Treasury Management

Pretoria
2 juillet to 13 juillet
Overview: 

Corporate Finance and Treasury Management has ever been involving, this transition in today’s financial markets, technological development, regulatory requirements and internal changes present complex challenges to corporate treasury functions. A keen financial mind and an understanding of an organizations’ day-to-day business demands are key to the role of a corporate treasurer.

In this workshop, ATI will take the delegates through corporate treasurer’s journey, to play an important role in improving or maintaining the financial health and success of businesses. The function is responsible for determining financial strategy and policy; advising on what businesses to invest in; arranging appropriate funding and managing financial risks in any organization.

Target Audience: 

The course is designed for Accountants, Treasury Managers, Project Managers, Financial Chief Information Officers, Chief Financial Officers (CFO) Bankers, Entrepreneurs, and those who wish to refresh or expand their knowledge of Treasury Management

Course Outcomes: 

Upon completing this workshop, the delegates should be able to:

 

  • Perform the Governance functions and implement the framework behind the Treasury function and key strategies to manage financial risk
  • Identify and develop key strategies for treasury management and alternatives for financing  an organisation
  •  Understand the application and valuation of financial instruments, and provide functions, and interfaces to other organisational units or tasks in the treasurer’s role
  • Managing daily cash balances and trading in the financial markets and ensuring that a company's cash flow is adequate to allow it to operate effectively;
  • Forecasting cash payments and anticipating challenges arising from limited cash flow and making decisions on company finances
  • Progress specific financial projects, such as acquisition of another business and evaluating the financial impact of new business ventures;
  • Negotiate loan or overdraft terms with company bankers and creating solutions to new financial challenges by applying financial or treasury knowledge;
  • Liaising with other departments, such as tax and accountancy, on a range of issues, bankers and investors and maintaining positive working relationships;