Corporate Treasury & Cash Management Forum
|Event Date/Time: Apr 26, 2012||End Date/Time: Apr 27, 2012|
Full of top experts and ground breaking debates, it will definitely inspire you. Listen to 12+ speakers revealing their honest insights into their companies. Explore this great opportunity to network and gain contacts and simply combine business with pleasure in lovely Amsterdam.
FOCUSED ON INTERACTIVE DISCUSSIONS
Do not miss 4 focused panel discussions. Debate about: getting as liquid as you can, turning treasury re-engineering from a nightmare into a success story, trends in payment instruments, on-going industry initiatives and technologiesâ€¦
How can treasury add value to the Business by Phil John, MARS, The Netherlands
Embarking on a Treasury Re-engineering Project by Michel Verholen, Greif, Belgium
â€¦and many more
The world of Treasury and Cash Management is undergoing many changes, some of which are notably dramatic and significant.
The operating environment is becoming more complex â€“ new regulations, sovereign debt crises, the permanent threat of external shocks, just to name a few factors, are placing treasury departments under constant pressure. Corporationsâ€™ main priorities are shifting: companies put emphasis on cost reduction, improving competitiveness of the business and strengthening the groupâ€™s financial position. They want total cash visibility, as much STP as possible, standardization and automation. Therefore, the strategic goals for Treasury and Cash Management should definitely embrace improved liquidity, enhanced working capital, lower cost structures, an optimized supply chain, and staying ready for innovation and new technology.
Strengthen the Treasuryâ€™s Strategic Role within Your Company: Adding Value to the Business
Treasury of Excellence â€“ Mastering change management
Embark on a Successful Treasury Re-engineering Project
Reconsider the Centralization vs. Decentralization Puzzle
Calibrate the B2B Relationship with Your Bank
Keep Pace with the Altering European Payments Infrastructure
Benefit from Early Adoption of Innovation and Technology Novelties
Deal Effectively with Liquidity, Trapped Cash and Funding
Enhance Mutual Co-operation between Tax & Treasury Departments