Working Capital Forum 2022
14:00 - 17:30
Mayfarthstraße 4, 60314 Frankfurt/ Main
Unstable supply chains, rising raw material costs, high inflation rates and increasing interest rates characterise the current market environment. The challenges therefore require a strong focus on working capital management and transparency of the underlying processes. They form the thematic focus of our Working Capital Forum, to which we invite you together with our partner goetzpartners.
With the title “Cash for Transformation – Best Practices for Efficient Working Capital Management”, we will discuss with experts from different sectors and industries how working capital optimisations can be used to free up liquidity in companies.
Join the panel discussion and gain important insights for successful working capital management. We are looking forward to welcoming you on 17 November 2022 from 14:00.
Please register here: Working Capital Forum 2022
2:00pm | ARRIVAL & REGISTRATION
2:15pm | WELCOME
Dr. Sven Tischendorf, act AC Tischendorf & Stephan Dellermann, goetzpartners
2:30pm | IMPULSE LECTURE
“Working Capital Management from the role of a CRO using the example of the German automotive (supplier) industry” – Dr. Arno Haselhorst, Haselhorst Associates
2:45pm | PRESENTATION GOETZPARTNERS WORKING CAPITAL BAROMETER 2022
Study results | Challenges for CFOs and decision-makers – Stephan Dellermann, goetzpartners
3:00pm | PANEL DISCUSSION
- Stephan Dellermann, Partner, goetzpartners: Focus topics– Building Working Capital Management Organisations, Process Excellence, Supply Chain Resilience, Big Data / Digitalisation
- Dr. Sven Tischendorf, MBA, Managing Partner, act AC Tischendorf: Focus topics – Working capital management and use of funds from the perspective of the restructuring investor, communication as an element of target realisation / change process, cash management in special situations (insolvency-related)
- Dr. Arno Haselhorst, Managing Partner, Haselhorst Associates: Focus topics– Short-term liquidity measures, cash office, supplier and customer communication, bank communication
- Moritz Krannich, Commercial director, GoodMills Deutschland GmbH: Focus topics– Cost vs. Cash: What is the basis for decision-making?, Working capital management in oligopolistic sales markets?, Reaction to exogenous shocks
- Christoph Martin, Head of Controlling, Accounting & Risk, thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG: Focus topics– Establish working capital organisation, implement cash-oriented management, end-to-end process excellence, ensure sustainable working capital effects
- Rainer Stäbler, COO, HSE24: Focus topics– Working capital management in a PE backed organisation, responding to changing customer behaviour, supply chain planning, receivables management
Moderation: Corinna Egerer
4:15pm | OUTLOOK
“Wake-up call – every crisis is an opportunity” – Dr. Sven Tischendorf, act AC Tischendorf
4:30pm | GET-TOGETHER
Moderation: Corinna Egerer
Corinna Egerer has been moderating conferences, lecture events, panel discussions, corporate events and award ceremonies in the field of business and politics for many years. After years in the communication and event sector of various, internationally active companies in the finance and industry sector, she now accompanies diverse companies and institutions throughout Europe for events: in moderation, in conception, in the acquisition of speakers and sponsors and also with appearance and media training for the management level.
Stephan Dellermann is a partner in the Frankfurt office of goetzpartners and an expert in operational and strategic value creation measures. With his in-depth knowledge of finance excellence, working capital management and value creation, Stephan Dellermann has advised numerous clients worldwide. He has extensive consulting experience in the automotive and industrial sectors.
Stephan Dellermann studied business administration at the University of Bamberg. He is the author of numerous scientific publications and a speaker at conferences.
Dr. Sven Tischendorf
Dr. Sven Tischendorf, MBA is managing partner of act AC Tischendorf Rechtsanwälte, which he founded in 2000 as one of the first spin-offs of a major law firm known in the market, owner of AC Tischendorf Treuhand und Investor GmbH, part of the management of the Tempton Group as well as co-owner of the supermarket chain “mein real” with the Tischendorf Family Office since 07/22. He advises and assists numerous renowned domestic and foreign companies, private equity firms, investors and entrepreneurs in special situations, structural restructurings, self-administrations, the implementation of restructuring projects (also in the position of CRO) as well as in complex M&A transactions, in particular in the distressed/insolvency-related area.
Dr. Arno Haselhorst
Dr. Arno Haselhorst founded the consulting firm Haselhorst Associates GmbH in 2004. He assists well-known companies in an advisory capacity or in a board position (CEO/CRO) in the development and subsequent operational implementation of strategies as well as comprehensive corporate reorganisations and restructurings. Previously, he held various executive board/supervisory board positions and had extensive responsibility for results and personnel as a senior project manager at Roland Berger Strategy Consultants.
Moritz Krannich has been Commercial Managing Director at GoodMills Deutschland GmbH since July 2021. He has more than 17 years of transformation and restructuring experience in various branches of the manufacturing industry, including the chemical industry, mechanical and plant engineering, luxury goods as well as the food industry, 5 years of which he spent in Asia. He gained his expertise in working capital management and the implementation of complex transformation and profit improvement programmes in a variety of projects on the consulting side (KPMG and Alvarez & Marsal), as well as in management and board functions at owner-managed businesses, international groups and holdings of financial investors.
Christoph Martin is Head of Controlling, Accounting & Risk at thyssenkrupp Steel Europe AG. In this role, he is responsible for the central controlling processes as well as sales and production controlling, accounting and risk management. After starting as a trainee in production controlling in 2007, he held various controlling and finance functions, including CFO for the downstream activities of thyssenkrupp Steel Europe. In 2019, he additionally took over as Head of Strategy, Markets & Development and was responsible for the development and implementation of Strategy 20-30 in this role.
Christoph Martin studied economics at the University of Duisburg-Essen and earned a Master of Laws (LL.M.) from the JurGrad School of Tax and Business Law at Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität.
Rainer Stäbler has been Chief Operating Officer at Home Shopping Europe GmbH (HSE24) since October 2019. He has more than 20 years of experience in the fields of omnichannel commerce, consumer goods and media. After various management positions at the media and retail companies Holtzbrinck, Berstelmann and Arcandor, Stäbler worked for the financial investors Carlyle Group and Nordic Capital as CEO of the mail order company Walz and as Managing Director at Britax-Römer Childcare.