A specialist postgraduate degree in treasury management has been launched for financial professionals working in corporate and public sector treasury operations. The new MSc Corporate Treasury Management will run at London Metropolitan Business School from September 2008 and is the first specialist Masters degree for treasury professionals in London. There are full-time and part time study options for the course, which means that applicants working in the treasury sector can pursue the degree through evening lectures and time released from work. The MSc in Corporate Treasury Management will provide exemption from the Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT) Foundation examinations depending on the applicant’s first degree.
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