Sunday CTP & FP&A

Sunday, April 2nd
Room 301
1:00pm – 3:30pm
Basic

Tyrone Gant, CTP, 1st Vice President, Sales Manager, Colorado Business Bank
Dubos Masson, Ph.D, CTP, CertICM, President, The Treasury Academy

Session Description

  • Dispelling Common Misconceptions About the CTP Exam
  • How ETM is Created & the CTP Exam is Developed
  • Successful Tips & Techniques for Preparing for & Passing the CTP Exam

This session will cover common misconceptions about the CTP Exam that lead candidates to make assumptions that are incorrect. Incorrect assumptions can set up candidates for failure even before they embark on a course of study and exam preparation. Learning how Essentials of Treasury Management (ETM5) is created and how the CTP Exam is developed is the starting point for enabling candidates to have a factual and realistic understanding of what they need to learn in order to earn the credential. This session also offers candidates proven tips and techniques for preparing for the CTP Exam and for ensuring the best chance of passing.

Note: For maximum benefit of material, the presenters of the CTP session request doors to close 10 minutes after the session begins.

Sunday, April 2nd
Room 303
1:00pm – 3:00pm
Intermediate

Dr. Matthew Hill, CMA, CTP, FP&A, Director, Arkansas State University Center for Treasury and Financial Analytics

Session Description

Items discussed include a review of:

  • The FP&A Learning System
  • The types of FP&A exam questions
  • Exam specs (Parts I and II)
  • What to expect on test day

Sunday, April 2nd
Room 301
3:15pm – 5:00pm
Basic

Tyrone Gant, CTP, 1st Vice President, Sales Manager, Colorado Business Bank
Dubos Masson, Ph.D, CTP, CertICM, President, The Treasury Academy

Session Description

  • ETM4-Ch 03: Banks and Financial Institutions
  • ETM4-Ch 04: Payment Systems
  • ETM4-Ch 07: Relationship Management and Vendor Selection

This session begins the coverage of the specific materials from ETM 5. In this session, banks and financial institutions will be discussed, as well as how various payment systems (both U.S. and global) operate. The session ends with a detailed discussion of relationship management, vendor selection and the calculations involved in bank account analysis statements.

Note: For maximum benefit of material, the presenters of the CTP session request doors to close 10 minutes after the session begins.

Sunday, April 2nd
Room 303
3:15pm – 5:00pm
Intermediate

Dr. Matthew Hill, CMA, CTP, FP&A, Director, Arkansas State University Center for Treasury and Financial Analytics

Session Description

This session focuses on the use of financial statements for financial planning and to evaluate the financial health of organizations. Specific topics covered include:

  • A review of financial statements
  • Calculation and interpretation of financial ratios
  • Using financial statements and ratios as tools for financial planning
NOTE: Session Handouts available where indicated

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