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Title Name Amity Solved Assignment MFM 4th Sem for Treasury Management
University AMITY
Service Type Assignment
Course Master-in-Finance-Management-(MFM)
Semester Semester-IV Course: Master-in-Finance-Management-(MFM)
Session 2016-2017
Short Name or Subject Code Treasury Management
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  Questions :-

                                                                                                   Treasury Management


  1. What do you understand by integred treasury ? What are the functions of integrated treasury ?
  2. Discuss and explain the role of RBI. And, what are the guidelines given by RBI for risk management.
  3. What are the different types of netting Systems ?
  4. What is the role of information technology intreasury management ? What is the likely future trend of IT Applications in Banks for improving treasury Operations ?
  5. Define treasury management . Describe treasury responsibilities.





Case Detail:                                                                  Case study

(a) A newly opened bank with paid-up capital of Rs. 500/- crores and deposits amounting to Rs. 500/- crores wants to take up treasury operations. Outline the organizational set-up for the purpose.

(b) State whether the following statements are true or false:-

(i) A perfect hedge of asset A requires an asset B that is perfectly correlated with

(ii) Purchase of a future contract involves payment now for delivery at a future date.

(iii) Holder of a financial futures contract misses out on any dividend or interest payment made on the underlying security.

Question No.  

  1. What is RTGS ? What is the most important risk associated with the netsettlement system? How does RTGS overcome this risk?
  2. Define rate sensitive asset and liability. State the components of interest rate risk. 
  3. What are different kinds of treasury instruments? How are forwards different from future. Explain with example.                                                                                       




Question No: 1

Treasury is a values-based organisation and our decisions and behaviours are guided by

  4. ALL



Question No: 2

The Department of Treasury and Finance is responsible to both the Treasurer and the Minister for Finance.

  1. TRUE
  2. FALSE
  3. depends on the company
  4. can´t say



Question No: 3

For liquidity management, the main aims were for establishment and maintenance of an access to ………. term financing options

  1. short
  2. long
  3. medium
  4. all



Question No: 4

The main objective of yield management is to optimise ………... resources

  1. cash
  2. capital
  3. stock
  4. securities



Question No: 5

Loan syndication helps

  1. companies
  2. Government
  3. SEBI
  4. stock exchange



Question No: 6

It entails management of an enterprise´s holdings and entails activities such as trading in bonds, currencies, financial derivatives and also encompasses the associated financial risk management

  1. Treasury mgmt.
  2. syndication
  3. counselling
  4. book building



Question No: 7

The main objectives of treasury management are to ………..down the complicated formulae involved in the service.

  1. break
  2. join
  3. merger
  4. hire purchase



Question No: 8

………..includes management of an enterprise´s holdings, with the ultimate goal of maximizing the firm´s liquidity and mitigating its operational, financial and reputational risk.

  1. Treasury mgmt.
  2. syndication
  3. counselling
  4. book building



Question No: 9

Treasury management includes

  1. Liquidity mgmt.
  2. Yield mgmt.
  3. both of the above
  4. none of the above



Question No: 10

SEBI regulates

  1. price of securities
  2. buying and selling of securities
  3. buyers of securities



Question No: 11

Treasury Management includes

  1. firm´s collections
  2. disbursements
  3. funding
  4. all



Question No: 12

GDR is

  1. global deposits record
  2. global depository receipts
  3. gross domestic record
  4. gross deposit receipts



Question No: 13

GDR is used to

  1. invest in assets
  2. Raise money from public
  3. Issue stocks
  4. sell products



Question No: 14

Feasibility study includes:

  1. economic feasibility
  2. technical feasibility
  3. commercial feasibility
  4. all of the above



Question No: 15

Credit rating

  1. reduces default risk
  2. helps issuers ensure their creditworthiness
  3. helps investors inform about company´s credentials
  4. all of the above



Question No: 16

…………. is essentially a process used by companies raising capital through Public Offerings

  1. Book Building
  2. Loan syndication
  3. venture capital
  4. mergers



Question No: 17

Price band is used for which process?

  1. Appraisal
  2. syndication
  3. counselling
  4. book building



Question No: 18

One difference between a financial lease and operating lease is that:

  1. There is an often a call option in a financial lease.
  2. there is often an option to buy in an operating lease
  3. An operating lease is often cancellable by the lessee.
  4. A financial lease is often cancellable by the lessee.



Question No: 19

What is a trust that pools the savings of a number of investors who share a common financial goal?

  1. lease
  2. venture capital
  3. mutual fund
  4. syndication



Question No: 20

SPV in securitisation is

  1. Special purpose van
  2. special purpose vehicle
  3. special public vehicle
  4. specific purpose van



Question No: 21

Which lease is commonly used to acquire equipment on a relatively short-term basis?

  1. Operating
  2. Financial
  3. Cancellable
  4. non-cancellable



Question No: 22

Credit rating is assigned to

  1. company
  2. group
  3. financial instrument
  4. managers



Question No: 23

Breakeven is a point of

  1. no profits
  2. no losses
  3. no profits no losses
  4. all losses



Question No: 24

Advantages of mutual funds

  1. professional diversification
  2. liquidity
  3. flexibility
  4. all of the above



Question No: 25

What is the price at which units under open-ended schemes are repurchased by the Mutual Fund?

  1. NAV
  2. repurchase price
  3. redemption price
  4. sales load



Question No: 26

What is a charge collected by a scheme when it buys back the units from the unit holders.

  1. Front end load
  2. repurchase price
  3. redemption price
  4. back end load



Question No: 27

Close ended schemes have

  1. no entry load
  2. no exit load
  3. both of the above
  4. none of the above



Question No: 28

Balanced funds have the features of

  1. income funds
  2. growth funds
  3. both of the above
  4. none of the above



Question No: 29

Money collected from mutual fund is invested in

  2. debentures
  3. tax saving bonds
  4. all of the above



Question No: 30

In larger firms, it may also include trading in bonds, currencies, financial derivatives and the associated financial risk management.

  1. TRUE
  2. FALSE
  3. depends on the company
  4. can´t say



Question No: 31

A poor credit rating indicates

  1. high risk of default
  2. low risk of default
  3. high creditworthiness
  4. high net worth



Question No: 32

Credit ratings are calculated from financial history and ……….

  1. current assets
  2. current liabilities
  3. current assets and liabilities
  4. fixed assets



Question No: 33

Which is the financial practice of pooling various types of contractual debt such as residential mortgages?

  1. Securitization
  2. credit rating
  3. lease
  4. hire purchase



Question No: 34

Which of the following is the credit rating of a sovereign entity, i.e. a national government?

  1. A sovereign credit rating
  2. bond credit rating
  3. corporate credit rating
  4. debtor credit rating



Question No: 35

Public issue of common shares is essentially carried out in two ways:

  1. current price and syndication
  2. Fixed price and book building
  3. corporate counselling
  4. lease



Question No: 36

IPO helps issue

  2. debentures
  3. fixed deposits
  4. loans



Question No: 37

IPOs are issued in

  1. capital market
  2. bond markets
  3. debt markets
  4. Companies



Question No: 38

Factoring helps selling

  1. receivables
  2. payables
  3. products
  4. services



Question No: 39

Mutual funds are checked by

  1. SEBI
  2. AMFI
  3. NCLT
  4. CLB



Question No: 40

Investment in mutual funds is

  1. common portfolio
  2. diversified portfolio
  3. single portfolio
  4. single security


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