The UNC Treasury Management Program is an exceptional professional development opportunity for treasury practitioners.

 

Emphasis on the core mission of corporate treasury to maximize corporate liquidity and mitigate financial risk.

        Examine the treasury function within the context of critical, contemporary challenges.

 

Customizable Dual-Track Format allows you to tailor the program to your individual needs.

 

Small Class Size program enrollment is limited to 84 practitioners.

        No vendor sales pitches!

 

Campus Experience includes Monday dinner on the famous Franklin Street.

        Attendees stay at the Historic Carolina Inn.

 

Dual-Track Curriculum

Foundations in Treasury Management

How Money Moves: The Payment System

An examination of the flow and clearing process for each type of B2B and C2B transaction.

 

Remittances: Structure and Metrics

A discussion of how to collect payments, maintain an efficient receivables cycle and monitor performance.

 

Payment Methods and Your Liabilities

A comparison of B2B payment processing rules and liabilities for check, ACH, wire, and P-card.

 

Global Business for Domestic Companies

The growing importance of international treasury management for domestic companies includes an introduction to making and receiving international payments using various payment instruments - exchange, letter of credit and more.

 

Managing Plastic

A look at costs, benefits, implementation and management of various types of corporate cards.

 

Cash Forecasting Techniques: Money Follows Information

A review of the science and art behind effective cash flow forecasting. Plus, an examination of techniques to improve cash forecasting accuracy.

 

Understanding Bank Loan Agreements

An attorney's perspective on key issues to understand and negotiate in bank loan agreements.

 

The E-Commerce Framework

A review of electronic alternatives for making and receiving payments for B2B and C2B transactions.

 

Basic Corporate Approaches to Investing

A primer on following policy guidelines and objectives for investing short-term cash.

 

Fraud: Who pays?

An exploration of the causes of fraud and specific risk control measures for check, electronic and currency transactions.

 

Think Like a Banker

An insider's view of the credit and operating risks a treasury management customer represents to a bank and how that affects your cost.

 

Strategic Issues for Treasury

Keys to Working Capital Management

A comprehensive examination of how to manage operational liquidity and enhance the use of working capital.

 

Risk Management Framework in Treasury

A discussion of the benefits of integrating treasury operations with financial and operating functions to better manage liquidity and risk.

 

Advanced Receipt Processing: Chasing Straight-Thru-Processing

A look at existing and emerging solutions to improve accounts receivables processing and create significant value to the corporation.

 

Controlling Payables

Examination of established and innovative payment vehicles that reduce cost and improve control.

 

Arranging Credit: The Process and the Pitfalls

A hands-on workshop covering everything you need to know to evaluate and negotiate with a credit facility.

 

Financial Risk

An advanced look at key elements of interest rates, foreign exchange and counterparty risk management.

 

Tools of a Top Investment Manager

A discussion of how to develop an investment policy, assign responsibilities and identify and mitigate default risks.

 

Legal Pitfalls

A review of white collar crime and the red flags that trigger federal investigations and prosecution.

 

Strategies and Approaches to Financial Hedging

When is it appropriate to benefit from financial hedging and what if you are wrong?

 

Treasury technology: information, analytics, connectivity, systems and processes

When a spreadsheet is no longer enough to run your business, what are your options? Full visibility of cash, modeling various financial risks, security, technical support and cost are all considerations whether your need is for a Cash System or Global Enterprise Cash and Risk System.

 

Demystifying Supply Chain Finance

Supply Chain Finance is no longer just for large companies. Often supply chain finance is viewed as a limited procurement tool in reducing the Cost of Goods Sold. Your strategy should provide strategic value with control over your sourcing activities and sound financing terms to maximize opportunities domestically and worldwide.

 

Joint Session: Protecting Your Cash Position: Liquidity and Managing the Treasury Function

This joint session focuses on practical steps you can take to maximize your firm's liquidity, minimize financial and operational risks and control costs - all to ensure that you have enough cash on hand to meet expected and unexpected payment needs. The key is to appropriately tie together the critical treasury functions. Do you have all of the pieces in place to ensure the integrity of your cash positions?