Cash and Treasury Management

Cash and Treasury Management

Sunday 14 June 2020

  • Duration: One Week
  • City: Dubai 
  • Fees: Classroom: 4200 GBP / Online: 1900 GBP

Introduction

Cash and Treasury Management can be understood as the planning, organizing and controlling holding, funds and working capital of the enterprise in order to make the best possible use of the funds, maintain a firm’s liquidity, reduce the overall cost of funds, and mitigate operational and financial risk.

Treasury Management aims to ensure that adequate cash is available with the organization, during the outflow of funds. Further, it also contributes to optimum utilization of funds and makes sure that there are no unutilized funds kept in the firm for a very long term

This course is designed for finance, treasury and banking professionals who need to gain a deeper practical knowledge of cash and treasury management techniques. The course will assist the delegates with an in-depth understanding of complexities linked with cash and treasury management functions.

Course Objectives:

This training programme will enable the delegates to:

  • Enhance financial management skills for managing liabilities, liquidity and assets issues
  • Demonstrate the diverse types of risks linked with global organizations specifically exchange, interest, credit and commodity pricing risks and sources identification and risk management methodologies
  • Identify the responsibilities, roles, strategies and tools linked with treasury management including international procedures and best practices
  • Analyze the basic fundamentals of cash management to improve organizational cash flows and boost portfolio investment returns

Who Should Attend?

  • Financial decision-makers and managers
  • Professionals who are responsible for the execution of financial decisions
  • Professionals who are responsible for cash management and treasury functions
  • Professionals who are willing to enhance their careers in the field of finance
  • Supervisory professionals who are responsible for monitoring financial risks namely credit, liquidity, exchange rate or interest rate risks

Course Outlines:

Day 1

Corporate Treasury Today

  • The importance of cash and liquidity management
  • Trends in today’s treasury market
  • Organisation and structure of treasury in MNCs
  • Managing treasury as a global process
  • The changing role of the corporate treasurer
  • Centralising treasury functions
  • Treasury in an ERP world
  • Passive or active treasury models

Day 2

Risk Management Strategies in Treasury

  • The right treasury policy
  • Identifying exposures and strategies to manage them
  • Categories of Financial Risk
  • Understanding the instruments for hedging and risk mitigation
  • Defining an appropriate Hedging strategy
  • Transactional, Cash Flow and Balance Sheet Hedging
  • Risk models – VAR
  • Risk management frameworks and the control environment

(Market risk, Liquidity risk and Currency risk)

Day 3

Practical Treasury Management

  • Preparing cash flow statements
  • Using ratio analysis
  • Raising finance – debt versus equity
  • The weighted average cost of capital (WACC)
  • Establishing investment criteria and objectives
  • Investment strategies; passive, active, matching, outsourcing and risk-reduction
  • Balanced diversification across asset classes, geographic spread, currencies etc.
  • Risk appetite

Day 4

Capital Markets Role and Regulation

  • Functions of the capital markets, compared with money markets
  • Role of the primary market
  • Role of the secondary market
  • Aims, objectives, players and structures of market regulation
  • Types and characteristics of equity
  • Equity valuation methods
  • Fixed income (debt) instruments – government and corporate bonds
  • Valuing fixed income instruments

Day 5

Effective Financial Analysis

  • The main sources of information for financial analysis purposes
  • The main financial statements according to International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
  • Income statement ratios; common size, profit margin, return on equity etc.
  • Balance sheet ratios; quick ratios, current ratios, debt to equity and more
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