Financial Recovery: A 12-Step Process for Regaining Financial Health - December 10, 2012
Group Internet-based course
Course level: Intermediate
CPE Credits: 2 Time: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm (Eastern)
Who Will Benefit
Finance officers and financial analysts
Declining revenues and increasing expenditures are putting many local governments in a hard spot. The GFOA has designed a 12-step process for recovering from financial distress that aims to not only help governments arrest the decline, but to ultimately achieve a stronger, more resilient financial condition than when they started. This session will cover key concepts from the GFOA’s financial recovery website, such as building a recovery team, strategies for recovering from distress, and leading and managing the recovery process. The session will also feature practitioners who have experienced financial distress in their own organizations and what they learned.
To cover key concepts from the GFOA’s financial recovery website, such as:
- Building a recovery team;
- Short-term retrenchment tactics;
- Longer-term strategies for recovering from distress; and
- Leading and managing the recovery process.
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GFOA member: $85 Nonmember: $160