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The Institute of Bankers, in conjunction with the Association of Corporate Treasurers, is offering an internationally recognised Certificate in International Cash Management from 2004/5. This Certificate is the only qualification to focus exclusively on global and multipoint cash management, and the course content is highly practical and centres on creating a thorough understanding of the corporate treasury structure, international operations and the role of banks.
Effective cash management is critical to the liquidity of any business. In an increasingly global marketplace understanding international as well as domestic cash management techniques is vital to financial success. The Certificate in International Cash Management is an international qualification, which has been specifically developed by the Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) for those working within banks and corporates in Europe, Asia and the United States.

This Certificate is the only qualification to focus exclusively on global and multipoint cash management. The course content is highly practical and centres on creating a thorough understanding of the corporate treasury structure, international operations and the role of banks. The Institute of Bankers and ACT are jointly offering Cert ICM in Ireland from 2004|5 onwards.

Benefits of the course
Students who complete this course will gain many benefits. They will have a detailed understanding of international cash management from both a corporate and banking perspective, coming to appreciate cash management risks, regulations, money laundering and foreign exchange issues. In addition, they will understand global money transmission techniques and the details of major clearing systems and have acquired a suitable toolkit for practical international cash management, including the use of instruments and strategies for optimising cash flow efficiency.

Syllabus
Designed as a six-month intensive distance-learning programme with highly practical content, the Certificate syllabus centres on creating a thorough understanding of corporate treasury structure, international operations and the role of banks. As well as a comprehensive 600-page manual, the course includes a compulsory five day International Cash Management School, where students will be given the opportunity to meet fellow professionals from a wide variety of backgrounds, and exchange ideas about current best practice. An innovative and comprehensive e-learning website is available to all students.

Participants
There are many professionals who would benefit from undertaking this course, in particular:
- Bankers who want to understand and advise their clients on cash management issues;
- Cash managers working in corporates;
- Anyone with responsibility for cash management outside of their own country;
- New entrants into European corporations;
- Treasury professionals who wish to broaden their international cash management knowledge.
The programme will be available to members in Northern Ireland and the Republic.

Innovative e-learning delivery
The comprehensive e-learning programme offers:
- A menu of engaging interactive exercises;
- A fully searchable manual and personalised book marks enabling students to highlight key areas;
- A tutor moderated discussion forum bringing the classroom experience direct to the desktop;
- A glossary of key cash management terms that crop up during studies or in day-to-day work.
This site is made available to all Certificate in International Cash Management students during their studies and six months after qualification, and is an integral element of the course.

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