Course Detail(RM119 : Treasury Risk Management For The Corporation)

RM119 : Treasury Risk Management For The Corporation

7.00 CPE Hours (Others)
Classroom

There is slight revision to the course content for the sessions scheduled for 2020.


Programme Objective

The Treasury function in the corporation is no longer just dealing with the routine daily cash flow and working capital requirements of the entity.   Over and above these traditional roles and in responding to the disruptive forces arising from digitisation and technological advances, the corporate treasurer as a Value Agent is now involved in strategic planning and striking winning relationships with banks and other collaborators in sourcing and applying funds as well as a proactive partner with various business units within the enterprise.  This one-day workshop initiatives and fortifies the participant in the fundamental and evolving challenges and issues confronting the corporate treasury function.  

Programme Outline

Enhancing the Modus Operandi of the Future-Ready Corporate Treasury

 

  • The evolving role of the Corporate Treasurer - from transaction facilitator to leading strategist
  • Functions and Responsibilities of the Treasury
  • Drivers of Change - Globalisation, Centralisation, Technology and Regulatory/Corporate Governance concerns
  • Taking Control of the House - Assuming the roles once assumed by banks
  • Building a Winning Relationship with internal & external Stakeholders Implementing a proper Treasury Risk Management framework
  • Key Elements of the Treasury model
  • Establishing the proper Treasury Culture
  • Crafting and laying down Risk Appetite, Policies and Procedures
  • Implementing the Treasury Management System and tools beyond the traditional spread sheet

Addressing Open Banking, In-house Banking and Managing Third Party Engagements

 
Overview of Market/Price Risk Management

  • Managing Interest Rate and Currency Risk Exposures
  • Plethora of treasury instruments - the simple and the complex
  • A non-textbook but pragmatic way of understanding how options work
  • Market Practices and Operational Concerns

 
Overview of Liquidity and Solvency Risk Management

  • Practical insights into Working Capital Management
  • Effecting cash forecasting, concentration and transfers
  • Managing Bank Relationships

 
Overview of Counterparty Risk Management

  • Reflections from the Global Financial Crisis - sorting out the meltdown elements
  • Under the skin - a taste of toxic and structured credit offerings
  • The Uses and Misuses/Risks of Collateral
  • Counterparty risk mitigators and metrics (ED, RR, PD, CVA, DVA, FVA, XVA and ...)

 
Overview of Operational Risk Management

  • Operational Matters - People, Processes and Systems/Technology
  • Foster a Tech-able and Virtual Treasury - Technology, Help or Hurt?
  • Controls and Risk Limits, Compliance and Governance Matters
  • Reflections from notable Treasury loss stories - in the company of Leeson, Krievel, Adoboli and others
     

Training Methodology

With less quant-oxication but more qualitative rationalisation and cognitivity,  the workshop draws strength and collective value from an audience from varying industries, functional roles and corporate levels - lay and expert practitioners included - as well as real-life industry operational mishaps. Intended to be edu-taining, It uses a  palatable case-based and shared learning approach  involving various group discussion and practice pieces to  articulate the corporate treasury function efficaciously.     

Closing Date for Registration

1 week before programme or until full enrolment

 

Intended For

Personnel in corporate treasury departments and other financial professionals seeking a practical understanding of treasury activities as well as corporate treasury relationship executives in financial institutions in striking a better working relationship with the corporate treasurer.

Competency Mapping

Others = 7.00 Hours

Schedule & Fees

Date & Time

06 Mar 2020 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 374.50
For Non-Members: $ 449.40

Programme Facilitator(s)

Lawrence Ho

Venue

60 Cecil Street
ISCA House
Singapore 049709

Date & Time

16 Jul 2020 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 374.50
For Non-Members: $ 449.40

Programme Facilitator(s)

Lawrence Ho

Venue

60 Cecil Street
ISCA House
Singapore 049709

Date & Time

06 Nov 2020 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 374.50
For Non-Members: $ 449.40

Programme Facilitator(s)

Lawrence Ho

Venue

60 Cecil Street
ISCA House
Singapore 049709

Date & Time

19 Sep 2019 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Registration is closed

Programme Facilitator(s)

Lawrence Ho

Date & Time

16 Nov 2018 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Registration is closed

Programme Facilitator(s)

Lawrence Ho

Date & Time

13 Sep 2017 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Registration is closed

Programme Facilitator(s)

Lawrence Ho

Testimonial

Funding

No funding Available!

Programme Facilitator(s)


Lawrence Ho

​Over the last two decades, Lawrence has trained and mentored working professionals drawn from financial and non financial industry backgrounds in matters of financial markets/products and risk management. Prior to pursuing a full time adult education calling, he had more than a decade of working experience in treasury and financial derivatives trading and broking/marketing, internal audit, treasury settlement and credit administration.    
 
Under the corporate banners of Standard Chartered, UBS, Deutsche Bank, Prebon Yamane Brokers and KPMG, Lawrence have counseled participants from central banks, government linked corporations, national treasury bodies, financial institutions and non FI corporations through numerous experiential learning workshops structured and delivered across Asia – from South Korea, China through to Vietnam, Myanmar, Indonesia and westwards to India and Sri Lanka.     
 
Outside of Asia, Lawrence has shared his expertise with the Sovereign Fund in Kuwait and in London.   He holds a Bachelor of Accountancy (Honours) degree and is currently the Regional Director of the Singapore chapter of the global not-for-profit risk community, PRMIA (Professional Risk Managers International Association).   
 
Lawrence continues to render professional advice and coaching on financial markets and risk management in his personal capacity and through professional alliances and references, shares his experiences across Asia at experiential learning sessions.

There is slight revision to the course content for the sessions scheduled for 2020.


Programme Objective

The Treasury function in the corporation is no longer just dealing with the routine daily cash flow and working capital requirements of the entity.   Over and above these traditional roles and in responding to the disruptive forces arising from digitisation and technological advances, the corporate treasurer as a Value Agent is now involved in strategic planning and striking winning relationships with banks and other collaborators in sourcing and applying funds as well as a proactive partner with various business units within the enterprise.  This one-day workshop initiatives and fortifies the participant in the fundamental and evolving challenges and issues confronting the corporate treasury function.  

Programme Outline

Enhancing the Modus Operandi of the Future-Ready Corporate Treasury

 

  • The evolving role of the Corporate Treasurer - from transaction facilitator to leading strategist
  • Functions and Responsibilities of the Treasury
  • Drivers of Change - Globalisation, Centralisation, Technology and Regulatory/Corporate Governance concerns
  • Taking Control of the House - Assuming the roles once assumed by banks
  • Building a Winning Relationship with internal & external Stakeholders Implementing a proper Treasury Risk Management framework
  • Key Elements of the Treasury model
  • Establishing the proper Treasury Culture
  • Crafting and laying down Risk Appetite, Policies and Procedures
  • Implementing the Treasury Management System and tools beyond the traditional spread sheet

Addressing Open Banking, In-house Banking and Managing Third Party Engagements

 
Overview of Market/Price Risk Management

  • Managing Interest Rate and Currency Risk Exposures
  • Plethora of treasury instruments - the simple and the complex
  • A non-textbook but pragmatic way of understanding how options work
  • Market Practices and Operational Concerns

 
Overview of Liquidity and Solvency Risk Management

  • Practical insights into Working Capital Management
  • Effecting cash forecasting, concentration and transfers
  • Managing Bank Relationships

 
Overview of Counterparty Risk Management

  • Reflections from the Global Financial Crisis - sorting out the meltdown elements
  • Under the skin - a taste of toxic and structured credit offerings
  • The Uses and Misuses/Risks of Collateral
  • Counterparty risk mitigators and metrics (ED, RR, PD, CVA, DVA, FVA, XVA and ...)

 
Overview of Operational Risk Management

  • Operational Matters - People, Processes and Systems/Technology
  • Foster a Tech-able and Virtual Treasury - Technology, Help or Hurt?
  • Controls and Risk Limits, Compliance and Governance Matters
  • Reflections from notable Treasury loss stories - in the company of Leeson, Krievel, Adoboli and others
     

Training Methodology

With less quant-oxication but more qualitative rationalisation and cognitivity,  the workshop draws strength and collective value from an audience from varying industries, functional roles and corporate levels - lay and expert practitioners included - as well as real-life industry operational mishaps. Intended to be edu-taining, It uses a  palatable case-based and shared learning approach  involving various group discussion and practice pieces to  articulate the corporate treasury function efficaciously.     

Closing Date for Registration

1 week before programme or until full enrolment

 

Intended For

Personnel in corporate treasury departments and other financial professionals seeking a practical understanding of treasury activities as well as corporate treasury relationship executives in financial institutions in striking a better working relationship with the corporate treasurer.

Competency Mapping

Others = 7.00 Hours

Programme Facilitator(s)

Lawrence Ho

​Over the last two decades, Lawrence has trained and mentored working professionals drawn from financial and non financial industry backgrounds in matters of financial markets/products and risk management. Prior to pursuing a full time adult education calling, he had more than a decade of working experience in treasury and financial derivatives trading and broking/marketing, internal audit, treasury settlement and credit administration.    
 
Under the corporate banners of Standard Chartered, UBS, Deutsche Bank, Prebon Yamane Brokers and KPMG, Lawrence have counseled participants from central banks, government linked corporations, national treasury bodies, financial institutions and non FI corporations through numerous experiential learning workshops structured and delivered across Asia – from South Korea, China through to Vietnam, Myanmar, Indonesia and westwards to India and Sri Lanka.     
 
Outside of Asia, Lawrence has shared his expertise with the Sovereign Fund in Kuwait and in London.   He holds a Bachelor of Accountancy (Honours) degree and is currently the Regional Director of the Singapore chapter of the global not-for-profit risk community, PRMIA (Professional Risk Managers International Association).   
 
Lawrence continues to render professional advice and coaching on financial markets and risk management in his personal capacity and through professional alliances and references, shares his experiences across Asia at experiential learning sessions.

Upcoming Schedule

Date & Time

06 Mar 2020 (9:00 AM - 5:00 PM)

Fee (inclusive of GST)

For Members: $ 374.50
For Non-Members: $ 449.40

Programme Facilitator(s)

Lawrence Ho

Venue

60 Cecil Street
ISCA House
Singapore 049709