student groups for this programme are financial services practitioners who need
to understand treasury from the customer’s perspective and would like to pursue
in-depth knowledge of banking and corporate treasury function in global
financial markets. Practitioners such as front office dealers, specialists in
treasury banking operations, corporate treasury specialists, treasury risk
analysts, treasury management product analysts, treasury and pension officers,
corporate treasury back office specialists, internal auditors in treasury
operations, or consultants are suitable to attend the programme.
programme provides theoretical frameworks, applications and strategies of
banking and corporate treasury management in global financial markets and
updated body of knowledge for TMA Level Two qualification. The programme covers
the measurement and management of treasury risk, as well as the nature and
operation of financial markets in future, options, swaps and other derivative
instruments and structured products, global code of conducts in banking and
corporate treasury management and global treasury compliance.
programme consists of 3 modules as follows:
Module 1: Banking and Corporate
Treasury Management (22 November 2019)
Module 2: Treasury Products
and Financial Risk Management (10 September 2019)
Module 3: Treasury Risk
Management and Compliance (15 July 2019)
There is a
total of 39 face-to-face teaching hours for each module.
will be assessed by continuous coursework (30%) and examinations (70%). All
modules will be assessed and examined in English.
This programme leads to the Postgraduate Certificate in Banking and
Corporate Treasury Management awarded within the HKU system through HKU SPACE. Candidates
completing this programme are eligible for admission as TMA Full Members in
meeting other criteria.
This programme is recognised
under the QF as level 6 qualification.
Applicants shall hold a bachelor’s degree awarded by a recognized
If the degree is from an institution where the language of teaching
and assessment is not English, applicants shall provide evidence of English
proficiency such as:
an overall band of 6.0
with no subtests lower than 5.5 in the IELTS;
a score of 550 in the
paper-based TOEFL, or a score of 213 in the computer-based TOEFL, or a score of
80 in the internet-based TOEFL;
HKALE Use of English at
English Language at Level 3 or above;
Applicants with other qualifications will be considered on individual
$6,240 per module
Please refer to HKU SPACE website as below:
Module1: 22 November 2019
Existing TMA Members are entitled to get 117 CPT (TMA) credits upon completion of this programme.