TypeOnsite Course
Time20 sessions, 3 hours per session (Mon-Wed-Fri evenings)
Seat1/40
Price6900000đ
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Just as credit is conventional and crucial to effective operation of credit institutions, treasury operation, with its diverse and complex products, as well as the interactive connections with international business and investment, is considered the vital factor to evaluate the importance and scale of a banking institution.

Therefore, treasury operation is an attractive field to those passionate with the business world, who are active, competitive, well versed in stress-coping and risk-taking, and most importantly zealous for venturing into the most sophisticated products in the domain of Finance & Banking.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

THE COURSE IS DESIGNED TO HELP LEARNERS GET READY FOR THE JOB OF A TREASURY OFFICER IN BANKING INSTITUTIONS.

By the end of the course, learners can:

  • Understand the basics of currency market and rules of currency trade in both domestic and international markets;
  • Master the use of typical tools in currency trade both domestically and internationally;
  • Understand different types of products in the currency market;
  • Understand the professional procedure from trading currency to managing business records after the transaction

COURSE CONTENT

No. CONTENT DURATION
(Session)
A. CAPITAL BUSINESS
Part I: Bond market business 4
1 An overview of the bond market in Vietnam
2 Methods of investment in government bonds
3 Procedures of government bond auctions
4 Procedures of investment and management of bond portfolios in commercial banks
Part II: Capital business in the interbank market 4
1 Methods of discounting valuable papers
2 Refinancing methods
3 Open market operation
4 Methods of required reserve calculation
5 Currency exchange rates
6 The interbank market and related issues
Part III: Interest-rate derivative products business 2
1 CCS and its charaterisitics
2 IRS and its charaterisitics
3 Typical examples
B. FOREIGN EXCHANGE TRADING
Part I. Trading USD/VND and other major foreign currencies 4
1 An overview of the market and its characteristics
2 How to offer exchange rates and some important rules
3 Steps of a transaction
Part II: Trading foreign exchange derivative products 4
1 Foreign exchange spot contracts
2 Foreign exchange forward contracts: forward rates, forward points and forward trading board
3 Foreign exchange future contracts
4 Swap contracts
5 Vanilla Options
6 Fundamental and technical analyses
Part III. Commodities exchange business 2
TOTAL COURSE DURATION 20