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Bank of Ireland partners with Trinity Business School

Written by Robert McHugh, on 10th Jun 2019. Posted in General

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Bank of Ireland has announced details of a new ‘Treasury Academy’ in partnership with Trinity Business School. The Treasury Academy is aimed at equipping businesses to develop their understanding of treasury risks and solutions. 

The Treasury Academy is a key component of Bank of Ireland’s Financial Wellbeing Programme for businesses and a part of Trinity Business School executive education offering. 

A series of workshops will feature interactive sessions for individuals who want to develop their understanding of treasury strategies and risk management. The programme will be co-delivered by senior members of the Bank of Ireland Global Markets team and Trinity Business School professors practice professionals.

Attendees will cover a range of topics including: 
Economics & Markets Outlook
Treasury Policy and FX Hedging Strategies
Foreign Exchange Risk Management 
Interest Rate Risk Management
Treasury Accounting
Debt Financing 

All participants will receive a certificate in Executive Development from Trinity Business School upon completion of the day-long course. The next event in the series takes place on June 11th at Bank of Ireland Burlington Plaza in Dublin, with further events later in the year to take place in the new Business School building at Trinity College Dublin.

Speaking about the programme, CEO Markets and Treasury at Bank of Ireland, Sean Crowe said, "The management of financial risks is of critical importance for any company with exposures to the financial markets. Risks can arise across a number of areas including Foreign Exchange, Interest Rate Risk Management, Inflation and Debt Financing. To help our customers navigate these risks, we have co-developed the Bank of Ireland Treasury Academy with the Trinity Business School. Participants will enhance their understanding of treasury products and risk management solutions and contribute positively to the financial wellbeing of their business. We look forward to rolling this out in the coming months."

Director of Executive Education at Trinity Business School, Michael Flynn added, "We are delighted to enter in to this partnership with Bank of Ireland, co-delivering the Treasury Academy Programme and developing a programme that will benefit all who attend. Our team of world class lecturers look forward to contributing to the Academy over the coming months. Education is a key component of Bank of Ireland’s Financial Wellbeing Programme for businesses, and also underpins our objective of working closely with businesses at Trinity College Dublin. The Treasury Academy series has been tailored specifically for businesses and attendees are certain to gain an enhanced understanding of treasury strategies and risk management at these workshops."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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