b'TREASURY MANAGEMENT LOAN NEGOTIATION AND EVALUATIONTreasury Management lies at the heart of the nancial strategy of allCOURSE OBJECTIVES:On completion, you will be able to:The impact of various nancial crises and the tightening of credit Apply nancial evaluation techniques to appraise variousorganisations. It brings together the strategic management of cash, Monitor and report on Treasury Managementmarkets has reduced the borrowing options available to governments. sources of nance and assess the nancial impact of debtinvestments and debt to enable an organisation to manage and plan Develop a Treasury Management strategy and associated policiesIn addition, the cost of the credit that is available has gone up restructuring its liquidity. Manage risk and performance, cash ow management and substantially, leading to a heightened need for governments to Understand the process of reviewing the debt portfolio and modellingconduct a critical evaluation of different borrowing options and to assessing the impact on the portfolio of contracting newCash has to be closely managed on a daily basis, but also with regard Understand the borrowing and investing instruments and their negotiate the most favourable terms. borrowing to longer-term needs in terms of nancing capital investment and risks and benets Appreciate the process of issuing government securities investing surplus funds. Assess the Treasury implications of InternationalThis course will build the analytical skills of participants and provideAccounting Standardsthem with the necessary tools to evaluate different nancing options,KEY TOPICS Effective Treasury Management is vital in ensuring that the entity hasas well as empowering them to select and negotiate the most The borrowing cycle the cash resources it needs when it needs them, while managing risk,KEY TOPICSappropriate terms. It will guide delegates to acquire a complete What and when to negotiate minimising the cost of debt and optimising the returns on investment. Treasury Management strategy, reporting and performance understanding of nancial markets and different creditors, and the Legal and institutional frameworks for government borrowing Expertise in this area is required by every public and private sector measuresneed to achieve the appropriate balance between borrowing cost and Available nancing optionsorganisation. At a national level, governments usually need to borrow. Financial risk management tools and techniquesassociated risk. Structure of loan agreements However, sovereign debt can spiral out of control as it takes a higher Cash ow management and modelling Interpretation of loan agreements proportion of GDP. It is vital that investments are managed within a Investments and borrowingshort, medium and long termCOURSE OBJECTIVES:On completion, you will be able to: Techniques for nancial evaluation Treasury Management strategy that is integrated with the overall Developing capital markets and liquidity Understand the relevance of debt management in the widerAssessing the impact of new borrowing national economic policy. Proactive management of the debt portfolio and renancing macroeconomic and public nancial management context,The impact of portfolio indicatorsCounter-fraud measures including coordination with scal and monetary policy Principles and processes of negotiationThis programme is essential learning for anyone with responsibilities Sovereign debt and sustainabilityUnderstand the building blocks of loan evaluation, includingNegotiation skills, techniques and strategiesfor cash management or managing debt and investments at an the loan cycle and the relevance of legislation Practical simulation of a loan negotiationorganisational or national level.DURATION FEE DATE VENUEInterpret loan and bond agreements, including evaluation of the nancial terms of different loan and bond options and, along with DURATION FEE DATE VENUECase studies illustrate the practical application of the techniques10 days 4,195 06 - 17 June 2022 London an analysis of the legal terms, make recommendations on thecovered and the trainers will work with delegates on the real-life07 - 18 November 2022 Londonmost suitable option from a cost and risk perspective10 days 4,195 06 - 17 June 2022 London issues they face in their own organisations.Understand the practical processes involved in loan negotiations14 - 25 November 2022 London Evaluate different sources of nance and determine their appropriateness for funding various types of project STRATEGIC FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND20%INTERNATIONAL TAX AND 20% OFF OFFEFFECTIVE BUDGET EXECUTION JAN-MARTRANSFER PRICING JAN-MAR COURSES COURSESStrategic nancial management provides the essential ingredients for Appreciate the accounting adjustments which are necessary to This course explores international corporate taxation and will equipKEY TOPICS achieving a sound budget preparation and execution system.transform internal management accounts into statutory and you to understand the complexities of international tax and adopt best Principles of direct taxation and their implications in designing regulatory nancial statementspractice approaches to transfer pricing.a cross-border tax framework This course focuses on the issues and challenges likely to impedeInteraction of domestic tax laws and international tax treaties the seamless operation of management and nancial accounting KEY TOPICSThe impact of cross-border transactions on revenue collection, and Features of model treaties (OECD and UN) processes and examines the techniques and tools needed to address The budget execution processthe design of effective tax systems, should be of key importance to Taxation of foreign income and gains them. It will underline what constitutes strategic nancial The framework of management control and expendituretax policy makers and administrators. Structures and prices are not Withholding taxes and double taxation relief management and effective budget execution within the context of monitoringalways set fairly, resulting in signicant implications for the collection Denition and occurrence of transfer pricing achieving their strategic and operational objectives. Traditional nancial reporting and results-based performance of taxes. At the same time, tax systems and administration can deter Adjustment of transfer prices and taxable protsmeasurementthe inbound investment that can be critical for economic growth. Advanced Pricing Agreements (APAs) The course will enhance delegates understanding of all the key Design and implementation of the Chart of Accounts (COA) Negotiations through tax treaty competent authority processes within the accounting cycles leading up to the preparation Procurement planning and the use of Public-Private Week one of this comprehensive course focuses on the relationship of Domestic tax avoidance and thin capitalisation rulesof nancial statements, including the use of performance Partnerships (PPPs)corporate taxation to investment, with particular attention to the role management tools. Costing principles and techniquesof international tax treaties. In week two, delegates will examine theDURATION FEE DATE VENUE Principles of effective cash managementmechanisms for collecting tax, with particular attention to the effect COURSE OBJECTIVES:On completion, you will be able to: Planning and budgeting and their impact on cash-ows of transfer pricing rules that address pricing distortions in transactions10 days 4,195 28 March - 08 April 2022DubaiApply strategic nancial management to add value to theand protabilitywithin multinationals.26 September - 07 October 2022London budget execution process Integrated nancial management information systemsDescribe the differences between a management accountingSources of nance COURSE OBJECTIVES:On completion, you will be able to:system and a nancial accounting system Identify the key direct tax principles that underpin an effective Undertake cost analysis and apply strategic management and DURATION FEE DATEVENUEframework for cross-border taxationcosting principles to support improved decision making10 days 4,195 28 March - 08 April 2022Washington D.C. Understand the OECD and UN Model Tax Conventions and develop Understand types of cost information and how to put thatthe knowledge to approach tax treaty issues with condenceinformation to best use14 - 25 November 2022LondonExplain how transfer pricing is legislated in local tax law and Design robust and meaningful nancial performance measuresstrategiesto help enhance nancial control Appreciate where mispricing and potential tax revenue leakage Understand the main processes involved in the preparation ofmay occuraccounts for strategic and operational use by all level ofUnderstand the tools and techniques undertaken by a tax management administration to identify and mitigate against transfer pricing problems 58e: email@example.com: +44 (0)20 3940 4300 w: crownagents.com/training 59'