• Industry: Financial Services, Banking
  • Type: Event
  • Date: 9/02/2015

Financial Institutions Treasury Management Course 2015 

KPMG in conjunction with the University of Melbourne will run a Financial Institutions Treasury Management Course in Sydney.

The 3-day course facilitates intensive training in key aspects of financial risk management, instrument valuation, dealing with AASB139, AASB9 and treasury controls, ensuring its status as a unique training opportunity.


The course is designed to provide hands-on training to officers and management in banks, credit unions, building societies or other nonbank financial institutions (FIs).

This course will assist participants to:

  • identify and develop key strategies for financial risk management in FIs
  • understand the valuation of financial instruments
  • become familiar with the practical requirements of the accounting standards AASB139 and AASB9
  • understand the market terminology associated with, and uses of financial instruments
  • apply the principles in a half day case study.


Participants will:

  • have the opportunity to network with other finance and treasury practitioners
  • receive an update on the current conditions in capital markets and bank debt markets.


The course contributes towards meeting the professional development requirements of various professional associations.



Sydney: 22–24 June 2015


Further information

For further information on the course, including location, cost and registration details, please view the course program [PDF 128KB].



All registrations and queries can be directed to Danielle Boardman of the University of Melbourne on +61 3 9810 3237.



Register online

Register for this course using the online registration form, or alternatively, use the attached PDF registration form.

Treasury Management Course 2015

Treasury Management Course 2015
This 3-day course provides intensive training in key aspects of treasury risk management.

Financial Risk Management

KPMG’s Financial Risk Management group assists organisations to reinforce and enhance their in-house risk management and compliance resources.

Financial Services

Our Financial Services practice can help financial institutions make better decisions about performance, growth, governance and prudential matters.