Cash Management

Selling cash management and treasury products to clients is not straightforward for several reasons. Firstly account managers need to fully understand what instruments they have on offer but clients don’t buy instruments, they buy solutions. With this in mind then, account managers also need to have an inherent understanding of their clients business models, they need to be able to identify yield, risk transfer and cash management opportunities. They also have to sell these new trade structures and investments to the client in a quantitative manner.

Cash Management

Key Facts

  • Duration: 2 days, 10am-5pm (12 hours)
  • Delivery Mode:
    • Live Online
    • On campus (please note our campus is currently closed due to Covid-19)
  • Fees: SGD $1,284

 

This workshop is suitable both for treasury teams and for all commercial bankers, including Relationship Bankers, Trade and Cash Management Sales teams and supporting staff and client services.

Seminar, class participation, printed materials, supplementary readings, and case studies.

A certificate of attendance will be issued to participants who successfully attended and completed the course.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of the workshop, participants would be able to:

  • Learn to truly understand why corporate business models need cash management functions, how they measure liquidity performance and they settle intermediary transactions
  • An applied approach to teaching the application of cash management banking instruments to customers’ requirements through case studies
  • Learn how to review companies and their financial statements to identify cash management opportunities
  • Show how cash management impacts a firm’s valuation by comparing a firm with a good cash management structure program and the same business with a dysfunctional cash management program
  • Look at how to apply these different facilities to various commercial cash management problems

Module Contents

Profiling companies for cash - Learn about how to profile companies for cash management by looking at their financial statements

  • Introduction
  • Selling cash management, the benefits
  • Financial Statements
  • Financial Ratios
  • Forecasting Cash Flows and Growth
  • Working Capital Management and Floats
  • Receivables Management

Forecasting & Floats – Look at best practices cash flow forecasting, floats and receivables / payables management. Review the models and the banking instruments.

  • Payables Management
  • Receivables, Payables, Liquidity Templates
  • Domestic paper-based payment instruments
  • Domestic electronic payment instructions
  • Banking services for managing floats
  • Foreign Payment Systems
  • Settlement and SWIFT

Cash Management instruments – The third part is heavily focused on banking instruments around cash management, how the work and how they are sold to clients.

  • Documentary Collections
  • The crossover between treasury, trade and cash
  • Banking and Treasury Systems
  • Pooling and Sweeping Methods
  • Cash investment assessment techniques
  • Cash Investment Products for yield enhancement

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