Managing Cashflow in Your Business
Cash flow management is key to running and growing a successful business. All businesses face challenges from time to time in managing cash and optimizing their resources. Join us to uncover the differences between profit and cash generation and learn tools to increase cashflow in your business.
About the Speaker
Sean Chrysostom | Engagement Specialist, Capital One
Sean Chrysostom is the Engagement Specialist in the Mid-Atlantic region of Capital One. He has spent over 30 years in commercial banking, with an emphasis in consumer and small business lending and has been an advocate for greater financial education within social and faith-based organizations in the metro DC area. Over the course of his career, Sean has seen the powerful impact that financial literacy has in elevating individuals and families from poverty to prosperity. He is a passionate advocate for helping individuals learn how to effectively handle money, credit, debt and risk. He has worked diligently to help create empowered communities while building financial dignity within individuals. Real financial dignity allows everyone the opportunity to be self-sufficient with the fundamentals to build their own businesses, buy homes, increase credit, and make better investment decisions.
To better serve the needs of a broad array of clients, Sean has attained the following designations and certifications: Investment Adviser Representative (Series 65), AFCPE® Accredited Financial Counselor, and Credit Union National Association (CCUFC). Sean earned his Bachelor of Business Administration Degree in Finance from Howard University in 1987.
The primary focus of his experience and training is contained in these core beliefs:
- Educate clients in sound financial principles
- Assist clients in the process of overcoming their financial indebtedness
- Help clients identify and modify ineffective money management behaviors
- Guide clients in developing successful strategies for achieving their financial goals
- Support clients as they work through their financial challenges and opportunities