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Liquidity and Cash Flow Management

Target Participants

Cash Management Team


Training Program

  • Date: September 2, 2017
  • Time: 8:30 - 16:30
  • Lunch: 12:00 - 13:30
  • Training Language: Khmer
  • Training Materials: English, Khmer

Deadline of registration: August 28, 2017

Registration

If you are interested, please fill our enrolment form and send to tauch.an@acledabank.com.kh or info@acleda-aib.edu.kh


Contact Persons

Mr. TAUCH An
Tel: +85­5 (0)15 600 185
E-mail: tauch.an@acledabank.com.kh

Mr. LONG Ratha
Tel: +85­5 (0)10 300 879
E-mail: info@acleda-aib.edu.kh


Training Venue

ACLEDA INSTITUTE OF BUSINESS, building #50, Street 516 Corner 335, 06 Village, Sangkat Boeng Kak 1, Khan Tuol Kork, Phnom Penh. See map.

Liquidity is like oxygen in a human body. Without sufficient liquidity, financial institutions (particularly banks and microfinance institutions) can collapse overnight, so focusing on sufficiency of the liquidity, but not much excess is a must for them. In order to make sure that you manage your company's liquidity and cash flow at your best for optimal profit with low risk, attending this class paves the ways to reach the objectives. Please note that this class benchmarks how ACLEDA bank manages its liquidity and cash flow.

Objectives

After completion of this course, the participants will be able to:

  • Realize the significance of liquidity management and ways the bank manage it
  • Measure liquidity in the balance sheet
  • Understand ways in which the bank forecast its cash flows
  • Plan vault cash and manage its movement effectively

Course Contents

  1. Introduction to liquidity management
    • Definition, objective and significance
    • The basic challenges of liquidity management
  2. Measurement of liquidity on the balance sheet
    • Asset liquidity measurement
    • Liability liquidity measurement
    • Combination of asset and liability measurement
  3. Cash flow forecasting
    • Definition
    • Benefits of cash flow forecasting
    • Cash flow forecasting methods
    • From simple cash flow to dynamic cash flow
    • Forecasting loan and deposit development in the future
    • Summary of cash flow forecasting
  4. Cash Movement Management
    • Vault cash limit
    • Physical cash movement process
    • Cash transportation

Training Fee

  • USD 85 per participant per training course.
  • USD 80 per participant for organization sending 3-5 participants to the course.
  • USD 75 per participant for organization sending 6 participants up to the course.

This fee includes training materials, refreshments, lunch and certificate.

Payment Condition: There is no charge for any cancellation which is made by the deadline of the registration. Cancellation after deadline of the registration and participants appearing without proper cancellation will be charged the full amount.

Methodology

The training workshop methodology will be focused on experience based and participatory approaches including brainstorming, group discussion, group work, sharing hand-on experience, real case studies, training game, participant's problem raised and addressed during training workshop.

Trainer

Mr. CHAN Hokleng, Senior Assistant Vice President and Assistant Head of Treasury Department

Born in 1982. He obtained a Degree of Master in Business Administration from Norton University in 2009. He graduated with a Degree of Bachelor in Business Administration majoring in Accounting and Finance at National University of Business in 2004. From 2004 he has attended numerous courses on Finance and Banking (Teller and Accounting Skills in particular), Training of Trainer, Management and Leadership skills, in Cambodia and overseas. He also completed courses on Certified Expert in Microfinance and Service Sector Innovation conducted by Frankfurt School of Business and Asia Productivity Organization respectively.

He started working with ACLEDA Bank Plc as an accountant in 2004 immediately after his bachelor's degree graduation. Then he was promoted to Assistant Vice President and Manager of District Cashier in 2010, to Assistant Vice President and Manager of Branch Cashier in 2012, and to senior faculty of ACLEDA Training Center in 2014. In addition, he has been assigned a member of the Bank's trainer team and delivered many training courses on Workflow of Teller, Technical Skill of Teller, Risk of Teller Operation, Customer Service, Cash Protection, Counterfeit Notes Detection and Assets and Liabilities Management Skill since 2010. He currently holds a position as senior assistant vice president and assistant head of treasury department since November 2016.


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