The fifth year of the highly-recommended IBOS Summer School on International Cash Management and Treasury Management Services and Systems will take place from 8th– 13th September 2013 at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge.
The course is run by Bob Lyddon MA (Fitzwilliam) ICM specialist & General Secretary of IBOS and is aimed at a broad spectrum of bank staff who are currently working in a role in International Cash Management and Payments.
The curriculum is designed to move through the business from start to finish, and to set the business in the wider context of its customers, competitors and regulation. Attendees will be presented with certificates upon completion.
Benefits of the course include a detailed understanding of the structure of the International Payments and International Cash Management markets, as well as deep insight into business models and supply chains of international corporates – and their Payments and Cash Management requirements. It also provides hands-on experience of the financial processes inside AP, AR, Treasury and Multilateral Netting, and knowledge of the regulatory and self-regulatory initiatives that are driving harmonisation and convergence.
The course includes all meals and accommodation, as well as a punting excursion on The Cam, a visit to Kettles Yard and to the Fitzwilliam Museum.
For more information and to view the course agenda, please see our brochure here.
To register, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org