Corporate Treasury Forum 2007 (CT)

Venue: Hotel J W Marriott Hotel

Location: Mumbai, Maharashtra, India

Event Date/Time: Sep 27, 2007 End Date/Time: Sep 28, 2007
Registration Date: Sep 25, 2007
Early Registration Date: Aug 25, 2007
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Description

The Corporate Treasury Forum will bring together industry leaders in treasury management to share their views, experiences and expertise through sessions and in-depth case studies. At this conference the experts will discuss the entire gamut of activities involved in the important function of treasury management.


At the time of volatile interest and exchange rates companies need to take a closer look at their treasury and foreign exchange management functions to capitalize on the growth opportunities offered by the booming Indian economy. In the wake of global competition, economic uncertainty, tax law changes and ethical concerns over financial dealings the role of treasurer in an organisation has become more important, complex and demanding than ever.


The Corporate Treasury Forum also includes an interactive workshop on Forex Management to help you efficiently manage foreign exchange for your organisation. With the rising rupee there are new challenges and opportunities for your organisation to manage costs and increase profits. This workshop shifts the focus from the hype surrounding the appreciation of rupee to risk management and how your organisation can benefit from it.

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This two day forum provides a platform for CFO’s and Treasurers to discuss the best practices in treasury and risk management. This event will bring together the industry leaders in treasury management to discuss the best techniques and key developments in the areas of: ·Liquidity Management ·Working capital management ·Forex Management ·Currency, interest rate and commodity risks management ·Refining hedge strategies/processes ·Tightening global control and coordination ·Balancing financial providers relationships ·Enhancing cash flow forecasting / monitoring ·Improving operational risk controls · Leveraging technology for better efficiency · Outsourcing back room operations for cost effectiveness