Cash Management, Monitoring and Analysis for Oil & Gas Industry – BANDUNG



10 – 12 May 2011




IDR 7.250.000 / participant. Excluding VAT & Hotel Accommodation


Jamaluddin Siregar, BBA, Dipl.Th, Dipl. International Management, MBA

Mr. Jamaluddin obtained his BBA degree from Nommensen University Medan North Sumatera, and his Diploma International Management degree from AGSIM Arizona USA. He also obtained his Master Business Administration (MBA) degree from PLM, Manila, Philippines. He has more than 20 years professional experience combined in the area of Accounting, Taxation, Insurance and Internal Audit. His career was started as Accounting Head Department with HUFFCO Indonesia in 1984 and worked in various position, including 2 years as controller and 4 years as Finance Manager, etc. He also worked in VICO Indonesia as Accounting, Tax and insurance Manager in 2001, and his last position is Internal Audit Manager.

Additionally, Mr. Jamaluddin also had attended so many training development and workshop such as Treasury Management – The Euromoney Institute of Finance Singapore, General Insurance – Insurance Institute for Asia and the Pacific Manila Philippines, International Financial Management of Oil & Gas Industry UTD Dallas USA, Corporate Ethics & Governance Workshop, Innovative Audit Report Writing and many more


Can a profitable company with a positive net worth have a liquidity crisis? Without sound cash management, it not only can, but probably will. Every organization, large and small, must manage the generation and expenditure of cash to ensure that bills can be paid on time. This course will provide a strong fundamental and ground in cash management issues and practices. It will provide a foundation for appreciating and supporting cost reduction programs and other efforts to maintain appropriate levels of working capital.

As we move into the 21st century, the ability to leverage the financial resources including effective cash monitoring and management is becoming essential factors in every company’s ultimate success or failure. Decisions about personnel, drilling for reserves, production, acquiring or divesting assets; or forging strategic alliances are all financial in nature. An expanding global oil and gas economy has dramatically changed the role of finance functions magnitude of their affect throughout the company.


This workshop sets out to :
– Understand concepts and theory of cash management
– Understand the importance of firm’s cash collection and disbursement procedures
– Be able to quantitatively evaluate costs and benefits of cash management services
– Understand the logic behind cash management practices


– A great introduction to the cash monitoring and management practices in oil & gas industry
– Examples and case studies are customized
– Highly interactive for the participants
– Focuses on the cash cycle of a business and available methods for more efficient management
– Gain a broad scope and responsibility of the treasury function.


– Junior to middle management finance staff and managers preparing for taking role in cash monitoring and management function (treasury positions)
– Accountant, Financial Analyst, Business Analyst, Budget Analyst, Treasury Staff, and other finance function staffs.
– Non-financial staff and managers (Drilling and E&P Engineers, Logistic, Purchasing, Contract) at all levels who are interested to gain and upgrade their skills in cash monitoring and management.


Day One:
– Introduction
– Why a Company Holds Cash
– Objectives and Decisions
– Collection and Disbursement Procedures

Day Two:
– Managing the Cash Flow
– Electronic Funds Transfer
– Evaluation of Costs of Cash Management Services

Day Three :
– Cash Management Models
– Summary

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