How can businesses manage their cash flow during the pandemic, when business is down and payments might be slow in coming? What do you do if your business is having trouble sustaining cash flow during this massive COVID-19 slowdown?

Cash is king; learn best practices for navigating through this difficult period.


James Drybanski, CFA, Partner, Plante Moran

Specializing in business valuation, James Drybanski helps clients achieve the most accurate and favorable valuation and complete the optimal deal for each specific situation. His clients include food and beverage companies, primarily in brewing and the health food space, residential and civil construction, engineering and architecture firms, and various niche industries. Expertise includes facilitating shareholder buy-ins and buy-outs, estate and gift tax planning, and fair value reporting.

Tyrone Gant, Senior VP / Dir, Treasury Mgmt, Vectra Bank

With nearly 30 years in the financial services industry, Tyrone Gant is keenly focused on helping middle-market commercial clients meet their financial objectives. As Senior Vice President and Director of Treasury Management, Tyrone leads a team of treasury professionals that partner with businesses to manage liquidity and cash flow cycles. His specializations include strategic planning, business process improvements, business transition planning, and complex treasury management.

Rory Jaret, VP, A/R Relationship Manager, Vectra Bank

As a VP on the Corporate Strategic Finance team at Vectra Bank, Rory Jaret is in a unique position to help clients during difficult financial times. Using skills and tools such as Accumulated Benefit Obligation and factoring, Rory is able to help provide customers with capital that most banks would not ordinarily be able to do. Rory holds a Bachelor’s degree from Colorado State University in Finance and Economics. He has been in the financial industry for 13 years, with the past two being at Vectra Bank.

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