Corporate Investment and Treasury Management Program

Program Days:

Live Online

  • March 15, 18, 20, 22, 25, 27, 2024
  • April 1, 3, 2024
  • 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM

Face-to-Face On-campus

  • April 5, 2024
  • 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM


PHP 50,990.00 or USD 927.00*

*The prevailing exchange rate at the date of payment may apply.
Let us know if you are interested in availing of early bird/group discount or discuss payment terms

Program Overview

Investment Management, a branch of Finance, is an activity that is constantly shaped by external forces. The value of one’s investment is influenced by currency fluctuations, commodity price movements or regulatory measures. Bond prices, deposit and mortgage rates are directly affected whenever the central bank adjusts its policy rate. Moreover, the country’s macroeconomic fundamentals can either boost or weigh down on our investments.

Aside from these risk factors, developments overseas have profound impact over our financial assets. Oftentimes, the fate of the Philippine peso is determined by the direction of the U.S. dollar, the world’s reserve currency. Policy changes made by the U.S. Federal Reserve have far-reaching effect on our economy and investment decisions. Even geopolitical developments elsewhere create ripples that reach our shores and affect our investments. Indeed, asset prices constantly fluctuate, swayed by events and human behavior.

The interaction between investments and the external environment is not occasional or intermittent but constant and endless. It is the task of investment management to navigate through this ever-shifting currents so that an appropriate portfolio can be crafted to address a particular requirement.

This course provides an introduction to investment management and the principles of investing. It will cover various aspects of investing, including investment strategies, asset allocation, risk management, and portfolio management process. Additionally, the course will provide an overview of financial markets, securities, and investment instruments.

Program Objectives
  • Understand the principles of investing and investment management
  • Broader appreciation of financial markets and securities
  • Understand the role of risk management in investing
  • Learn about investment strategies, asset allocation and diversification
  • Deeper understanding of portfolio performance
  • Develop the ability to construct and manage an investment portfolio
What You Will Learn
  • Stocks, bonds and Exchange Traded Funds (ETF)
  • Equity and fixed income valuation methodologies
  • Investment strategies
  • Fund management styles
  • Modern Portfolio Theory
  • Risk management
  • Investment management process
  • Measuring portfolio return
Key Benefits
  • Better understanding of stocks, bonds and Exchange Traded Funds
  • Deeper knowledge of equity and fixed income valuation methodologies
  • Broader appreciation of Modern Portfolio Theory and the role of diversification and risk management
  • Enhanced knowledge of various investment strategies and fund management styles
  • Deeper understanding into the sources and determinants of portfolio performance
  • Ability to construct and manage an investment portfolio
Who Should Attend
  • Trust officers and staff
  • Treasury officers and staff
  • Corporate treasury officers and personnel
  • Individuals managing a family office
  • Individuals managing their own investment portfolio
  • Investment officers of insurance companies
  • Investment officers of pension funds and mutual funds