The New England AFP has developed full day sessions to augment the material offered at our bi-monthly meetings and annual conference. Each session is presented by subject matter experts.
Introduction to Treasury Management – date TBA
The Introduction to Treasury Management course is designed for treasury analysts who are new to the field or have less than 2 years of experience. The goal of the program is to provide a good foundation with topics ranging from basic treasury management, foreign exchange, trade finance and cash forecasting to relationship management. This session, offered twice a year, is led by subject experts.
Who should attend? This is a BASIC INTRODUCTORY session. Past attendees included treasury analysts, accountants, financial analysts, treasury assistants, executive assistants, treasury management sales personnel, accounts payable specialists and business systems analysts.
|Domestic Cash Management
|International Cash Management
|Trade Finance 101
|Intro to Business Insurance & Risk Management
|Bank Relationship Management
Comments from past year’s attendees
. . . the discussions enabled me to fully understand some high-level concepts that I had been struggling with at work.
. . . this helped me to apply my new knowledge to current Treasury changes being made in my company
. . . being brand new to the industry, I learned so much that I can take back and use day-to-day.
. . . I just started in my position as cash analyst and found this class VERY beneficial.
. . . I will be able to apply what I learned to my daily responsibilities.
. . . I learned the whole picture of how the treasury department works. Speakers- excellent. Looking forward to study and get my certification.
Please note: This is an introductory session, and as such, the AFP does NOT qualify it for CTP/CCM Renewal credits. This session has been designed to comply with the requirements set forth by NASBA for CPE credits for Accountants.
Intermediate Treasury Management – Fall, 2024
The Intermediate Treasury Management course is designed for mid-level treasury, bank and corporate practitioners who have approximately five or more years of experience. The day begins with an overview of the Corporate Structure followed by liquidity, technology, forecasting and managing bank relationships. You will interactively learn how the corporate structure impacts each of the key treasury functions. The sessions will be augmented by bank and corporate speakers who share their wealth of knowledge as it relates to liquidity and the role of technology within treasury. You’ll learn best practices and pitfalls to avoid. The day ends with a view towards managing those crucial relationships with your banks and a hot topics discussion.
Who should attend? Mid-level practitioners who want to enhance their knowledge and skills in treasury management. Past attendees included treasury analysts, financial analysts, treasury management sales personnel, and associate treasury managers.
Comments from past attendees
. . . Very informative and readily applicable topics..
. . . Nice range of topics. Small group of attendees makes for interactive discussion
. . .High quality speakers!
. . . I thought it was a great high level overview of all the topics
. . .I was particularly interested in attending the Cashflow Forecasting; Liquidity; and Bank Relationship sessions. Picked up a few pointers and appreciate the opportunity to ask couple pertinent questions to presenters and NEAFP Board Members
. . .I enjoyed each session and find the interactive, smaller sessions more productive and enjoyable – enhances the opportunity for participants to ask questions if needed. Great job!