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Regulatory reporting - treasury workshop

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This workshop will help you understand the treasury function and interpret the language that is used in this area of business. It is designed for finance assistants involved in regulatory reporting. The key areas that will be covered are: 

  • Treasury terms
  • The role of treasury
  • Liquidity management
  • Funding
  • Risk management
  • Risk controls 

The explanation is straight forward; you do not need prior knowledge only a desire to want to know more. Below is a summary of the workshop content, timings are approximate. There will be a mixture of presentation material and case studies.


 Key terms

  • What is meant by:
  • Yield Curves
  • Libid/Libor
  • Base rate
  • Money markets
  • Bond markets
  • Hedging
  • Repurchase agreements
  • General overview of derivatives

 The role of Treasury – Brief overview

  • How it works and what it does
  • Key jobs and functions
  • Why it is important

 Cash and liquidity management

  • The importance of liquidity
  • How we manage liquidity
  • Managing banking relationships


Capital markets and funding

  • Types of funding
  • Funding policies and procedures

Risk management

  • The risks in Treasury
  • Why risks should be monitored and controlled
  • Exposures & hedging
  • The risk management framework
  • Policies and procedures
  • Credit limits

 Risk controls

  • How risks are monitored and controlled
  • The systems that are used
  • The reports that are generated and what they measure 

End of workshop & review

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