2018-08-15
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Global Treasury Management

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Start DateVenue1 Week2 Weeks

Request a dateLondon 2,750 4,200
Request a dateLondon 2,750 4,200

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Course Overview

In the context of today’s business world and volatile markets, be it the efficient management of money, managing the financial risks for the firm, or raising and running capital and the balance sheet, the treasurer’s function has become a critical cog in the wheel of an enterprise’ smooth functioning.

As companies re-evaluate how they manage their internal resources and external business relationships around the world for maximum efficiency, excellence within their Treasury department is critical for success. Treasury evaluates when and how a company invests its assets. Treasury is the department responsible for ensuring that a company has enough cash on hand to fund its very operations. From liquidity management to risk management, Treasury now sits at the intersection of many critical decisions.

Successful companies are the ones with the most knowledgeable and well-trained Treasury departments. Ongoing education and training in the evolving discipline of global Treasury management can help corporate Treasury practitioners lead their companies to better business decisions.

Why you cannot miss this event?

This course is intended to provide finance professionals with up-to-date knowledge of the essential elements of corporate cash and treasury management, how to implement that knowledge in order to deliver valued-added services across the company and to demonstrate their true worth to the business.

Cash and liquidity management has always been a key task in every company to ensure debtor, creditor and stock levels are managed as efficiently as possible. When the business environment is more challenging, corporates can gain a competitive advantage through optimal management of every aspect of their financial position: “During times of difficulty, treasurers demonstrate their true worth to the business”.

Who should attend?

CFOs, MD’s, Treasurer’s, Assistant Treasurer’s, Directors, Bank executives responsible for Treasury product sales, product development and marketing. All finance and Bank executives responsible for or interested in:

Treasury
Cash management and Liquidity Management
Enterprise Risk Management, Foreign Exchange and Interest Rate Risk
Working Capital Management
Sale of Treasury products to Treasuries
• Corporate Planning, Internal Audit, Internal Controls

Key benefits of attending

By the end of this course you should have learnt about:

The role of the corporate treasurer
The structure of the treasury
Cash and liquidity management
Interest rate and foreign exchange management
Cash flow forecasting
Working capital management
Managing risk in corporate treasury
Enterprise risk management
Managing Financial risk
Treasury Management
Treasury Functions and Responsibilities
Treasury Infrastructure
What Does the Treasurer Do?
Treasury Design
Importance of Operations and Control Efficiency
Putting an account structure in place
Importance of operations and control efficiency
Managing Treasury in uncertain times
Working Capital Management
Significance of working capital
Treasury’s role in working capital management
Working capital in the operating cycle
Cash conversion cycle
Accounts receivable and working capital issues
Inventory and working capital issues
Payables and working capital issues
International working capital
Other issues in international working capital
Case study/ Group Work: Moving from being a surplus organisation to a borrower
Financing Alternatives
Forms of Bank Finance
Syndicated Revolving Facilities
Advantages and Disadvantages of Bank Finance
Bond Markets
Advantages and Disadvantages of Bond Markets
The Pricing of Corporate Bonds
Medium-Term Note Programmes
Principles of Asset Securitization
Why Securitize?
Should a Company Securitize Assets?
Case study in Lease Securitization and Acquisition Finance
Financial Strength and Linkages with Liquidity
Importance of Company Financials
Key Financial Ratios
Capital Structure
Factors in the Capital Decision
Debt Capital Markets
Equity Capital Markets
Financing the Supply Chain
Case study/ Group Work: Liquidity and working capital and financing requirement 
Cash and Liquidity Management
Cash Management
Collection and Payment Instruments
Correspondent Banking
SWIFT, CHAPS, TARGET, CHIPS, ACH
Foreign Currency Accounts
International Payment Methods: Electronic and Non-Electronic
Pooling and Cash Concentration
Netting
Cash Forecasting
The Management of Cash Surpluses
Instruments for Managing Liquidity Shortages
Interest Calculations
Case study/ Group Work: Obtaining value for receipts and the annual costs savings from the introduction of a netting system
The use of Derivatives to Manage Risk
Introduction to Options
Spot Foreign Exchange
Foreign Exchange Swaps
Foreign Currency Options
Interest Rate Swaps
Interest Rate Options (IRO)
The Effective Use of Derivatives
Swaption
Zero-Coupon Rates and Forward-Forward Rates
Valuing Interest Rate Swaps
Case study: Identifying Selected Financial Risk at IDI
Enterprise Risk Management
Objectives
Categories of risk
Step by step key elements
COSO Framework
Managing the Treasury Department
Internal Controls
Centralize or Decentralize Treasury?
Bank Relations
Performance Management
Outsourcing
Case Study/ Group Work: Decision making in Treasury management and issues to consider in outsourcing.

 

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