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Treasury Management Concepts





2014 Agenda

Continuing Education Credits

Hotel Information



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September 29-30, 2014
Hilton Garden Inn Portsmouth Downtown | Portsmouth, NH

Registration is now full. Please contact PDG if you would like to added to the waitlist.
phone: 812.339.6374
email: Kim@prodevmeetings.com

Benefits of attending:


  • Participants will gain a full understanding of the treasury management role in higher education.
  • Gain a broad understanding of the core components of the treasury office focused on short term investing, endowment investing and debt issuance and management.
  • Learn how treasury processes interact with entire educational institution.


This workshop will cover:


  • The role of treasury management within a higher educational institution
  • Investments: short-term and long-term vehicles and strategies
  • Endowments and connection to treasury management
  • Debt instruments and strategies, leasing, debt capacity, asset/liability management
  • Bonds: types, issuance and administration (underwriter, counsel, advisor)
  • Fraud in the treasury system
  • and more!


Who should attend:


  • New treasury professionals, working in one aspect of treasury, needing an overview of the many roles of their field
  • Non-treasury business, budgeting, accounting, internal audit and finance professionals of any level seeking to gain a broader understanding of this critical institutional support function and how business decisions affect treasury management



What to expect:


Our faculty members are not only highly experienced treasury professionals-they have strong expertise in presenting treasury material and have refined this workshop to provide the maximum educational benefit.


You will find the workshop moves quickly, guiding through a wide range of treasury functions and concepts. But, the atmosphere will be relaxed, you will be among other talented, motivated professionals and there will be time to network and ask questions.