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Course Overview

Contents:

 Course Goals
 Course Objectives
 Course Content
 Course Overview Diagram
 Main Business Scenario

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Course Goals

This course will prepare you to:


 Explain how SAP Corporate Finance Management
can be used to ensure that short, medium and
long term payment flows and the related risks are
managed efficiently.

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Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to:


 Describe the interrelationships in the SAP CFM
Transaction Manager
 Set up the necessary structures for managing
liquidity in the short, medium and long term
 Explain the different ways of monitoring and
controlling market and credit risks
 Describe the objectives of the In-House Cash
application and how it works

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Course Content

Preface

Unit 1 Course Overview Unit 5 Financial Transactions in


the Medium and Long
Unit 2 Navigation Term

Unit 3 Overview of SAP Unit 6 Risk Management and


Corporate Finance Controlling Risk Positions
Management
Unit 7 Intra-Group and External
Unit 4 Liquidity Management in Payment Transactions
the Short and Medium Using In-House Cash
Term

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Course Overview Diagram

Introduction
Overview of SAP Corporate Finance Management
Liquidity Management in the Short and
Medium Term
Financial Transactions in the Medium and Long Term
Risk Management and Controlling Risk Positions
Intra-Group and External Payment Transactions Using
In-House Cash

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Main Business Scenario

 You are currently using or have successfully


implemented the SAP R/3 FI module and now want to
set up a system for managing your liquidity in the
short, medium and long term. You also want to make
use of risk management techniques.

Furthermore, you want to exploit synergies by


coordinating internal payment transactions within the
group and external payment transactions with third
parties.

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