Tue Nov 29 CET - Wed Nov 30 CET (in about 1 year)
In your timezone (EST): Tue Nov 29 4:00am - Wed Nov 30 12:00pm
The way to a modern, future-proof treasury system landscape.
The construction of a modern treasury system landscape offers immense advantages in the areas of automation, transparency and security - but it is also associated with a number of challenges. We show what state-of-the-art treasury system landscapes look like, what functions treasury management systems (TMS) offer and how successful implementation is possible. In doing so, we not only go into the functions in the areas of cash management, payment transactions, instrument management and risk management, but also examine the question of how the processes have to be designed in order to be able to be mapped on the system side.
• Use cases.
• Which subject areas does a TMS cover (and which not)?
• What are the benefits of a TMS?
• When does an introduction make sense?
• System implementation of selected processes.
• What system requirements do processes entail (e.g. payment transactions, cash management, transaction processing and business administration, liquidity planning, risk management)?
• Which functions does the TMS take on in detail?
•Which upstream and downstream systems need to be connected?
• Which prerequisites for an implementation have to be prepared in the process?
• Where are the stumbling blocks?
• Development of a treasury system landscape.
• What should a state-of-the-art system landscape in treasury look like?
• Which interfaces to upstream and downstream systems (e.g. ERP system, market data supplier, trading platform, etc.) have to be defined?
• Overview of system providers and pricing.
• Which providers offer which systems?
• What are the differences, strengths and weaknesses?
• Current developments in the market
• Which trends are recognizable in the market?
• How are new technologies used and for which issues does it make sense?
• Business case.
• How can the benefits of a TMS be evaluated?
• How can internal costs be assessed?
• System selection.
• How must a system selection be prepared?
• Which phases do you go through? What is to be considered?
Group of participants:
Employees and managers from the treasury department who are involved in the introduction of a treasury management system or who are working on the further development of the treasury system landscape.
The aim of the seminar is to familiarize the participants with the functional scope of current treasury systems. The focus is always on the user perspective and the question of how today's and future requirements can best be covered by a TMS.
Senior Consultant, Schwabe, Ley & Greiner