Certificate in International Cash Management2Unit fourIntroductionUnit fiveUnit oneUnit sixUnit twoUnit sevenUnit threeThis course is intended for treasury staff and bankers who wish to demonstrate their mastery of international cash management through a rigorous certification programme.It is designed to provide both corporate treasury staff and bankers with an understanding of international cash management techniques and best practice, and to provide an insight into the banking and systems infrastructure that lies behind the services and products sold and used. The course is focused on the practical application of cash management techniques in corporate treasuries. Historically, banks and companies have approached the area from different perspectives, using different terminology and jargon. This course provides an opportunity to bring both sides of the business together with a common understanding of each other’s views and interpretations.The Certificate in International Cash Management consists of seven units: Unit 1: Cash management – the essentials1. Introduction to treasury and cash management 2. Important cash management concepts3. Introduction to banking4. Basic banking servicesUnit 2: Working capital management5. Understanding financial statements6. Optimising working capitalUnit 3: Making and receiving international payments7. Clearing and settlement systems8. International payments9. Opening foreign currency accounts10. International trade vehicles“It is designed to provide an understanding of international cash management techniques and best practice”CERTIFICATEin International Cash Management
Certificate in International Cash Management3Unit fourIntroductionUnit fiveUnit oneUnit sixUnit twoUnit sevenUnit threeUnit 4: The international cash management function 11. Cash flow forecasting12. Short–term investing13. Short–term borrowingUnit 5: Managing the international treasury function14. Treasury structures15. Bank relationship management16. Treasury systems and technology17. Policy, tax and regulatory issues for treasuryUnit 6: Managing cross–border liquidity and risk18. Netting19. Cash pooling20. Foreign exchange21. Risk managementUnit 7: Creating efficient international account structures22. Efficient account structures23. Spotlight on the US and Europe24. Regional case studiesYou must successfully complete all seven units to complete the Certificate. The course is supported by online study resources and a five day tuition school. Each unit takes between 15–50 hours to complete, with 300 hours required to complete the whole Certificate. We estimate you should be able to complete the course in 6 months alongside your full time work.