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Treasury Products

Treasury Products

Treasury Products

The Treasury Products training will help you know how to utilize the right financial products to manage risk, optimize cash-flow, and minimize debt financing.

This program will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the products used by banks and corporate treasuries in today’s successful treasury management, the best borrowing sources and investments and when and how to use them, and insight into the essential processes to ensure the smooth day-to-day running of your institution’s finances.

Our focus will be on the technical products with areas on the benefits for clients (and how to position to clients). The industry know-how and insight have been gathered through years of working with leading global banks and financial institutions and are field-proven.

 

Learning outcome

  • The description and definition of each product
  • How the product price is arrived at
  • Market jargon and terminology
  • Product applications and uses
  • Risk factors of using products
  • Key product strategies

 Target Audience

  • Professionals entering into a role in a financial institution or in a financial role in a non-financial institution
  • Individuals and professionals requiring insight into the operations of treasury markets and their products.
  • Corporate Controllers,
  • Accounting Managers,
  • Banking Professionals,
  • Back-office Managers,
  • Traders and Dealers,
  • Corporate Business Professionals.

Overview of Interest Rate Products & FX :

Fixed Income, Money Markets & Foreign Exchange

  • What is a bond – difference between debt and equity?
  • Types of bonds – which clients trade them or deal with them?
  • Yield curve – different shapes of a yield curve
  • Pricing government bonds from a yield curve

What are the operational risks?

  • Corporate bonds and credit ratings
  • Types of money market instruments & Quote Conventions

 Foreign Exchange Market :

How clients can benefit of FX trades?

  • Overview of the FX Market
  • Who are the main players and what is the purpose?
  • How does FX movements work from an operational perspective?
  • Herstatt Risk
  • What drives the price & Liquidity?
    • GDP growth
    • Inflation
    • Trade surplus and deficit
    • Political uncertainty
    • Local case studies
  • Understand the FX Quote

Forwards & Futures

  • Understanding a simple commodity future
  • Why do clients use futures and forward
  • Options Definition & How they work
  • Puts & Calls – navigating through the jargon
  • Why do clients use options?
  • Intrinsic & Time Value
  • What drives the option the price

Trading Futures

  • What do volumes and open interest represent?
  • Margining, delivery & EDSP
  • Role of a central counterparty
  • Pricing a future
  • Clearing & Settlement of Futures

 Hedging with Futures

  • Using futures to manage a client’s position
  • Beta management through futures
  • Understanding roll yield and roll risk

 Option combinations

  • Covered calls and protective puts
  • Calls & Put Spreads
  • Straddles & Strangles
  • Clearing & Settlement of Options

Interest rate swaps

  • Product mechanics, and why they were invented
  • Hedging a corporate with a swap
  • Pricing and valuing an interest rate swap

How options and Swaps can change dynamics for end-users?

Fee Per Participant

USD 1125/-

Fees + VAT is applicable

Dates & Times

October  2020:

18th -20th

Language: English

Time:

10:00 – 13:00 (UAE)

9:00 – 12:00 (KSA)

Overview

The Treasury Products training will help you know how to utilize the right financial products to manage risk, optimize cash-flow, and minimize debt financing.

This program will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the products used by banks and corporate treasuries in today’s successful treasury management, the best borrowing sources and investments and when and how to use them, and insight into the essential processes to ensure the smooth day-to-day running of your institution’s finances.

Our focus will be on the technical products with areas on the benefits for clients (and how to position to clients). The industry know-how and insight have been gathered through years of working with leading global banks and financial institutions and are field-proven.

 

Learning outcome

  • The description and definition of each product
  • How the product price is arrived at
  • Market jargon and terminology
  • Product applications and uses
  • Risk factors of using products
  • Key product strategies

 Target Audience

  • Professionals entering into a role in a financial institution or in a financial role in a non-financial institution
  • Individuals and professionals requiring insight into the operations of treasury markets and their products.
  • Corporate Controllers,
  • Accounting Managers,
  • Banking Professionals,
  • Back-office Managers,
  • Traders and Dealers,
  • Corporate Business Professionals.
Course Outline

Overview of Interest Rate Products & FX :

Fixed Income, Money Markets & Foreign Exchange

  • What is a bond – difference between debt and equity?
  • Types of bonds – which clients trade them or deal with them?
  • Yield curve – different shapes of a yield curve
  • Pricing government bonds from a yield curve

What are the operational risks?

  • Corporate bonds and credit ratings
  • Types of money market instruments & Quote Conventions

 Foreign Exchange Market :

How clients can benefit of FX trades?

  • Overview of the FX Market
  • Who are the main players and what is the purpose?
  • How does FX movements work from an operational perspective?
  • Herstatt Risk
  • What drives the price & Liquidity?
    • GDP growth
    • Inflation
    • Trade surplus and deficit
    • Political uncertainty
    • Local case studies
  • Understand the FX Quote

Forwards & Futures

  • Understanding a simple commodity future
  • Why do clients use futures and forward
  • Options Definition & How they work
  • Puts & Calls – navigating through the jargon
  • Why do clients use options?
  • Intrinsic & Time Value
  • What drives the option the price

Trading Futures

  • What do volumes and open interest represent?
  • Margining, delivery & EDSP
  • Role of a central counterparty
  • Pricing a future
  • Clearing & Settlement of Futures

 Hedging with Futures

  • Using futures to manage a client’s position
  • Beta management through futures
  • Understanding roll yield and roll risk

 Option combinations

  • Covered calls and protective puts
  • Calls & Put Spreads
  • Straddles & Strangles
  • Clearing & Settlement of Options

Interest rate swaps

  • Product mechanics, and why they were invented
  • Hedging a corporate with a swap
  • Pricing and valuing an interest rate swap

How options and Swaps can change dynamics for end-users?

Schedule & Fees

Fee Per Participant

USD 1125/-

Fees + VAT is applicable

Dates & Times

October  2020:

18th -20th

Language: English

Time:

10:00 – 13:00 (UAE)

9:00 – 12:00 (KSA)