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Vskills certification in Treasury Markets introduces candidates to functions of a Treasury Department in a bank or corporate. The Certification also covers various financial products in the treasury ...

Vskills certification in Treasury Markets introduces candidates to functions of a Treasury Department in a bank or corporate. The Certification also covers various financial products in the treasury department and the risk management techniques used in the treasury. A Vskills Certified treasury market professional finds employment in various retail banks, investment banks, research firms, and treasury departments of various MNCs.

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    • Certified Treasury Markets Professional VS-1016
    • Certified Treasury Markets Professional Certified Treasury Markets Professional Certification Code VS - 1016 Vskills certification in Treasury Markets introduces candidates to functions of a Treasury Department in a bank or corporate. The Certification also covers various financial products in the treasury department and the risk management techniques used in the treasury. A Vskills Certified treasury market professional finds employment in various retail banks, investment banks, research firms, and treasury departments of various MNCs. Why should one take this certification? To demonstrate clear understanding of treasury markets, risk management and various financial products traded in the treasury and to get a visible recognition for this knowledge Who will benefit from taking this certification? Students looking to find employment in treasury departments of banks and corporate treasuries, traders of various financial products, research analysts, teachers of finance, managers of companies who wish to understand various risk management products, owners of small and medium enterprises who want to have a better control over their cash management and anyone having interest in the Treasury Markets. Test Details: • • • Duration: 60 minutes No. of questions: 50 Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%); There is no negative marking in this module. Fee Structure: Rs. 2,000/- (Includes all taxes) Companies that hire Vskills Certified Treasury Markets Professional Vskills Certified Treasury Market Professionals might find employment in banks treasury departments, trading and research, regional treasuries of big banks. There is an employment scope in the corporate treasuries of big companies as well to manage general risk exposure. www.vskills.in
    • Certified Treasury Markets Professional Table of Content 1. Introduction Treasury Market 2. Treasury Management Roles/Functions of Treasury Management Scope of Treasury Management Objective of Treasury Management Treasury Risk Management 3. Treasury Policies and Procedures Working capital Policy and Procedure Cash Management Policy and Procedure Inventory Management Policy and Procedure Related Party Transaction Policy and Procedure Foreign Exchange Measurement Policy and Procedure Managing Bank Relationship Policy and Procedure Merchant Accounts Policy and Procedure Letters of Credit Policy and Procedure 4. Investment Market and its Operations Investment Environment Investment Process Classification of Investment activities Risk and Return Financial Market, Participants and Instruments 5. Security Market and Emerging Trends Role of SEBI Types of Share Market Primary Market Secondary Market Types of shares 6. Portfolio Management Portfolio Diversification Bonds and Debentures www.vskills.in
    • Certified Treasury Markets Professional 7. Derivatives Characteristics of Derivatives Types of Derivatives 8. Hedging Principles of hedging 9. Depository Services offered by a Depository Constituents of Depository System Dematerialization and Rematerialization 10. Mutual Funds Benefits of Mutual Funds Setting-up a Mutual Fund Procedure to invest in Mutual Funds schemes Types of Mutual Funds schemes Performance of Mutual Funds 11. Stock Exchange/ Screen Based Trading Demutualization of Stock Exchanges Types of stock exchanges 12. Foreign Capital issuance American Depository Receipt (ADR) American depository Shares (ADS) Global depository receipts (GDR) Investors 13. Investors protection, Grievance and Education Investor Protection Fund/Consumer Protection Fund (IPF/CPF) Investors’ Grievances Investor’s Education 14. Time Value of Money Compounding Techniques www.vskills.in
    • Certified Treasury Markets Professional 15. Ratio Analysis Procedure of Analysis of ratios Limitation of Financial Accounting Ratios Classification and Calculation of Ratios www.vskills.in
    • Certified Treasury Markets Professional Course Outline Understand the functioning of a treasury market Explain the need and purpose of planning, organizing and controlling of cash and borrowing by the means of treasury management Explain the role/functioning of treasury management Describes the and the scope of treasury management functions and the objective of treasury management Distinction between financial management and treasury management Explains the risk involved in Treasury management such as symmetric, asymmetric and market risk. Describes the treasury policies and procedures such as working capital policy, cash management policy, inventory management policy, related party transaction policy, foreign exchange management policy, managing bank relation policy, merchant account policy and letter of credit policy. Understand the Investment environment, investment process, motives of investment and the various factors of sound investment Classification and distinction between different investment activities Explains the concept of risk and return when investing in financial market Understand the current financial system, classification of Financial markets, members in the financial market and the various financial instruments used in the Financial Market Describes the Security Market and Emerging Trends, methods of issuing securities (Public issue through prospectus, offer for sale, private placement, offer through book-building process Understand the working of the primary market, methods of issuing securities in primary market Explains the process of Initial Public Offer (IPO), method of applying IPO, allotment of shares in IPO sales Understand the working of the secondary market, listing and delisting of securities Understand the distribution of Capital/Shares in an organization Understand the procedure of Portfolio Management, need and benefits of diversification Explain the various Debt instruments issued in the financial market and its features Describes the issue of Bonds and Debentures under primary and secondary market Explains the characteristics and features of derivatives Understand the functioning of the various types of financial derivatives such as forwards, futures, options and swaps Distinction between futures and options Explains the need and principles of Hedging Describes the need of a depository, services offered by a depository and the constituents of the depository system Explains the concept and need for Dematerialisation and Rematerialisation www.vskills.in
    • Certified Treasury Markets Professional Understand the benefits of investing in mutual funds, procedure of setting-up a mutual fund, types of mutual funds and the performance evaluation of mutual funds Understanding the different types of stock exchange, explains the trading system of NSE (NEAT ) Describes the drawback of not trading on a recognized stock exchange Explains the concept of foreign capital issuance and explains the functioning of ADR, ADS and GDR Explains the guidelines issued by SEBI to for Investors Protection, the procedure to resolve the investors grievance and educating the investor about its rights and responsibilities Understand the various compounding techniques to evaluate present and future value of money Explains the procedure of evaluating financial accounting ratios such as liquidity ratios, leverage ratios, profitability ratios and market value ratios. www.vskills.in
    • Certified Treasury Markets Professional Sample Questions 1. Earnings Per Share (EPS) is calculated by _________. A. Gross Profit / No. of equity shareholders B. Net Profit / No. of equity shareholders C. Gross Profit / No. of Ordinary shares outstanding D. Net Profit / No. of Ordinary shares outstanding 2. The future value of a Rs.10,000 investment done today, which gives an annual rate of return of 20% per annum, after one year should be ____________. ____________. A. Rs.12,000 B. Rs.12,250 C. Rs.12,500 D. Rs.12,600 3. Which of the following is not true about ADR? A. ADR represents the foreign shares of the company held on deposit by a custodian bank in the company's home country. B. An ADR is a U.S. dollar denominated form of equity ownership in a non-U.S. company. C. ADRs do not eliminate the currency risk associated with an investment in a non-U.S. company. D. ADRs may be used in public or private markets inside or outside US. 4. What does Demutualisation of stock exchanges refer to? A. The legal structure of an exchange whereby the ownership and the management at the exchange are segregated from one another B. The legal structure of an exchange whereby the ownership, the management and the trading rights at the exchange vests in one person C. The legal structure of an exchange whereby the ownership, the management and the trading rights at the exchange are segregated from one another D. None of the above 5. Arbitrageurs are one of the ________ in the derivatives markets. derivatives A. Participants B. Intermediaries C. Members D. None of the above Answers: 1 (D), 2 (A), 3 (D), 4 (C), 5 (A) www.vskills.in