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MC3 - Mini Conference III: Treasury Management 
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June 22, 2013   8:00am - 5:00pm
 
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The scope of treasury management goes well beyond traditional cash management – it covers all aspects of working capital management. Here are some of the things you’ll be able to do after completing this session presented in four parts:

Part I – The Big Picture
• Identify the conceptual, operational, and strategic objectives of treasury management, as well as the governing concepts and standards
• Discuss effective working capital management, as well as fraud detection and prevention

Part II – Processes & Tools
• Discuss the processes and systems that are an integral part of the cash flow life cycle
• Describe the banking tools and services, the investment of cash resources, and the basics of cash forecasting

Part III – Insurance Programs & Employee Benefits
• Discuss enterprise risk management and the types of business insurance and their delivery methods (including OCIP/CCIPs and the management of self-insured risk programs)
• Discuss group insurance programs and the basics of pension plans, and describe the management of self-insured programs

Part IV – Budgeting & Reporting
• Describe the process, tools, and strategies used in developing enterprise budgets, as well as backlog and burn-off schedules
• Discuss the types of information that management needs to see and the financial reporting systems typically used
 


 
 
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