"high level of knowledge and ability to explain on various levels."
"The trainer's experience in the practical world made it easy for me to relate it to my work.He puts examples into context that made it easy to understand."
Including: Treasury risk management at Nokia & Apple; StoraEnso’s interest rate risk management strategies; Examining a hedge from the perspectives of ALM, the market maker and the regulators
Measuring fixed and floating rate risk; 5yr fixed rate bond vs 5yr FRN; Analysing exposure types; Using currency derivatives to manage corporate exposure; Interest rate risk management strategy of P&G
Each participant will create a week, month and three-month treasury risk management plan for translating the training into action.
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Designed with practitioners in mind, the course looks at the spectrum of treasury products and will teach you how to utilise them in a trading, hedging and risk management context. You will:
Learn how treasuries function in banks and corporation; Gain an insight into managing currency and interest rate risk; Discover how to create successful treasury policies; Understand how to identify risks and how to hedge them; Explore the relationship between trading and hedging; Develop a knowledge of the currency risk management strategies of major corporations and how to profit from them; Gather more information about attitudes to risk and its management
The course includes a large array of treasury management exercises and case studies based on well-known multinationals. It aims to augment your ability to discuss treasury risks with clients, customers, prospects and your colleagues within your division of your firm. The course encourages dialogue among the participants, as well as with the trainer. Participants who enroll on this programme will have the opportunity to practice treasury management during each of the five days of the course. When you leave your will have a short, medium and long-term plan for developing their treasury management expertise in your own firms.