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Treasury Management Academy
This course is designed for professionals in the Treasury department of a bank or a corporate along with Accountants, Risk Managers, Operations Staff and other financial professionals. It will give these participants the best practice tools and approaches for Treasury management. The program will use lectures, real life case studies, computer simulations and workshops to give attendees the latest and most practical tools and techniques which they can apply in their organization to increase the effectiveness, efficiency and profitability.
By the end of the program, participants will be able to:
- Identify the Activities of the Treasury Department
- Understand how the Treasury function funds the institution through money market and fixed income instruments
- Use the yield curve to price interest rate products in both the short and long term
- Structure and use the latest derivative products in interest rate, foreign exchange, commodity and credit derivatives
- Structure and use the latest Islamic Finance and Islamic Derivative Product for Sharia compliant transactions
- Acquire a thorough understanding of the Global Financial System and its regulations
- Identify the best practice in following the latest Basel 3 and CRD IV regulations
- Identify the best practices in managing Liquidity and Market Risk in Treasury
Understanding the Activities of Wholesale Banking, ALM and Treasury
- The activities of wholesale banking
- Assets and liabilities of a bank
- Funding, Liquidity and Market Risk in a bank
- Treasury role in managing funding, liquidity and market risks of the bank
- The activities of the Treasury Department in Asset Liability Management
- Managing risk: BOD business strategy and Risk Appetite Policy
- Asset Liability Committee activities and Treasury
Funding the Bank Short Term: The Money Market
- Funding the Bank short term: Deposits (retail, corporate and whole sale) and Money Markets
- The interbank and other over the counter funding market
- Interbank money market products: Libor, Euribor, local inter-bank, Repo, reverse repo etc..
- Other Money Market products: Commercial Paper, Certificate of Deposit, Commercial Bills,
- History, conventions and developments of money market products
- Interest Rate quotations and conventions for money market products
- Discount Rate
- Money Market yield
- Bond Equivalent yield
- Use of financial calculators and calculating money market yields
Day 2The Yield Curve - Understanding the bank’s funding cost and return on assets
- Interest rate risk and the yield curve
- The benchmark rate: The credit risk free benchmark yield curve
- Liquid government bonds: Treasuries, JCB, Gilts, Bunds
- Inflation expectation
- Liquidity premium
- Credit Spread and the pricing of debt
- Credit Spread on yield curves
- Government bonds
- Libor and Euribor banks: Ratings and credit spread over time
- Credit spreads for loans
- Using to price funding cost and asset returns of current assets and liabilities
- Understanding the zero coupon and forward rate and their use in market risk management
- Bootstrapping and Calculating the zero coupon rate
- Calculating the forward rate
- Exercise on the yield curve
- Introduction to the Bond Markets and long term funding
- Different Bond Products:
- US Bond, 144A and Traditional Private Placement
- Regulation S and Eurobonds
- Global Bonds
- Local Market Bonds
- Bond structures
- Securitisation structures
- Convention, Liquidity and Pricing
- Duration and Bond Pricing/Trading
- What is duration?
- Modified Duration and its impact on bond price
- Calculation of Duration and Price movement
- Convexity and Bond Pricing/Trading
- Bond Issuance Process
Day 3Interest Rate Derivatives and Managing Market Risk
- Introduction to market risk and derivative products
- Forward Rate Agreement
- Product Structure, Pricing, Settlement Calculation
- Exercise: FRA calculations
- Uses of FRA in managing interest rate risk
- OTC and exchange traded products
- Market and pricing conventions
- Size issues, Settlement dates, Pricing calculations
- Dealing with the exchange: initial margin, margin call etc..
- Exchange Traded Products
- Interest Rate Futures:
- Product, Quotation and Pricing, Margin, Cash Settlement
- Money Market Interest Change on Futures Pricing
- Bond Futures:
- Product, Structure, Pricing, Cash or Delivery Settlement,
- Duration/Convexity and cheapest to deliver
- Interest Rate change and futures pricing change
- Uses of Interest rate and Bond Futures in Treasury
Day 4Interest Rate Derivatives and Managing Market Risk (continue)
- Interest Rate Swaps
- Introduction to IRS
- IRS structure, terminology, cash flow, convention and pricing (outright or T+)
- Pricing of IRS and Bloomberg IRSB screen
- Uses of IRS in funding, bond structuring, bond hedging
- ALM: IRS and managing the bank’s IRRBB market risk
- Mark to market of an IRS
- Duration and price sensitivity of IRS
- IRS structures: Forward start, amortizing, asset swaps
- Interest rate options: Caps, Floors and Swaptions
- Introduction to caps and floors: market conventions, pricing convention
- Options pricing issues: Delta, Gamma, Theta, Vega, Rho
- Uses of caps and floors in Treasury
- Introductions to Swaptions: Payer/Receiver, pricing convention
- Pricing and uses of swaptions
- Using Interest Rate Options to manage the bank’s market risk
Day 5Foreign Exchange
- Introduction to the Foreign Exchange Market
- Market conventions and quoting conventions
- Using the Bloomberg FX screens and quotation of spot rates
- Calculation and quotations of forward FX rates
- Using Bloomberg FX forward screens
- Non-deliverable forwards (NDF) and their use
- Application of spot and forward products
- Structuring and Using FX swaps
- Foreign Exchange Options
- Puts and Calls
- Conventions and pricing of calls and puts
- Option pricing models: Delta, Vega, Gamma, Theta, Rho
- Participating Forwards structuring
- Exotic Options: Average rate, path dependent, knock out/in, no upfront fee, lookback
- Uses of FX options
- Introduction to the commodity market
- The Commodity Price curves: Cotango and backwardisation
- Seasonality, Delivery and Pricing
- OTC and Exchange traded commodity derivative products
- Commodity Futures
- Commodity Swaps
- Options on commodities
- Uses of commodity derivatives to hedge market risk
- Understanding credit risk
- Constructing the credit yield curve
- Credit default swap:
- Underlying: Reference Name/portfolio, first to defaults
- Set payout or put structure
- Cash flows of a CDS
- Cash flows of a TRS
- Payments of a TRS
- Uses of Credit Derivatives in hedging credit risk of the bank
Day 6Islamic Finance and Islamic Derivatives in Treasury
- Introduction to Islamic Finance
- Islamic Finance issues: Riba, masir, gharar, jahl and riswah
- Key Product Types: Murahaba, Wa’ad, Arbun etc...
- Money Market in Islamic Finance
- Using Murahaba commodity finance structures for interbank lending and borrowing
- Primary and secondary murahaba structures
- Restriction on commodities
- LME Pallladium and Aluminum contracts
- Foreign exchange hedging and swaps in Islamic Finance
- Spot transactions
- Hedging forward contracts with murahaba structures
- Non-deliverable forards
- Funding and investment swaps in Islamic context
- Marketing strategies and Sharia compliance
- Funding, Investment, hedging and speculation
- IRS in Islamic Finance: Profit Rate Swap:
- Murabaha structure: Primary and SRMC (Secondary reverse murabaha structures)
- Structuring of Profit rate swap
- Documentation for Profit Rate swap
- ISDA/IIFM Master Agreement
- Sharia Compliant Profit Rate swap marketing
- Cross currency swap in Islamic Finance:
- Structuring: Back to back multi-currency murabaha
- Cash flow of Islamic cross-currency swap
- ISDA/IIFM Master agreement
- Uses in a Sharia context
- Options in an Islamic context
- Arbun and Wa’ad structures and options
- Structuring Islamic options
- Strcuturing a Wa’ad interest rate option on a murabaha
- Structuring an Arbun currency option
Global Financial System and Regulations
- Role of the Central Bank
- Overall responsibilities of central banks in the internal and domestic financial system
- Monetary Policy and Liquidity Management
- Monetary foreign exchange and inflation targets
- Open market operations
- Repurchase agreements
- Lender of last resort
- Systematic risk and banking supervision
- Identifying and forecasting potential systematic risk
- Regulations to reduce systematic risk
- Restriction on mortgage lending
- Restriction on high risk lending
- Regulations and supervision of banks
- Risk management
- Capital and liquidity
- Basel 1 and 2
- Pillar 1/2/3
- Capital requirements for ORM, MRM and CRM
- ICAAP and ILAAP analysis
- Crisis of 2007/2008
- De La Roisiere report for the ECB on causes of the crisis
- Liquidity, capital and good governance issues
- Lack of adequate and coordinated supervision
- New Basel 3 and CRD IV regulations
- SSM: Single Supervision entity
- More capital: CET1 regulations, leverage ratios, etc...
- More liquidity: LCR, NSFR
Day 8ALM for Banks
- ALM and Managing Liquidity and Market Risk in Treasury
- What are the ALM risks?
- ALM market risk /liquidity risk
- ALM and making money
- ALM and business strategy of the bank
- Identify and Quantify Market Risk in ALM
- Earnings at Risk
- Bucketing repricing amount
- Calculate repricing gap
- New BIS 3 regulations on IRRBB bucketing: NMB, prepayment risk
- Net interest income
- Types of interest rate risk
- Yield curve
- Duration and Convexity
- EVE analysis in ALM market risk
- Mark-to-market and portfolio valuation
- BOD ALM reporting:
- Market Risk Gap analysis, EAR report
- Long Term EVE analysis
- Business Strategy and ALM Market Risk forecast
- Impact of economic and interest rate change on bank balance sheet
- Managing ALM Market Risk
- Limit system
- Limit reporting and sanctions
- Tools to Manage ALM Market Risk
- Match Funding
- Derivatives: Interest Rate Swaps and Cross- Currency swaps
- ALM and Managing Liquidity Risk
- Liquidity Products: Overnight, Libor, repo, etc..
- Diversification and concentration
- ALM ranking of liquidity
- Stability and sustainability of funding sources
- Measurement metrics and monitoring for liquidity risk management
- Key metrics: Cash forecast, roll-off forecast, liquidity forecast
- Scenario and back testing
- Managing liquidity risk with Limits and FTP
- Types and use and Sanctions
- Moody’s Best Practice in Fund Transfer Pricing
- Liquidity Premium Uses
- Setting policy
- Liquidity asset buffer
- Choosing appropriate assets and business strategy
- Managing the asset portfolio
Corporate Treasury in Practice – A Day in the Life of a Corporate Treasurer Course Co-presenter: Morris Grossfeld
Case Study on Corporate Borrowing:
Delegates work in teams to construct a corporate borrowing plan, choosing among
possibilities in the capital, bank, and private placement markets. They will thoroughly
examine conflicts between cost and security of borrowings, as well as consider balance sheet management and foreign exchange exposure. Delegates will get an intensive insight into the choices and the dilemmas facing corporate treasurers as they balance up the pro's and con's of different strategies available to corporate borrowers in formulating optimum
Case Study on Managing Bank and Credit Agency Relationships
Delegates work through a real life case study of a multinational corporate going through
cyclical financial difficulty and needing to maintain its bank credit lines and public debt credit ratings. Delegates will learn the advantages of proactive bank and credit agency
relationship management and staying “ahead of the curve” so that there are no surprises or panics in getting through a business down-swing.
Case Study on Cash Management
Delegates learn about alternative methods of corporate cash management and the
advantages and disadvantages of centralised versus decentralised cash management
Case Study on Trade Finance
Delegates study a challenging trade finance opportunity and the various alternatives to raise trade credit and to mitigate credit and political risk in the import and export of goods and
Case Study on Interest Rate Risk and the Use of Derivatives:
Delegates work in teams to recommend a corporate strategy for managing a company's
interest rate and foreign exchange exposures. Delegates will need to consider a myriad of hedging possibilities and conflicting priorities in order to test and develop their own
understanding of the differences between speculation and hedging for a typical corporation, and the challenges of agreeing an optimal hedging strategy.
Day 10Trading Simulation – Course Co-presenter: Brian Wilkisnon
This day is devoted to a series of increasingly complex trading sessions using Oxyor’s Trading Simulation Programme. Most of the day will be spent working in small groups as market makers in an active and stimulating trading environment. Delegates will be rotated through a series of specialist trading desks in the major product areas covered by the programme.
We will build on the technical knowledge gained whilst also allowing for the development of new skills and trading strategies.
The sessions are designed to highlight mar-ket making and position management capabilities that reinforce the learning in both a practical and competitive environment. Participant’s knowledge and experience will be enhanced improving both confidence and competence.
By the end of this session the participants will be able to:
- Interpret price quotations on money market and foreign exchange instruments
- Manage the risks in trading forward FX and capitalise on arbitrage opportunities by us-ing spot FX and the underlying money market instruments
- Identify the main risks associated with trading option positions and manage those risks effectively in a dynamic market
Do you have five or more people interested in attending this course? Do you want to tailor it to meet your company’s exact requirements? If you’d like to do either of these, we can bring this course to your company’s office. You could even save up to 50% on the cost of sending delegates to a public course.
Our Tailored Learning Offering
If you want to run this course at a location convenient to you or if you want a completely customised learning solution, we can help.
We produce learning solutions that are completely unique to your business. We’ll guide you through the whole process, from the initial consultancy to evaluating the success of the full learning experience. Our learning specialists ensure you get the maximum return on your training investment.
We have a combined experience of over 60 years providing learning solutions to the world’s major organisations and are privileged to have contributed to their success. We view our clients as partners and focus on understanding the needs of each organisation we work with to tailor learning solutions to specific requirements.
We are proud of our record of customer satisfaction. Here is why you should choose us to help you achieve your goals and accelerate your career:
- Quality – our clients consistently rate our performance ‘excellent’ or ‘outstanding’. Our average overall score awarded to us by our clients is nine out of ten.
- Track record – we have delivered training solutions for 95% of worlds’ top 100 banks and have trained over 250,000 professionals.
- Knowledge – our 150 strong team of industry specialist trainers are world leading financial leaders and commentators, ensuring our knowledge base is second to none.
- Reliability – if we promise it, we deliver it. We have delivered over 20,000 events both in person and online, using simultaneous translation to delegates from over 180 countries.
- Recognition – we are accredited by the British Accreditation Council and the CPD Certification Service. In an independent review by Feefo we scored 96% on service and 95% on product
BiographyThierry is a highly experienced trainer and consultant in Treasury Management. Since 1997 he has worked as a consultant and trainer with the Top Three Investment Banks in the World (Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, BofA Mer-rill Lynch), most of the largest 20 Banks in the World (Citi, J.P. Morgan Chase, Stanchart, BBVA, ABN AMRO , Commerzbank etc...) , all Top 4 Audit/Tax Accounting Firms, commodity trading company and other prestigious financial institutions. Recently, he has worked with Central Banks (such as Bank Indonesia) in the area of trading room risk management, regulation, supervision and Basel 2/3 implementation and with emerging market banks in Mexico, Brazil, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and Thailand in corporate transformation and risk management. His banking experience includes developing and managing the Capital Markets and Derivatives businesses for Wachovia Banks, America’s fourth largest bank at the time. He also led the development of the risk management operations and infrastructure for the trading room. His banking experience also includes working in corporate finance/investment banking, especially concerning M&A for financial institutions, and asset management at Brown Brother Harriman in New York. He has also worked as a management consultant at McKinsey & Company in strategic consulting and organizational changes for banks. He has also worked in the Corporate Finance/Treasury Consulting Practice at KPMG in New York where trading, risk management, auditing and compliance where high priority. He was a Joseph Lauder Fellow at the Wharton School where he received his MBA. He also graduated with an MA in International Studies and an MA in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania. The Course Director completed his undergraduate studies at Columbia University.
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