Forward-Thinking Corporate Treasurer


Introduction and Objectives

  • Programme director and participants (getting to know who is in the virtual room)
  • What is of particular interest to you and why?

 Leading Treasury

  • Developing leadership and strategic competencies plus people management skills
  • Shifting up a gear, becoming trusted advisor and valued business partner

Treasury Mandate

  • Key components of treasury strategy and policy?
  • Alignment with corporate strategy and board priorities

Capital and Liquidity Management

  • Popular funding sources, investing surplus cash safely, assuring effective treasury
  • Driving value from working capital and cash forecasting

Risk Management

  • Confirming risk appetite, risk tolerances and risk responses amid uncertainty
  • Mitigating financial risk with sound rationale for use of derivatives

Going Digital

  • Enabling automation, improving cash visibility, strategies to tackle cybercrime
  • Presenting reports with treasury intelligence, timely alerts and calls to action

Communications and Relationships Management

  • Sharing quality insights and decision choices (e.g. on COVID-19, LIBOR transition, Brexit)
  • Nurturing key relationships (internal & external), motivating remote teams

Programme Director

Raj Gandhi, Corporate Treasurer Course Director

Raj Gandhi FCCA, FCT

Founder and CEO of GGV London

Raj has built up a reputation (since 2010) for delivering highly interactive leadership programmes to more than 200 directors annually across UK and globally, specialising in finance, treasury, governance & risk. He is a course leader for prominent organisations including the ACT, ACCA, Euromoney, IoD, IIA and ICAEW. Prior to this, Raj was chief financial officer of London Capital Group plc, global treasury audit manager for Royal Dutch Shell plc, and treasurer of Empire Stores Group plc.