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Treasury Management

Course Code: FIN.7A
Subject: Finance
Course Fee: £2850 + VAT (20%)

Dates for this course:

27 Apr 2020 to 01 May 2020 London
31 Aug 2020 to 04 Sep 2020 London

Who should attend?

~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
• Those who are new managers or managers wanting a refresher
• 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

Course Content

~Course Content

The Role and Function of Treasury Management
• Overview of the main activities of treasury management in the private sector and public sector
• Treasury management activities in the private sector
• Treasury management activities in the public sector
• Introduction to Treasury risks

Strategic Treasury Management
• How treasury has evolved since the financial crisis
• Aligning treasury strategy with organisational goals
• Treasury as strategic financial advisers to the organization
• Areas where treasury takes a leading role, including bank relationship management; short and long-term borrowing and financial risk management

Managing Treasury Risks
• Risk management frameworks and the control environment
• Market risk
• Liquidity risk
• Currency risk
• Effective internal controls and governance in the treasury function

Practical Treasury Management
• Preparing cash flow statements
• Using ratio analysis
• Raising finance - debt versus equity
• The weighted average cost of capital (WACC)

Building an Investment Portfolio
• Establishing investment criteria and objectives
• Investment strategies; passive, active, matching, outsourcing and risk-reduction
• Balanced diversification across asset classes, geographic spread, currencies etc.
• Risk appetite


LCTs understanding of different cultures really made us feel at home during the training. The catered lunches, which included halal dishes from the Middle East, were particularly enjoyable. We were also pleased to find out that LCT has a Prayer Room for delegates. I would like to thank you all so much. I will certainly recommend LCT to others.
HR Specialist
Saudi Food and Drugs Authority (SFDA)