Effective Treasury, Risk & Cash Management in Asia

London, United Kingdom, September 2017

Engage, optimise and control your Asia treasury from a distance

Are you sitting in Europe while your cash and risk exposures are in Asia (including China)? The region offers many different growth opportunities but also specific challenges. You may have people on the ground, but managing at a distance is hard to master and the information you need is not always immediately to hand.

Multiple currencies, tax and regulatory restrictions and diverse macroeconomic outlooks are one layer of complication. On top of that, a lack of homogenous bank presence and technology infrastructure often leaves corporate treasuries guessing when it comes to managing cash in the region. You need to have the answers ready when the business asks specific questions about Asia. And crucially, how do you get cash in and out of the countries? Tax and regulations change fast and you need to be up to date.

You need to understand whether you can hedge cash flows and how. And if necessary, which countries present the best opportunities to set up a regional treasury and where should you house your China treasury?

EuroFinance has designed this one-day conference to allow you to compare practices, get up to date and hear answers from other treasurers and finance professionals with on the ground experience in Asia.

Who should attend?

  • Corporate treasury and finance professionals who are responsible for their company’s Asia/China operations – whether you are already in Asia or are thinking about it. CFOs, corporate treasurers and risk managers, import/export managers, trade specialists.
  • Product, sales and marketing teams from financial institutions and service providers who want to meet with corporate treasurers and better understand the challenges they face in Asia.

What some of our conference delegates say about us

"An excellent platform for networking with peers and sharing economic data and best practice real life case studies. Best in the class for this type of event!"

"The speakers were very knowledgeable in their fields and made good use of practical examples in their presentations."