Beth Israel Lahey Health
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, and trade finance to relationship management. This session, offered twice a year, is led by subject experts partnered with corporate practitioners and includes continental breakfast and lunch.
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.
Members and Member’s Staff: $150
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.
|8:00 AM||Continental Breakfast and Registration|
|8:30 AM||Domestic Cash Management|
|9:45 AM||International Cash Management|
|11:00AM||Trade Finance 101|
|1:30 PM||FX 101|
|2:45 PM||Intro to Business Insurance & Risk Management|
|4:00 PM||Treasury Operations - Capacity building for the Future|