Treasury & Capital Market

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Treasury management includes the management of any organisation’s liquidity and mitigating operational, financial and reputational risk. It includes collection, disbursement, investment and funding activities of an organisation. Financial organisations like banks have large departments handling treasury. Capital markets are financial markets used for buying and selling equity-backed securities and long-term debt instruments.

Demand for people trained to work in the financial services sector is growing steadily. Our programme in Treasury and capital markets is designed to give you an understanding of the treasury management, financial services industry, functioning of the capital market and investment banking.

It is well suited for those students who are desirous to work in the retail banking, capital market, treasury or financial services sector.

Treasury and capital market professionals work for banks, insurance companies, capital market, investment firms, money market and private corporations. Some even work as independent financial planners and consultants.

Full Time Programmes

For Graduates
Professional Programme in Business Management with specialisation in Finance

For 10+2
Professional Programme in Business Management with specialisation in Finance (Integrated)
Deliverables             Content
Treasury StructureBasis Purpose of Treasury function, Finalising Sources, Functions of a treasurer- Mobilising Resources from various internal and external sources, Responsibilities of a treasurer
Integrated TreasuryIntegrating various sources of treasury, planning for risk and control, Treasury details in outsourcing funds from institutional agencies; Theories & practice, Approvals procurement from SEBI and the Ministry of Finance of the Central Government.
Liquidity managementIntroduction to liquidity, Debt Equity ratio. Inflow and outflow of funds and capital budgeting decisions, CRR/ CCIL/ RTGS Objectives, sources and deployment, Financial Institutions regulations.
Integrated TreasuryLegislative restrictions and compliance is to be ensured. Regulation, supervision and compliance of treasury functions, Negotiating with Financial institutions, Lead Banks and International Agencies, Monitoring Treasury Functions.
Bond dynamicsConditions enumerated by RBI, Finance Ministry. Methods for Bond Dynamics and implementation. Bond holders interest.
Accounting valuationAccounting Valuation as per regulator guidelines. Practical and advanced aspects of accounting valuation, Implementation.
Employer's Council Members
Mr. Amit Kumar GoelAsst Vice President, Citibank
Mr. Anand SankheCorporate Finance and Investment Banking, PricewaterhouseCoopers Pvt. Ltd.
Mr. Atul VarmaAdvisor, ARCIL
Mr. Behram SabawalaChief Finance Officer, UPBG & EPBG Division, Voltas Ltd.
Mr. G. ShivkumarHead Financial Controlling, ACC Ltd.
Mr. Ganesh GanapathyCFO Global, Essel Propack
Mr. Gaurang ShahManaging Director, Kotak Mahindra Old Mutual Life Insurance Ltd.
Mr. Manek KalyaniwalaExecutive Vice President(Finance) and CFO, Blue Star Ltd.
Mr. Milan GanatraAsst Vice President, Citibank
Mr. Mohit AgarwalFinance Manager(West), ITC Ltd.
Mr. Moni Rajput Cluster Head, Barclays Finance
Mr. Mukul GulatiManaging Director, Zephyr Peacock
Mr. Pradeep GaitondeSenior General Manager, Corporate Finance, Tata Consultancy Services Ltd.
Mr. R.GovindanGeneral Manager, Corporate Finance, Larsen & Tourbro Ltd.
Mr. S. KrishnanChief Finance Officer, Siemens Ltd.
Mr. S.RanganathanHead Research, LKP Securities Ltd.
Mr. Sandeep BatraDirector, Finance, Pidilite Industries
Mr. Sankalp MishraVice President IndiaBulls
Mr. Vivek GuptaPartner, BMR & Associates
Mr. P.K. ShrivastavBusiness Head (BOP) KEC RPG Group
Mr. Siva Rama KrishnanExecutive Director - PWC
Mr. Deeptan ChakravortyHead Investment Advisory Services, Standard Chartered
Mr. Vishal DixitVice President, Zypher