Liquidity is essential in all banks to offset expected and unexpected fluctuations in the budget, as well as to provide required funds for development. The liquidity crises experienced by banks and financial institutions recently showed the need to review their liquidity management policies in terms of practices and procedures. This is why the British Academy for Training and Development offers you this course to develop liquidity management in institutions and prepare successful emergency financing plans.
Objectives and target group
Target audience of this course:
The British Academy for Training and Development offers this course to the following institutions:
Multilateral financial institutions.
Accounting companies, Consulting companies, Law companies and rating agencies.
How will participants benefit from the course?
After completing the program, participants will be able to:
How to adjust, monitor and control liquidity.
Differentiation between costs and benefits of different liquidity strategies.
Comparison of liquidity challenges between wholesale and retail institutions.
Comparison between liquidity financing and liquidity trading.
Examining liquidity files in institutions as well as risks of credit, market, and operation.
Evaluating many emergency financial plans.
Liquidity role in asset and liability management
Liquidity crises - case study
Liquidity measurement systems 1
Liquidity measurement systems 2
Liquidity Measurement System 3
Practical methods and techniques
Liquidity strategies 1
Liquidity strategies 2
Liquidity risks 1
Liquidity risks 2
Liquidity risks 3
Liquidity risks 4
Emergency financing 1
Emergency funding 2
Note / Price varies according to the selected city
Members NO. : 1
Members NO. : 2 - 3
Members NO. : + 3
Accounts Payable - Planning, Organising and Achieving Best Practice