Upcoming EuroFinance training courses
Wherever you're based, whatever your training needs, we have a course to suit you.
International Treasury & Cash Management | Intermediate
In-depth knowledge of the essential elements of international treasury management.
Singapore, 18-20 September 2017
Shanghai, China, 25-27 September 2017
Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 16-18 October 2017
Lagos, Nigeria, 16-18 October 2017
New York City, US, 23-25 October 2017
Dubai, UAE, 6-8 November 2017
Barbados, 13-15 November 2017
International Treasury & Cash Management | Advanced
Discover the most advanced techniques used by the world's leading treasuries.
London, UK, 20-22 March 2017
Copenhagen, Denmark, 3-5 April 2017
New York City, US, 12-14 June 2017
Geneva, Switzerland, 19-21 June 2017
Singapore, 27-29 November 2017
London, 4-6 December 2017
Corporate Risk Management & Advanced Cash Flow
Corporate Risk Management: The focus of this 3-day Course will be on the management of diverse risks, including adverse movements in rates and prices. Get familiar with FX through our online trading simulation programme.
Advanced Cash Flow: Establish why and for what purpose forecasts are made, and examine the variety of approaches that can be taken depending on purpose and profile of your company.
Understanding International ACH – An Alternative Payment Method
You could save significant amounts of money by utilizing International ACH. Learn what it is, how it works and more about a new organization that is creating global standards to make it even easier. This session will explain the rationale for choosing International ACH and how it differs from US domestic ACH.
Effective Financial Risk Management
The course lays out five essential attributes of a highly effective, sustainable financial risk management process. It will give the student a 'bigger picture' perspective on what effective risk management entails, and in particular address two main weaknesses of most Corporate Risk Management processes -- the incorrect perspectives that Risk Management is a 'Treasury problem' and that it's primarily about running a hedging program.