WASHINGTON — BAFT, the leading global financial services association for international transaction banking, today announced the launch of its new Certificate in Advanced Cash Management (CACM), which includes a series of nine courses designed for individuals seeking to learn more about payments and treasury management. The certificate is tailored to those interested in expanding their careers in transaction banking, who have three or more years of cash management experience or have already completed the Certificate in Introductory Transaction Banking.
CACM will provide an in-depth understanding of cash management tools, techniques and best practices needed to be successful in various cash management disciplines. Learners will gain a deep understanding of treasury management and its impact on the financial ecosystem. The courses will also cover topics like liquidity management, information reporting, foreign exchange, correspondent banking and innovation.
“As someone with more than 20 years of experience in cash management and treasury, I believe this is an essential certification for Treasury professionals at both banks and mid-to-large-sized companies,” said Deepa Sinha, Vice President of Payments and Financial Crime, BAFT. “Transaction banking is a complex business, and it takes demonstrated expertise to master it. This course can help professionals reach the next level.”
The courses will be led by Barry Tooker, a recognized expert in wholesale banking who has been involved in payment operations and treasury services for global banks for more than 45 years.
The certificate courses will be available through BAFT’s Learning Management System and are expected to take 10 hours to complete. The final assessment will include 80 multiple choice questions and students must answer 80% correctly to pass and receive the certificate.
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BAFT, the leading global financial services association for international transaction banking, helps bridge solutions across financial institutions, service providers and the regulatory community that promote sound financial practices enabling innovation, efficiency, and commercial growth. BAFT engages on a wide range of topics affecting transaction banking, including trade finance, payments, and compliance.
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