In this Introduction to Treasury Management Certification class students will learn the role of treasury in the management of a company’s assets, the regulatory and legal environment, the functions and services of banks and financial service institutions, payment systems, money markets, capital markets, and vendor management and selection.
The terms treasury management and cash management are often used synonymously but are actually quite different. Treasury management covers all aspects involved in managing an entity's financial assets (the treasury), while cash management is a subset of treasury management that focuses primarily on the day-to-day management of the entity's cash flow and liquidity. Cash management typically includes collections, disbursements, banking, and short-term borrowing and investment. Treasury management is the broader topic that goes beyond simple cash management to deal with longer-term borrowing and investing, capital management, and operational, financial, and reputational risk. The ultimate objective of both treasury management and cash management is to maximize the enterprise's liquidity while minimizing cost and risk within the overall framework of the firm's strategic plan.
In this class the student is introduced to the role of the treasury professional and the environment he/she must work in.
This course is part of the Certified Treasury Professional © training.
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Module 1: The Role of Treasury
The Role and Organization of
Finance and Treasury Organization
Module One: Regulatory and Legal
General Regulatory Environment
Primary Regulators and Standard Setters
of Global Financial Markets
U.S. Legal and Regulatory Environment
Module Two: Banks and Financial
Financial Institutions: Functions
Module Three: Payment Systems
Payment Systems Overview
Large-Value Funds Electronic Transfers
Small-Value Transfer or Automated
ClearingHouse Systems (ACH)
Card Based Payment Systems
Module Four: Money Markets
Global Money Markets
Short-Term Money Markets in the United
Module Five: Capital Markets
Overview of Capital Markets
Debt Market A. Medium- and Long-Term
Equity (Stock) Securities
Module Six: Management and Vendor
Vendor Selection Process
Bank Compensation Practices
Assessing Service Provider Risk
From Webster, Essential of Treasury Management, 4th Edition. Copyright © 2013 by the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP).
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