting platform for the webinar. A link to join the meeting will be sent out to all registrants 12-24 hours prior to the webinar via email.
About the Presenters
Dan Woo, Partner Advisory Services
Dan is a partner and Senior Vice President with the advisory service line at Grant Thornton LLP and deals with formal and informal restructurings, monitoring and workouts, and finding re-financing opportunities for financially-challenged businesses. He has over 14 years of experience in the restructuring field, assisting both debtors and credits with creative solutions. He worked as auditor with the CRA for 9 years before moving into the restructuring field at Browning Crocker which was shortly after acquired by BDO. He became Vice President and Trustee in Bankruptcy at BDO where he worked for 5 years until moving to Ernst & Young as Vice President of Transaction Advisory Services & Restructuring. Three years ago Dan moved to Grant Thornton where he continues to help offer a wide range of services to address complex situations for businesses in financial distress.
Stephen Latimer, CA, Senior Manager Tax Services
Steve is a senior manager at Grant Thornton LLP with the Canadian tax advisory practice. Steve’s main area of focus is corporate tax planning and reorganization strategies for small to mid-sized privately held companies. Steve works closely with his clients to find out what is important to them, what their short and long-term objectives are and creates tax-deferred plans to help meet these objectives. Steve also provides estate planning services to ensure his client’s personal and business assets can be passed on to successors in the most tax efficient way possible.