Effective Liquidity Management Techniques

EuroFinance

EuroFinance

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Who should attend

It is suitable for new entrants to Treasury (at junior or senior levels), to those who may be intending to revisit existing liquidity structures and want to be reminded of their options and to FI and providers who need to understand their clients’ perspective.

About the course

Learn the core techniques of cash concentration to combine them into effective domestic and international account structures. Timezone: 09:00 BST/12:00 GST/ 16:00 SGT In times of crisis, liquidity comes to the fore. Whilst many corporations have invested in their liquidity structures over the past years, few imagined that they would be tested in such a rigorous fashion, by the virtual shutdown of the world’s major economies due to the Covid-19 pandemic. As economies start to emerge from the lockdown phase, now is the time to review our liquidity structures to see where they should be modified or improved. This course is designed as an introduction to the core techniques of cash concentration and how they may be combined into effective domestic and international account structures.

Learning objectives:

On completing this course you will:

  • Discover the available techniques for concentrating funds in a single currency within a single bank
  • Appreciate the limitations on multi-bank concentration techniques
  • Understand how the banks have approached cross-currency pooling
  • Have an insight into the multiple variations on account structures that contribute to efficient liquidity management

Additional benefits

  • Simply dial-in to the sessions from your desk
  • Email access to your tutor between sessions
  • Limited class size – guaranteed tutor access
  • Homework assignments and/or group exercises with tutor feedback

Agenda

Day 1

Concentration and pooling in one currency Start time: 9:00 am End time: 11:00 am

** Introduction:**

  • The governing objective
  • Defining the problem
  • The need for cash concentration services
  • The need for a future view; cash flow forecasting

Setting the baseline; establishing the opening position

  • Reporting needs
  • Reporting opportunities
  • Reporting technology

Foundational approaches – physical concentration and notional pooling

  • Tax and regulatory issues
  • Documentation
  • Interest and how it is allocated
  • Cross-border rules and impact in cash concentration
  • Bank capabilities
  • Multi-bank concentration
  • Money market investment

Day 2

Concentration and pooling in one currency Start time: 9:00 am End time: 11:00 am

** Introduction:**

  • The governing objective
  • Defining the problem
  • The need for cash concentration services
  • The need for a future view; cash flow forecasting

Setting the baseline; establishing the opening position

  • Reporting needs
  • Reporting opportunities
  • Reporting technology

Foundational approaches – physical concentration and notional pooling

  • Tax and regulatory issues
  • Documentation
  • Interest and how it is allocated
  • Cross-border rules and impact in cash concentration
  • Bank capabilities
  • Multi-bank concentration
  • Money market investment

Effective Liquidity Management Techniques at EuroFinance

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