Cash Forecasting to Stay Afloat: 13 Week Cash Flow Process

John Kahn, Private Equity and International CFO

John shares his 13 Week cash flow process. He has active licenses as a CPA, Chartered Accountant, Chartered Global Management Accountant, and Certified Information Technology Professional. He is a strategic business partner to CEOs and as a trusted 360-degree liaison between equity, lenders, and management. He is skilled at managing syndicated debt, enjoys contributing cross-functionally and has deep M&A, international and global experience.

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Tracy Levine, Forbes Coaches Council, Shares Why John Kahn #YouAreRemarkable

Brand Ambassador & Passionate about sharing opportunities with his network

I have known John for over 10+ years.  As a member of the Advantage Talent, Inc. Financial Executive Forum, I observed John engaging his peers in a way that benefited both parties.  So it was no surprise that when I offered John the opportunity to speak at the Grow It Forward Virtual Summit, he immediately became a Brand Ambassador for his network.  He enthusiastically shared why other people would be great presenters and speakers followed up with an email containing contact information. 

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