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About the course

Learn how to manage treasury activities more effectively using new approaches and technologies - global scope with special focus on the U.S. financial environment.

CURRICULUM

Day 1

MODULE 1: THE TREASURY FUNCTION

  • The importance of the treasury function
  • What an effective treasury department does
  • Evaluating the treasury function
  • Case: Where's the Cash?

MODULE 2: TREASURY STRATEGIES AND BEST PRACTICES

  • Setting an overall strategy
  • New technologies, approaches, and best practices
  • Potential problems and economies of scale

MODULE 3: TREASURY OPERATIONS

  • Cash flow management and the daily cash position
  • Treasury management information systems
  • Menu of bank services and their costs
  • Case: Streamlining Cash Flows

MODULE 4: MANAGING BANK RELATIONS

  • Managing bank relations and compensation
  • Using RFPs wisely
  • Measuring performance
  • Case: Measuring compensation performance

MODULE 5: WORKING CAPITAL INFLUENCES

  • Credit and receivables
  • Inventory, purchasing, and payables
  • Case: Managing Working Capital

MODULE 6: CASH FLOW FORECASTING

  • Short-term and long-term views
  • Managing information vs. predicting flows
  • Approaches and techniques
  • Case: Evaluating cash forecasts

MODULE 7: OVERVIEW OF LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT

  • Resources
  • Driving forces
  • Treasury's role
  • Case: Establishing liquidity reserves

Day 2

MODULE 1: MANAGING SHORT-TERM INVESTMENT

  • Short-term instruments and markets
  • Short-term strategies
  • Measuring investment performance
  • Case: What do short-term investors choose?
  • Back to Top

MODULE 2: MANAGING SHORT-TERM BORROWING

  • Short-term instruments and markets
  • Managing bank relations
  • Short-term strategies
  • Measuring borrowing performance
  • Case: What do borrowers select?
  • Back to Top

MODULE 3: MANAGING FINANCIAL AND FX RISK

  • Instruments and strategies
  • Using risk instruments
  • Monitoring use of derivatives with server risk potential
  • Back to Top

MODULE 4: WORKING CAPITAL INFLUENCES (PART 1)

  • Managing trade credit
  • Managing accounts receivable
  • Financial impact of inventory control systems
  • Case: Managing Working Capital
  • Back to Top

MODULE 5: WORKING CAPITAL INFLUENCES (PART 2)

  • Financial effects of purchasing
  • Managing accounts payable
  • Outsourcing
  • Back to Top

MODULE 6: GLOBAL TREASURY

  • Differences vs. U.S.
  • Specialized global treasury techniques and services
  • New services and developments in global Treasury Information Services
  • Back to Top

MODULE 7: DESK READY SKILLS KNOWLEDGE CHECK

** WHAT YOU'LL LEARN**

  • Develop an action plan and utilize better practices in treasury management strategy
  • Develop an action plan for evaluating and improving their treasury operations
  • Apply general principles to their specific situations through interactions with the course leader and other participants
  • Understand best practices in treasury management
  • Negotiate better terms and pricing with their financial service providers
  • Improve their cash flow forecasting systems and techniques

Who should attend

Treasury managers of all levels

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