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Treasury Management - The Finances of a Bank

Most businesses have easily definable goods and services offered to a readily identifiable customer base. Banks, however, offer and trade a variety of sophisticated instruments, service a vast range of customers, and, as a result, function on the basis of a diverse income stream. This course explores the elements of a bank’s balance sheet, the sources of its profits, and its assets and liabilities.

  • OBJECTIVES

    On completion of this course, you will be able to identify:

    The structural elements of a bank's balance sheet

    The sources of a bank's profits

    A bank's liabilities

    A bank's assets

  • COURSE OUTLINE

    Topic 1: Treasury’s Role and Functions

    Protection of Assets

    Physical

    Non-Physical

    Intangible

    Exploit Opportunities & Control Risks

    Asset and Liability Management

    Control of Dealing Activities

    Risk Exposure Management

    Maintaining Name and Reputation

    Protection against Fraud

    Capital Debt and Credit Rating

    Management of Investments in Subsidiaries and Associates

    Topic 2: Organization of a Bank’s Treasury

    Structural Issues

    Expertise

    Balanced Controls

    Quality Dealers

    Maintain Contact

    Spot Checks

    Auditory Controls

    Adaptability

    Topic 3: Management of a Bank’s Treasury

    Centralized

    Decentralized

  • PREREQUISITE KNOWLEDGE

  • ESTIMATED COMPLETED TIME

    60 Minutes

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