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Diploma in Treasury Management

Association of Corporate Treasurers
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12 to 18 Months
592 GBP
English
Flexible
Online courses
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Course description

Diploma in Treasury Management

Become a confident professional across all areas of treasury management. By taking the Diploma in Treasury Management (AMCT), you will become the go-to person for in-depth technical treasury expertise, and respected for your ability to problem solve and enable the business to meet its objectives.

Suitability - Who should attend?

The progressive learning structure of ACT qualifications means entry requirements apply.

Perfect for you if you:

  • work in treasury or corporate finance at a managerial level
  • work in treasury or corporate finance at a senior operational level
  • are in a role that works closely with treasury or corporate finance
  • have completed the Certificate in Treasury (CertT)

Outcome / Qualification etc.

On completing unit one you will be able to:

  1. Evaluate how shareholder value is integral to the development of appropriate corporate finance strategy.
  2. Apply corporate finance theory to the identification and implementation of a capital structure that will meet the organisation’s objectives.
  3. Implement strategy to manage expectations of equity investors.
  4. Critically assess a range of debt funding sources, in order to support the objectives of the organisation.
  5. Utilise the appropriate valuation and project appraisal model to aid decision making and the ongoing management of projects, acquisitions and disposals.
  6. Recommend an appropriate treasury structure, which will support the achievement of the organisation’s corporate finance objectives, whilst ensuring relationships with key stakeholders are effectively managed.

On completing unit two you will be able to:

  1. Evaluate the key factors which organisations should take into account when establishing a robust and integrated risk management framework.
  2. Assess the risks which treasury has responsibility for managing in variable economic, political and commercial environments in order to ensure treasury can put in place appropriate risk management techniques for commercial situations.
  3. Appraise various practical techniques for the evaluation of treasury and interrelated risks to identify the materiality of the risks which an organisation faces.
  4. Recommend the use of appropriate risk management techniques in managing those risks that have been identified, prioritised and evaluated.
  5. Evaluate reporting and governance in the risk management process to ensure the risk appetite and tolerance of the organisation is not exceeded and that the risks which an organisation faces are being appropriately communicated to stakeholders.

On completing unit three you will be able to:

  1. Set departmental, team and personal objectives and manage others to implement actionable and measurable plans within the agreed time, budget and quality parameters in order to support the achievement of the organisation’s objectives.
  2. Manage and control the financial and risk management responsibilities of a treasury department whilst ensuring that internal financial controls are applied in accordance with relevant legislation.
  3. Manage staff to collect and analyse data to produce timely reports and recommendations for colleagues and stakeholders, in order to help solve issues, minimise risk and justify strategic decision-making.
  4. Demonstrate the added value which an effective treasury team provides to an organisation.
  5. Persuade, negotiate and/or convince internal and external stakeholders to support particular ideas or plans to maximise the value of the business, and support others to do likewise, including managing a team to achieve objectives and synthesise conflicting views in order to formulate appropriate strategies.

On completing unit four A you will be able to:

  1. Understand the key aspects of reporting, regulation, documentation and taxation that impact on treasury activities.
  2. Evaluate the impact of the organisation’s structure on accounting for treasury.
  3. Recommend how treasury transactions might be structured to mitigate the impact of accounting standards.
  4. Recommend how treasury policies and procedures can be developed to reflect corporate governance requirements.
  5. Evaluate the terms and conditions commonly occurring in legal documentation in order to develop and understand the implications of legal contracts underpinning financial transactions.
  6. Interpret developments in financial regulation in the context of its application to corporate treasury.
  7. Evaluate the impact of tax regulation on the structure of the organisation and activities undertaken by treasury.

On completing unit four B you will be able to:

  1. Analyse the range of practices, procedures, and risks inherent in domestic and international trade in order to manage the complexities and risks involved.
  2. Critically assess accounts receivable, accounts payable, supply chain and inventory control in order to recommend how the organisation can optimise these processes whilst minimising cost and maintaining operational flexibility.
  3. Recommend the appropriate trading arrangements for domestic and international trade in order to manage the risks arising from such trading and support the operations of a business.
  4. Evaluate appropriate specialised financing techniques in order to manage the cash flow risks arising from the additional complexities arising when transacting internationally.
  5. Appraise the importance of optimising working capital for domestic and international trade in order to develop strategies for working capital management, including the role of IT.

Training Course Content

  • Unit 1: Corporate finance for treasury
  • Unit 2: Risk management for treasury
  • Unit 3: The treasury manager
  • Unit 4A: Financial reporting, tax and regulation for treasury
  • Unit 4B: Working capital and trade finance

Why choose Association of Corporate Treasurers

Only professional treasury body with a Royal Charter

Over 1500 ACT students from over 100 countries

Established for more than 40 years

Expenses

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Course fee per unit £592

Student membership fee £176

Assessment fee per unit £270

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Association of Corporate Treasurers

The Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) is the only professional treasury body with a Royal Charter, setting the global benchmark for treasury excellence and leading the profession through internationally recognised qualifications and training in treasury and cash management.  The ACT...


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Average rating 5

Based on 2 reviews.

O Hall
I can't recommend the ACT enough for all Treasury professionals wanting to develop and expand their treasury knowledge!
J O'Hara
Knowledge gained from achieving AMCT now underpins many of my detailed discussions with subject matter experts and my interactions with other business functions
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