Treasury Management

2019-2020

Course Objective

This course provides you with knowledge about treasury management
practices in multinational companies, large SMEs and non-profit
organisations, including the latest Fintech developments.

After successfully completing this course you (Bridging Theory and
Practice)
- have a broad understanding of bank relationship management, working
capital management (including) cash management and FX- and interest rate
risks and hedging techniques
- are able to understand a treasury management organisation
- are able to implement a treasury management strategy
- know how to communicate as treasurer with investors and bankers
- know how to communicate as finance professional, internally within the
organization and externally with investors and bankers (Professional /
Social Skills)
- are able to put treasury management in broader (strategic)
perspective (Broadening Your Horizon)

Course Content

The course contains a general introduction on treasury management with
as central themes
- financial analysis including forecasting
- cash management (debt- and credit management), working capital
- forex and interest rate management
- treasury organization

Teaching Methods

Each of the six weeks of the course feature four hours of lectures and
two tutorials including presentations of groups assignments and feedback
from other groups and the lecturer

Method of Assessment

In order to pass the course, you need a minimum grade of 5.5 both for
the exam and the assignments. The final grade is calculated by 0.7 x
exam grade plus 0.3 x assignment grade.

Literature

Book TBA. Handouts and in addition a syllabus will be made available
during the first lecture
for the group assignments including additional information also for the
exam

General Information

Course Code E_BA_TMAN
Credits 6 EC
Period P2
Course Level 400
Language of Tuition English
Faculty School of Business and Economics
Course Coordinator drs. F.J.J. Boumans MBA
Examiner drs. F.J.J. Boumans MBA
Teaching Staff

Practical Information

You need to register for this course yourself

Last-minute registration is available for this course.

Teaching Methods Study Group, Lecture
Target audiences

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