International Cash & Treasury Management in a COVID-19 Business World Self-Study Webinar (1.5 Hours)


Liquidity, credit, and treasury operations are essential during a crisis situation. Focusing on techniques and strategies multinational companies use to manage international cash and treasury operations, this self-study webinar will bring participants up-to-speed on the latest methods for maximizing returns in a turbulent global market. We will discuss:

  • The impact of COVID-19
  • Market trends and treasury evolution
  • Cash and bank management
  • Cash flow forecasting
  • Financial risk management
  • Technology for improving value

    …and more


To prepare treasurers and other financial professionals with strategies for managing international cash and treasury operations in an uncertain global market.

  • COVID-19 impacts to treasury
    – Contingency planning
    – Credit squeeze
    – Covenant compliance
    – Supply chain disruption
    – Access to capital
  • Market trends—disruptive changes
    – LIBOR
    – Technology and innovation
    – Data security and analytics
    – Corporate M&A activity
    – Financial market volatility
  • Evolving treasury landscape
    – New expectations and requirements
    – Maturity model defined
  • Leading practices
    – Cash and bank management
    – Cash flow forecasting
    – Financial risk management
    – FX management, governance, and program objectives
    – Treasury centralization
    – Technology unblocking treasury value

Identify current Treasury functions that have evolved from the traditional Treasury role

Recognize the immediate Treasury challenge that occurred in the early months of the pandemic

Recognize examples of physical cash pooling methods

Identify the corporate department most frequently targeted in fraud schemes according to a recent survey

Recognize cash flow forecasting objectives

Identify key benefits of Treasury centralization




No advance preparation required.

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