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Treasury Management

Treasury Management Series: Parts I-IV  
CFMA’s newly redesigned Treasury Management course has been divided into 4 separate 100-minute modules that can be presented in sequence or as standalone seminars. This series was designed for Controllers and CFOs of construction companies who desire to learn the fundamental skills of Treasury Management and who have a working knowledge of construction accounting and cash management.

Treasury Management, Part I: The Big Picture 1 hr/40 min, 2 CPE credits
Part 1 of this series covers the conceptual, operational and strategic objectives of Treasury Management, as well as the core concepts and standards that govern the profession. You will learn the organizational structure of the Treasury Management function, including applications for small, medium and large companies. This course also addresses concepts of working capital management, as well as fraud detection and prevention.

Treasury Management, Part II: Processes & Tools 1 hr/40 min, 2 CPE credits
Cash moves through a construction company within specific activity cycles. Effective Treasury Management manages these cycles to either speed or slow the movement of Cash through the business, depending on which is most beneficial. Part 2 of this Series explores the tools and processes that help us efficiently guide and forecast the movement of Cash in our businesses.

Treasury Management, Part III: Insurance Programs & Employee Benefits 1 hr /40 min, 2 CPE credits
No discussion of Treasury Management would be complete without a serious look at Risk Management, and the insurance programs that we use to manage and mitigate risk. In Part 3 of this series employee benefits will also be discussed, including how levels of self insurance may be used to help control costs.

Treasury Management, Part IV: Budgeting & Reporting 1 hr/ 40 min, 2 CPE credits
Treasury Management includes providing a budgeting process that is aligned with the company's annual strategic plans and objectives. In Part 4 of this series, developing enterprise and departmental budgets will be discussed, along with providing the periodic reporting that management needs to effectively manage the business.

Chapter coordinators, contact for more information or to schedule this course for their chapter. If you wish to attend a course at a CFMA chapter, see a list of upcoming courses, or visit CFMA’s Education Online website to learn more about CFMA’s web-based education.

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