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Treasury Workshops

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Treasury Workshops

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Workshop Details

Our Workshops are intentionally participative, thus optimising the post workshop benefit for attendees.

The Workshops will be delivered ‘face to face’ at the Ganly Tipper Learning training room, but there is also the option to join in ‘virtually’.

They are delivered over 2 half days.

Who are these Workshops for?

  • Foreign exchange administrators 
  • Bankers, front office or back office staff
  • Fund administrators
  • Investment administrators
  • Custodians
  • Treasury administrators

Cost per workshop:

£375 (excl VAT)

10% Discount Available* 
*1 person attending more than one workshop or 
2 or more attendees from same company at any workshop

Our Workshops are intentionally participative, thus optimising the post workshop benefit for attendees.

The Workshops will be delivered ‘face to face’ at the Ganly Tipper Learning training room, but there is also the option to join in ‘virtually’.

They are delivered over 2 half days.

Who are these workshops for?

  • Foreign exchange administrators 
  • Bankers, front office or back office staff
  • Fund administrators
  • Investment administrators
  • Custodians
  • Treasury administrators
See individual course details below for workshop duration and pricing.
10% Discount Available* 
*1 person attending more than one workshop or 
2 or more attendees from same company at any workshop

Workshop Details

Overview

This full day course gives participants an overview into Foreign Exchange Markets and how they operate.

 

The workshop is very interactive with group sessions and questions. There are ongoing exercises and participation throughout the day.

 

Learning objectives / What will I learn?

 

At the end of this course, delegates will:

  • Have a good working knowledge of the history and theory of foreign exchange
  • Be able to calculate spot and forward rates
  • Understand the relationship between foreign exchange rates and interest rates
  • Appreciate the risks involved in foreign exchange dealing, and movements of funds
 

 

Content Overview

 

Overview - The Financial Markets
  • History
  • Participants
  • Size of the Markets
 
Foreign Exchange Rates - What are they?
  • Definition
  • Base Currency Perspective & Inverse Rates Sale and Purchases Internal Rate Sheets
  • Bid & Offer
 
Factors Affecting exchange rates
  • Interest Rates
  • Strength of an Economy
  • Political Environment
  • Trade Balance – Imports & Exports
  • Trade Balance – Surpluses or Deficits
  • Balance of Payments
  • Country’s Reputation & Standing
  • World News
  • Speculators & Proprietary Trading
  • Chartists + Technical Analysts
 
Coping with Volatile Exchange Rates
  • Effects of Foreign Exchange Movements
  • Profit & Loss
  • Changes in the Value of Assets
  • Spot
  • Forward Rates – Opinion of the Future?
  • Options
 
Institutional Risks and Their Impact – Strategy + Policy
  • Strategy & Policy
  • Corporate Business or Proprietary Trading
  • Corporate Credit Risk + Risk Weightings
  • Settlement Risk
  • Contingent Liability Risk
  • Operational Risk
  • Board/Senior Management Involvement
  • Implementation
 
International Payments
  • Correspondent Banking
  • Nostro Accounts
  • Vostro Accounts
  • Reconciliations

Overview

This full day course gives participants an overview into the Interest Rate and Money Markets and how they operate.

 

The workshop is very interactive with group sessions and questions. There are ongoing exercises and participation throughout the day.

 

Learning objectives / What will I learn?

At the end of this course, delegates will:

  • Have a good working knowledge of the history and theory of money markets
  • Be able to calculate interest and forward rates
  • Understand the relationship between foreign exchange rates and interest rates

 

Content Overview

Overview - Financial Markets:
  • History
  • Participants
  • Size of the Markets 
 
Interest Rates and the Money Markets
  • Definition
  • Risk & Reward – Margins
  • Current Market Conditions
  • UK Base Rate
  • LIBOR & other reference rates
 
Factors Affecting Interest Rates Interest Rates (1)
  • Time Value of Money
  • Principal plus Interest
  • Simple Interest
  • Compound Interest
  • Basis Points
  • APR + AER
 
Interest Rates (2)
  • Targeted Margins
  • Discounting
  • Bond Pricing
 
 Use of Interest Rate Calculations – Products
  • Quick overview
  • Forward Rate Agreements
  • Interest Rate Swaps
  • Equity Linked Trackers

Overview

This full day course builds upon the foundations laid in the ‘Introduction to the Foreign Exchange Markets Course’.

 

It is suitable for individuals who interact regularly with FX matters and provides them with the opportunity to work through the types of scenario they will encounter. As such there is plenty of practical work, with the aim of participants gaining an intuitive understanding of the processes that are involved when interacting with the markets.

 

This course is highly recommended for individuals preparing for the ACI examinations. Click here for more details:

https://acifma.com/aci-dealing-certificate

 

The workshop is very interactive with group sessions and questions. There are ongoing exercises and participation throughout the day.

 

Learning objectives / What will I learn?

At the end of this course, delegates will:

  • Have an in-depth understanding of foreign exchange dealing practice
  • Be able to calculate complex spot and forward rates, and option pricing
  • Appreciate different strategies and their merits and risks

 

Content Overview

The Foreign Exchange Markets – Recap
  • Spot Rates – Definition, Base Currency, Inverse rates
  • Forward Rates – Definition, the Components & Forward Points
  • Options – Definition, to Exercise or Not to Exercise
  • Practical Exercises
 
Spot Rates
  • Market Quotations and the universal language
  • Currency Pairs
  • Cross Currency Rates and Information Required
  • Inverse Rates and impact on LHS & RHS of Rates
  • Interest Rates and their Impact – Intuition
  • Pre -Spot Rates – value Today and value Tomorrow
  • Trading – Bid & Offer
  • ‘Yours & Mine'
  • Practical Exercises
 
Forward Rates
  • Interest Rate Differential & Forward Points
  • Impact of Changes in the Interest Rates
  • The concept of the Swap
  • Buying & Sell or Selling & Buying
  • Forward Dates – Standard Interbank Calendar dates and conventions- 1 month, 2 months, 3 months etc
  • Forward dates – Customer Bespoke Broken Dates
  • Forward Rate Calculation -combining the Spot Rate and the Forward Points
  • Forward Broken Dates – calculation
  • Arbitrage
  • Practical Exercises
 
Foreign Currency Options
  • Different Types of Option and their nuances
  • The Premium and the Factors that affect it – Some Terminology
  • Value of an Option – In or Out of the Money
  • Time value
  • Intrinsic value
  • Market Uses
  • Practical Exercises
 
Option v Spot Rates v Forward Rates
  • Option v Spot Rates v Forward Rates
  • Strategy & Policy
  • Corporate Business or Proprietary Trading
  • Practical Exercises

Register Your Interest

Let us know which Workshops you're interested in and we will be happy to assist.

Register Interest

Overview

This full day course gives participants an overview into Foreign Exchange Markets and how they operate.

 

The workshop is very interactive with group sessions and questions. There are ongoing exercises and participation throughout the day.

 

Learning objectives / What will I learn?

 

At the end of this course, delegates will:

  • Have a good working knowledge of the history and theory of foreign exchange
  • Be able to calculate spot and forward rates
  • Understand the relationship between foreign exchange rates and interest rates
  • Appreciate the risks involved in foreign exchange dealing, and movements of funds
 

 

Content Overview

 

Overview - The Financial Markets
  • History
  • Participants
  • Size of the Markets
 
Foreign Exchange Rates - What are they?
  • Definition
  • Base Currency Perspective & Inverse Rates Sale and Purchases Internal Rate Sheets
  • Bid & Offer
 
Factors Affecting exchange rates
  • Interest Rates
  • Strength of an Economy
  • Political Environment
  • Trade Balance – Imports & Exports
  • Trade Balance – Surpluses or Deficits
  • Balance of Payments
  • Country’s Reputation & Standing
  • World News
  • Speculators & Proprietary Trading
  • Chartists + Technical Analysts
 
Coping with Volatile Exchange Rates
  • Effects of Foreign Exchange Movements
  • Profit & Loss
  • Changes in the Value of Assets
  • Spot
  • Forward Rates – Opinion of the Future?
  • Options
 
Institutional Risks and Their Impact – Strategy + Policy
  • Strategy & Policy
  • Corporate Business or Proprietary Trading
  • Corporate Credit Risk + Risk Weightings
  • Settlement Risk
  • Contingent Liability Risk
  • Operational Risk
  • Board/Senior Management Involvement
  • Implementation
 
International Payments
  • Correspondent Banking
  • Nostro Accounts
  • Vostro Accounts
  • Reconciliations

Overview

This full day course gives participants an overview into the Interest Rate and Money Markets and how they operate.

The workshop is very interactive with group sessions and questions. There are ongoing exercises and participation throughout the day.

 

Learning objectives / What will I learn?

At the end of this course, delegates will:

  • Have a good working knowledge of the history and theory of money markets
  • Be able to calculate interest and forward rates
  • Understand the relationship between foreign exchange rates and interest rates

 

Content Overview

Overview - Financial Markets:
  • History
  • Participants
  • Size of the Markets 
 
Interest Rates and the Money Markets
  • Definition
  • Risk & Reward – Margins
  • Current Market Conditions
  • UK Base Rate
  • LIBOR & other reference rates
 
Factors Affecting Interest Rates Interest Rates (1)
  • Time Value of Money
  • Principal plus Interest
  • Simple Interest
  • Compound Interest
  • Basis Points
  • APR + AER
 
Interest Rates (2)
  • Targeted Margins
  • Discounting
  • Bond Pricing
 
 Use of Interest Rate Calculations – Products
  • Quick overview
  • Forward Rate Agreements
  • Interest Rate Swaps
  • Equity Linked Trackers

Overview

This full day course builds upon the foundations laid in the ‘Introduction to the Foreign Exchange Markets Course’.

 

It is suitable for individuals who interact regularly with FX matters and provides them with the opportunity to work through the types of scenario they will encounter. As such there is plenty of practical work, with the aim of participants gaining an intuitive understanding of the processes that are involved when interacting with the markets.

 

This course is highly recommended for individuals preparing for the ACI examinations. Click here for more details:

https://acifma.com/aci-dealing-certificate

 

The workshop is very interactive with group sessions and questions. There are ongoing exercises and participation throughout the day.

 

Learning objectives / What will I learn?

At the end of this course, delegates will:

  • Have an in-depth understanding of foreign exchange dealing practice
  • Be able to calculate complex spot and forward rates, and option pricing
  • Appreciate different strategies and their merits and risks

 

Content Overview

The Foreign Exchange Markets – Recap
  • Spot Rates – Definition, Base Currency, Inverse rates
  • Forward Rates – Definition, the Components & Forward Points
  • Options – Definition, to Exercise or Not to Exercise
  • Practical Exercises
 
Spot Rates
  • Market Quotations and the universal language
  • Currency Pairs
  • Cross Currency Rates and Information Required
  • Inverse Rates and impact on LHS & RHS of Rates
  • Interest Rates and their Impact – Intuition
  • Pre -Spot Rates – value Today and value Tomorrow
  • Trading – Bid & Offer
  • ‘Yours & Mine'
  • Practical Exercises
 
Forward Rates
  • Interest Rate Differential & Forward Points
  • Impact of Changes in the Interest Rates
  • The concept of the Swap
  • Buying & Sell or Selling & Buying
  • Forward Dates – Standard Interbank Calendar dates and conventions- 1 month, 2 months, 3 months etc
  • Forward dates – Customer Bespoke Broken Dates
  • Forward Rate Calculation -combining the Spot Rate and the Forward Points
  • Forward Broken Dates – calculation
  • Arbitrage
  • Practical Exercises
 
Foreign Currency Options
  • Different Types of Option and their nuances
  • The Premium and the Factors that affect it – Some Terminology
  • Value of an Option – In or Out of the Money
  • Time value
  • Intrinsic value
  • Market Uses
  • Practical Exercises
 
Option v Spot Rates v Forward Rates
  • Option v Spot Rates v Forward Rates
  • Strategy & Policy
  • Corporate Business or Proprietary Trading
  • Practical Exercises

Workshop Details

Register Your Interest

Let us know which Workshops you're interested in and we will be happy to assist.

Register Interest

Workshop Presenter

The Workshops are delivered by Gerry Ganly and available Online or Face to Face (Isle of Man). 

Gerry has extensive experience in the foreign exchange markets. He was the lead for the introduction of several risk management products to the Corporate world and understands the impact such risks can have on companies. He has an MSc in Investment & Treasury, and his thesis was entitled ‘Coping with Volatile Exchange Rates’.

Contact

For more information, contact Gerry, email: 

gerry.ganly@ganlytipper.com

or call +44 (0)7624 490809

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