The Course

The course includes a large array of treasury management exercises and case studies based on well known multinationals in five sectors: technology; pulp and paper; airlines, consumer goods and finance. Participants will therefore learn the dynamic practice of treasury management as well as the generally held ideas and beliefs which support this practice.

Some of the Learning Outcomes

Communicate with confidence

This course aims to augment your ability to discuss treasury risks with clients, customers, prospects and your colleagues within your division of your firm. It reflects the need for bankers to develop a detailed knowledge of customers and the sector in which they operate and for corporate and other institutional hedgers to understand bankers and the hedging solutions they offer. The course encourages a dialogue among the participants, as well as with the trainer, which allows bankers and their customers to explore the customers’ needs, before determining how best to cover these needs and the role banks play in this.

Trainers Portfolio

ALAN MCDOUGALLPartner, Capital Markets Analysis Research and Training

Alan helps banks and their clients to manage risk. He has designed and delivered over 1600 highly interactive training days in more than 40 countries for the International Faculty of Finance, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, JP Morgan, HSBC, Deutsche Bank, Rabobank, BNP Paribas, Societe Generale, UBS, Credit Suisse, Barclays, The Bank of England, The Financial Times, The London Stock Exchange, The United Nations and many others.

He advised banks and multinational corporations on the design and execution of their hedging, asset-liability and risk management strategies at HSBC’s International Treasury Management Group, where he also ran a currency swaps book. He traded a proprietary fixed-income book at Scotia Capital Markets and ran training courses for the traders and the salespeople.

The International Foreign Exchange Dealers Association (ACI) commissioned him to write ‘Mastering Swaps Markets’, published by the Financial Times and the University of Shanghai. He has an MSc in International Banking and Finance, plays the clarinet in one of London’s orchestras, and is a keen golfer, with a handicap of 6. Alan is an advisor to the fintech, edtech, social media company INVSTR.

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Benefits of In-house Trainings

Who should attend?

Those who have a direct input into the treasury function in their organisation or have some responsibility for finance and financial strategy. They will be from all sectors, including private, public and not-for-profit including:

• Cash Managers
• Accountants
• Accounts Payables / Receivables Staff
• Trade Finance Analysts
• Treasury Analysts / Managers
• Commercial Analysts / Managers
• Supply Chain Analysts / Managers
• Wholesale Banking Staff
• Global Relationship Banking
• Finance/Treasury Consultants

• Treasury and Banking Software Developers
• Managers new to Treasury
• Managers who need to refresh and deepen their knowledge
• Operations managers who want to know more about treasury activities
• Managers who want to increase their strategic capability
• Managers who are about to be promoted into positions which require treasury literacy
• Managers facing financial investment decisions or expect to make a contribution to a wider
planning process.
• Internal auditors, accountants who need to show CPD

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