Certificate in Treasury Management Training Course in Paris

BMC Training provides Certificate in Treasury Management Course in Paris.There are 5 sessions for the course Certificate in Treasury Management in Paris , France.

Certificate in Treasury Management Training in Paris , France

Course Code : FBA141 - Course Address : Hotel Alfred Sommier-20 Rue de l'Arcade, 75008 Paris - Course Fees : 6100 GBP

City Start Date End Date View
Paris , France 3 - 12 - 2023 7 - 12 - 2023
Paris , France 7 - 1 - 2024 11 - 1 - 2024
Paris , France 4 - 2 - 2024 8 - 2 - 2024
Paris , France 24 - 3 - 2024 28 - 3 - 2024
Paris , France 21 - 4 - 2024 25 - 4 - 2024
Course Description

Program Objectives:

By the end of the program, participants will be able to:

  • Advance their knowledge of corporate treasury management and the treasury function.
  • Obtain up-to-date practices covering Asset Liability Management and cash management techniques.
  • Develop a practical understanding of financial markets and their products.
  • Correctly recognize and measure financial instruments under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).
  • Improve their understanding of fair value measurement and its effect on financial instruments’ presentation.
  • Leverage their understanding of hedging and speculation, and understand the different hedging techniques applied by the treasury function

The Contents:

Treasury Function

  • Definition and Responsibilities of Treasury Function
  • Treasury Professionals’ Role
  • Risks Surrounding the Treasury Function:
  • Credit and Interest Rate Risk
  • Liquidity Risk and Exchange Rate Risk

Cash and Liquidity Management

  • Asset and Liability Management versus Treasury Management
  • Understanding the Cash Cycle
  • Reasons for Holding Cash: Transaction, Precautionary and Speculative
  • The Optimum Cash Balance
  • Baumol’s Model
  • Miller-Orr Model
  • Cash Management Techniques
  • Managing and Accelerating Collections
  • Managing and Decelerating Disbursements
  • Ratio Analysis for Decision Making
  • Accounts Receivable Turnover
  • Inventory Turnover
  • Accounts Payable Turnover
  • Cash Conversion Cycle

Corporate Finance Theory

  • Basic Principles in Corporate Finance
  • The Value of Money
  • Steps in Investment Management Process
  • Holding Period Return Calculation for Fixed Income Securities
  • Risk and Return Concepts
  • Calculating Mean of Returns
  • Variance and Standard Deviation for an Individual Security
  • Covariance and Correlation of Returns for Two Securities
  • Interpreting Correlation of Returns
  • Variance and Standard Deviation for a Portfolio of Two or More Securities
  • Covariance and Correlation of Returns for a Portfolio of Securities
  • Normalizing Risks and Returns    
  • Coefficient of Variation

Fixed Income Securities and Bonds’  Valuations

  • The Money Market and Instruments
  • The Debt Market
  • Bonds and Sukuk
  • Other Fixed Income Securities
  • Risks Associated with the Debt Market
  • Credit Risk
  • Prepayment Risk and Interest Rate Risk
  • Bonds’ Valuation Techniques
  • Price and Maturity Relations
  • Yield Calculations

Stock Market and Equity Valuations

  • The Equity Instruments: IPOs, Seasoned Offerings and Private Equities
  • Holding Period Returns for Equity Securities
  • Equity Valuation Techniques
  • Discounted Cash Flow Model
  • Multiplier Model

Accounting for Financial Instruments

  • Classification of Instruments 
  • Held-To-Maturity Debt Securities (HTM) 
  • Trading Securities (TS)
  • Available-For-Sale Securities (AFS) 
  • Fair Value Through Profit and Loss Option (FVTPL) 
  • Initial and Subsequent Measurement 
  • Transfer between Categories 
  • De-Recognition of Financial Instruments

Briefing on Derivatives Markets, Hedging and Speculation

  • Definition of Derivatives: Forwards, Futures, Options and Swaps
  • Difference Between Hedging and Speculation
  • General Internal Hedging Strategies
  • Investing in the Home Currency
  • Creating a Natural Hedge
  • Currency Diversification
  • Mark-Ups
  • Counter-Trades and Currency Offsets
Where will the course be held?

The course will be held in Champs Elysees. The exact address and directions will be provided to all enrolled participants prior to the start of the course.

What topics will be covered in the course?

The course will cover a range of topics related to the subject matter, including but not limited to the topics of outlines. By the end of the course, you'll have a solid understanding of the key concepts and techniques in the field, and be able to apply them to real-world situations. Detailed course outlines and learning objectives will be provided to all enrolled students prior to the start of the course.

What is the schedule for the course?

The course is expected to run for 3 hours daily. The exact schedule and timing will be confirmed and communicated to all enrolled students via email at least 2 days prior to the course start date.

What do I need to bring to the course?

All you need to bring is yourself, a notepad or laptop for taking notes, and a willingness to learn! We'll provide pens, paper, and any required textbooks or handouts.

What is the instructor's background and experience?

Our instructors are seasoned industry professionals with over 10 years of experience in the field. They hold a master's degree in the subject matter and have a proven track record of success working with trainees of all levels. You'll have plenty of opportunities to ask questions and get feedback throughout the course.

What are the T&C for this course?

Please visit our Terms and Conditions page

What kind of certificate will I receive upon completion of the course?

Upon completion of the course, you will receive an attendance certificate indicating that you have completed the course. This certificate is not accredited or recognised by any particular institution or organisation, but it can be used to demonstrate your commitment to continuing education and professional development.