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Overview

This interactive two-day course takes participants through the process of building a secure treasury environment from the creation of a framework of policy and delegated authority through to how treasury should be organised to ensure maximum control of its activities.

KEY FEATURES

• policies, organisation structures and skills
• front, back and middle office controls
• role of the accounting function and audit of electronic payments
• risk management
• market codes of conduct electronic payments and system controls
• instrument risks and structured derivatives
• control in a multinational environment
• detection of fraud - how controls can break down in practice

WHAT WILL I GET OUT OF IT?

An all round understanding of how to create a secure environment in which treasury transactions can be managed and carried out with minimum risk of fraud or error, and be able to judge the adequacy of any arrangements and make or recommend necessary changes

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

• treasury managers and controllers
• those with responsibility for treasury but without prior hands-on treasury experience
• anyone working in treasury dealing or involved with treasury transactions

This course is held by the ACT and endorsed by ACCA. 

DATES AND LOCATION:

19 – 20 June (09.00 – 17.00), London
02 – 03 December (09.00 – 17.00), London

 

Speaker details

Brian Welch FCT FCMA FCIS

COST DETAILS

ACT and ACCA members 1,250 GBP + VAT (1500 GBP)
Non-members 1,450 GBP + VAT (1740 GBP

BOOKING DETAILS

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Location


TBC
London

Agenda


Date: 02 December 2014
Start Time: 09:00 GMT
Duration: 2 days
CPD Units: 16