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College of Lake County- Grayslake Campus

19351 W. Washington St.

Room E119 (E Building)

Grayslake, IL 60030

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Understanding how to manage cash flow, and the tools available to small business owners is vital to properly plan for growth. Some of the most important tools include managing receivables, payables and liquidity. Loan options, accounting options and developing cash flow projections are also critical to success. This workshop includes case studies and tips for avoiding pitfalls that could put your business in difficult cash flow situations.

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  • Understanding revenue trends and planning for growth

  • Avoiding a “cash crunch”

  • Understanding options for proper cash flow management




Presented by: Angela Christacos and Alan Lane-Murcia

Angela Christacos is Vice President and Business Banker at First American Bank. She has over 25 years’ experience in Financial Services with 14 years in Banking. Primary industries of focus include manufacturing, wholesale, distribution, medical/dental and not for profit. Angela has a Bachelor’s degree in Finance from DePaul University. She helps her business clients not only with their lending needs, but also with Treasury Services with emphases in Online Banking, Fraud Mitigation, Merchant Services, Lock Box, ACH and International Trade Services.

Alan Lane-Murcia is Vice President and SBA Program Manager at First American Bank. He has been an SBA lender since 2000 and has been involved in every aspect of the loan process. Alan holds an MBA in Economic Development from Eastern University and a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from Wake Forest University. He is a member of NAGGL (National Association of Government Guaranteed Lenders) and serves on its Small Bank Committee.

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Grayslake, IL 60030

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