We support New Zealand businesses to manage risk, create value and be more successful, by providing treasury and financial market advice to over 135 organisations in New Zealand. The 'Introductory corporate treasury management' course helps you make decisions on treasury management and provide insights into liquidity, debt, investment, interest and foreign currency management. Risk identification and measurement, hedging strategy design and implementation are also covered, in an easy to understand format.

  • May 10
    All day Auckland
    • $862.50 incl. GST
    Session information
    Sessions
    Stream 1: Interest rate management
    Fri 10 May 08:30 - Fri 10 May 16:30
    Auckland
    Stream 2: Foreign currency management
    Fri 10 May 08:30 - Fri 10 May 16:30
    Auckland
  • Sep 20
    All day Wellington
    • $862.50 incl. GST
    Session information
    Sessions
    Stream 1: Interest rate management
    Fri 20 Sep 08:30 - Fri 20 Sep 16:30
    Wellington
    Stream 2: Foreign currency management
    Fri 20 Sep 08:30 - Fri 20 Sep 16:30
    Wellington
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Description

There will be focused break out discussions where attendees will choose between attending the session on interest rate management or foreign currency management.

Presented by PwC leading experts, we will share recent developments and provide case study examples. These include fundamentals of treasury management, liquidity, debt, investment, interest and foreign exchange rate management.

Stream 1

Stream 2

Interest rate management

Foreign currency management

  • Understanding why funding risk and interest rate risk management is separated.
  • Examine the New Zealand wholesale interest rate yield curve.
  • Learn about commonly used interest rate derivative instrument, hedging strategy design and tactical execution.
  • Case studies of when and how instruments are used.

 

  • Identifying, measuring and managing different types of foreign currency risk.
  • What determines hedging horizons and percentages.
  • Learn about commonly used foreign currency derivative instruments, hedging strategy design and tactical execution.
  • Case studies of when and how instruments are used.

Please choose your preferred stream upon registration.

Target audience

  • treasury accountants
  • treasury analysts and managers
  • management and financial accountants
  • finance managers
  • chief financial officers
  • chief executives
  • directors.

Continuing Professional Development

Seven hours.

Cost

$750.00 plus GST.

Presenters

Brett Johanson

Backed by a 25-year career, Brett Johanson’s expertise encompasses all aspects of treasury management and financial market services.

Brett’s known among clients for using his strong practical, financial markets, corporate treasury, accounting and governance experiences to enhance organisations’ treasury functions and decision making, to minimise financial market risk.

Stuart Henderson

Stuart Henderson’s passion and expertise lie in financial risk identification, analysis, forensics and working with his clients to improve their organisations’ financial management and performance.

Over an impressive 27-year career, Stuart has built a reputation as the go-to advisor among leading European, Asian, Australian and New Zealand companies and government agencies wanting advice on risk management awareness, strategies and solutions.

 


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