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  • Advanced Treasury Management

    Course Objectives

    • Understand the role of cash and treasury management in corporate finance
    • Manage credit and accounts receivable
    • Determine and use the collections systems
    • Determine and use the cash concentration  systems
    • Manage accounts payable and disbursements
    • Be familiar with electronic commerce
    •  Forecast cash flows
    • Understand how companies typically determines short-term investment policies
    • Understand the principal features of borrowing alternatives
    • Understand the basic difference between hedging and speculating
    • Develop appropriate interest rate hedging strategies
    • Be familiar with the international

    Who Can Benefit?

    • Every person who deals with finance and treasury accountants, financial consultants, treasurers, cash managers, financial directors, staff members of the financial department, controllers.

    Course Outline

    •  The Role of Cash and Treasury Management in Corporate Finance
      • The objectives of cash management
      • How cash management supports major corporate financial objectives
      • The major functions of cash management within the treasury function
      • The place of cash management in the corporate financial function
      • The historical evolution of cash management in the United States
      • Financial Accounting and Relating Concepts
    • Credit and Accounts Receivable Management
    • The objectives of credit and accounts receivable management
    • How credit and account receivable management fit into corporate finance and treasury operations
    • How companies develop credit policies
    • How companies calculate the costs and benefits of credit policies
    • The forms of credit extension
    • Collections
    • The objectives of a corporate collection system
    • The components of collection float
    • The differences among over-the-counter, mail and electronic collection methods and how to choose the appropriate system
    • The three different types of lockboxes and issues involved with lockbox selection
    • Cash Concentration
    • The objectives of a cash concentration system
    • Factors impacting cash concentration system configuration
    • The advantages and disadvantages of funds transfer mechanisms used in cash concentration systems
    • Accounts Payable and Disbursements
    • The objectives of accounts payable and disbursement systems
    • The components of disbursement float
    • Disbursement products and their applications
    • The accounts payable function
    • Check reconciliation and supporting services
    • Technological developments in accounts   payable
    • Electronic Commerce
    • The basics of electronic commerce (EC)
    • The evolution of e-commerce as well as the cost, benefits and barriers to implementation
    • How e-commerce standards are used
    • The key terms and languages used for e-commerce on the Internet
    • Information Management and Technology
    • Forecasting Cash Flows
    • The objectives of cash forecasting
    • The steps in the forecasting process
    • The distinction between short, medium and long-term forecasting
    • The primary forecasting methods
    • Investing
    • Why companies hold short-term investments
    • How companies assign authority and responsibility for short-term investments
    • How companies typically determines short-term investment policies
    • Factors influencing short-term yields
    • The most frequently issued short-term government, agency, municipal, bank and corporate short-term investment instruments
    •   Borrowing
    • The objectives of short-term borrowing
    • The principal features of borrowing alternatives
    • The common provisions of loan agreements
    • Learn how to calculate the following:
    •  Effective annual borrowing rate for lines of credit
    • Effective annual borrowing rate for commercial paper
    • Financial Risk Management
    • Basic difference between hedging and speculating
    • Types of hedging strategies using futures, options, swaps, and products such as interest rate ceiling, floor, and collars
    • Develop appropriate interest rate hedging strategies
    •  International Treasury Management
    • The importance of international cash management
    • The objectives of international treasury management
    • The basics of foreign exchange rates and markets
    • The difference between various countries' payment and banking systems
    • How cross-border payments and wire transfers are made


    Code Courses Title Date Venue Price Request
    AC12 Advanced Treasury Management
    06 Jun to 10 Jun 2020 Sharm El-Sheikh contact us
    06 Sep to 10 Sep 2020 cairo contact us
    01 Nov to 05 Nov 2020 Istanbul contact us
    06 Sep to 10 Sep 2020 Dubai contact us

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