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2022 Agenda

Please note that the agenda below is the 2022 programme, which has now passed.

The drive to digitization in business and treasury accelerated through the pandemic period, with the automation of functions high on the agenda of treasury leaders. In this stream we explore the components of the digital treasury, including the building of deep data pools to feed AI systems in cash management and forecasting, APIs and RPAs in payments, cloud technologies and TMS systems, and ask treasurers how they manage digitization projects.

As the US economy rebounds and leads global growth, treasurers of high growth companies will play a strategic role. In this stream treasurers discuss their strategies in supporting business growth, including managing both debt and equity financing, managing liquidity risk through change, and investing for growth.

The pandemic era has witnessed dramatic shifts in working patterns and practices with a fundamental redesign and rerouting of workflow in many aspects of treasury operations. Improvisation in remote situations in 2020 has given way to innovation in virtual operations in 2021, as treasurers embed new ways of working driven by technology solutions. In this stream, we look around the new transformed virtual treasuries, and the new ways teams now work together.

The day-to-day business of treasury is paramount and pressing above all future projects. In this steam we ask treasurers how they are managing their daily functions, in cash management and forecasting, in liquidity and risk management and reporting within high growth companies, to share practical insight into how best achieve operational efficiencies in core functions.

8:00am -9:00am

Registration and light breakfast

9:00am -9:05am

Welcome address

9:05am -9:45am

Managing international growth now

US companies are part of an economy that is set to grow by 4% in 2022 as markets continue to bounce back from the pandemic, against a global average of 4.4%, according to IMF projections. Whilst the historical low interest rate environment has kept the cost of capital down, inflationary headwinds are increasing the upward rate pressure on the Fed. So the conditions for domestic expansion are, on the face of it, good. Yet international expansion is beset with challenges of the lingering pandemic in developing markets, global supply shortages, as well as ongoing travel restrictions, and most recently conflict in Ukraine and Russian sanctions. The uncertainty that still pervades global markets means that managing international growth now is walking a fine line between risk and opportunity. In this session treasurers discuss their role in evaluating the risks in international expansion and the ways that they seek to de-risk the path to liquidity and flow in new markets.

  • Candace Guertin

    Vice president, treasury, Impossible Foods Inc.

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  • Guillermo Viveros

    VP, treasurer, Infoblox

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Moderator
9:45am -10:30am

Embedding risk in workflow redesign

How do you make treasury risk work in the new world? For the team, it’s a process of working out new processes to flag risks. It doesn’t sound particularly exciting. Everyone in their own way is examining risk processes and trying to work it out. For instance, how do you action the approvals and get all the documents in place in a new workflow shape, given that the team is remote? Who needs to see the data and when do they need to see it? Who makes the risk assessment, and what is the decision-making process around risk in activities such as investments, counterparties, or FX trades? How do you assess the risks, and then execute the trade at the end of the process when the team is not together? Which risks are communicated or flagged in a workflow scenario? So if you have an action, it could be an investment decision, or it could be a supplier decision. How do you then in a remote environment where you’re not in the office, where you haven’t got face to face meetings, how do you embed risk management decisions in the workflow? As humans, when we’re face to face, you see something new and then get to see the reaction of the other person and see the body language and you can make a judgement call on whether your message has been interpreted or not and whether risks have been understood. These new challenges in risk will be discussed in this panel.

  • Cathy Fields

    Assistant treasurer, senior director of global risk management, Hitachi Vantara

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  • Ivan Troufanov

    VP, corporate treasurer, Celonis, Inc.

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Moderator
10:30am -11:00am

Networking break

11:00am -11:45am

Making the best of what you have got

Perhaps it’s a myth that humans only use 20% of their brain power, but it’s more likely that many treasurers only use 20 percent of their TMS! With so much potentially under utilised capacity – why go out and get more? Is it not more efficient to make better use of what you already have? Making an objective to fully leverage what you have, makes sense when there is a good chance that there is functionality that you have already paid for that you are not using, and there are elements and capacity that the team have not fully explored. In some cases, treasury may have overbought the functionality needed, and have yet to discover and realise what tools are not currently being used. This project of discovery requires expertise and guidance. In this session treasurers who have leveraged the power of their systems to achieve new treasury objectives, instead of buying more out of the box functionality, share their experiences.

Moderator
11:00am -11:45am

Strategies for safeguarding liquidity in risk scenarios

With ongoing uncertainties in global markets, where supply and demand risk remain, there is an elevated counterparty risk environment that is challenging to manage from a treasury perspective. Where business is transacted in foreign currencies, FX risks are elevated, especially in developing markets. There are risks with suppliers that might have production or distribution issues, and there are risks with securities that have potential underlying credit issues, or are not generating yield. There are also counterparty risks in derivative positions and future trades, and there is credit default risk. Developing strategies to manage and mitigate counterparty risks have become increasingly critical as we move through this ongoing uncertainty into the global recovery. Critically important is the need to assess and monitor the threat of counterparty risk to liquidity positions and how to mitigate liquidity risks. In this session, treasurers discuss the spectrum of counterparty risk and how they put safeguards to liquidity in place to ensure continuity in default scenarios.

  • Mandana Sadigh

    SVP, corporate treasurer, Mattel Inc.

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  • Priti Kartik

    Head of treasury, Crowdstrike

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Moderator
11:45am -12:30pm

Big and small: scaling marketplaces with payments

One of the many great features of this conference is that we have small companies and large companies speaking and sharing their payments experiences. New and emerging marketplace teams are hungry to learn from those who have done it already and in this session we’ll look at two options: the ‘big’ companies who are now established builders after years of success and the ‘small’ entrepreneurial disruptors who have recently scaled from start-up. At the core of this growth are payments, and in this session we blend the views from big and small marketplaces, to share their thoughts not only on traditional vs disruptive strategies but also on how they can best learn and share payments philosophies, approaches, experiences and visions.

  • Shalu Attri

    Global business development, payments, eBay

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  • Batyr Jorayev

    Treasury director, Udemy

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Moderator
  • Sanjay Saraf

    Managing director, J.P. Morgan

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11:45am -12:30pm

SPACs, IPOs/direct listings: tales from the frontline

For treasurers, the prospect of a PE buyout, an IPO, or SPAC acquisition, probably just means no sleep until the deal is done. PE activity is heightened, SPACs are rising, so if you are a fast-growth company, you are on the acquisitions radar of competitors. As a treasurer in this scenario, how do you prepare for the almost inevitable eventuality that the business will be bought and acquired, and then very possibly listed? In this session we track the trends in both SPACs and IPOs/listings, the treasurer’s role in the process, in cash reporting and forecasting, and systems integration, and hear case studies (or war stories) of treasurers that survived to tell the tale.

  • Robert Lau

    VP & treasurer, Informatica

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  • Jack Bryan

    VP treasury, Payoneer

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Moderator
12:30pm -1:15pm

Opportunities and challenges in the current market: Managing risk in a new world

Many corporates are experiencing an increased demand for their products/services, with an evolving global footprint of operations. In the current environment, that’s paired with rising rates, currency volatility, and price inflation. As the markets shift in historically significant ways, financial risk management professionals are taking a fresh look at their risk landscapes and driving meaningful change to adapt. Join this panel discussion of corporate practitioners to explore how organizations are addressing these challenges head on.

Moderator
  • Amanda Breslin

    MD, Chatham Financial

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12:30pm -1:15pm

Fintechs: friend or frenemy?

The explosion of the fintech world has given rise to a plethora of choices for treasurers in everything from cash management to supplier onboarding. Fintechs have the grace of freedom and flexibility to develop innovative ideas, and unregulated entities have more scope to be innovative than regulated banking partners. In theory, it would be possible to assemble every treasury function (except regulated deposits and investments) with fintech solutions outside of regulated banking services. Such an experiment in a treasury lab might bring fascinating results but would such a set-up work in the real world? Can fintechs be part of the treasury solution or do they potentially cause disruption for treasurers and their banking partners? Fintechs competing in the treasury services space might be frenemies of banks but can they be the treasurer’s friend? In this session. we see just how far treasury can build out with fintechs and the opportunities and obstacles on the way.

  • Christian Bauwens

    SVP & treasurer, Head of GBS finance, Flex

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  • Edward Moselle

    Director of treasury risk & AR, Quidel

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Moderator
1:15pm

Lunch

2:15pm -3:00pm

Treasury and payments partnerships – Key frontline business enablers

As rapidly evolving technologies fuel an ongoing digital transformation across sectors, this gives rise to a new way of growth – through different business models, changing customer expectations and new payment rails. To keep up with these business realities, there needs to be a fundamental shift in the role of Treasury within an organization. Treasury can no longer exist primarily to manage funding and cash flow, but instead has to become a critical partner to the front line in collaboration with the Payments Partnerships organization. Business and Sales teams are becoming increasingly reliant on Treasury and Partnerships to advise them on topics such as ease of doing business, invoicing mechanisms and emerging payment methods, as this fundamentally affects their customer offering in new markets. In this session, we will hear from professionals across Treasury and Partnerships teams who have transformed their role into a frontline business enabler, making strategic decisions that support growth of their business globally.

  • Geetha Panchapakesan

    VP of financial partnerships, Circle

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  • Anand Natarajan

    TMT and fintech cash management lead, Standard Chartered

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  • Kirti Sinha

    Senior treasury manager, Google

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2:15pm -3:00pm

Models for remote treasury teams

Treasury operational models are undergoing something of a revolution due to remote working and the prevailing sense that teams are unlikely to be physically together 9-5 in the future. The curious limbo that the treasury team finds itself in is the uncertainty of who will be where and when, and if this remote state is temporary or permanent. Work never really stops because the office is at home. The day starts early to accommodate Europe, but it also ends late to accommodate Asia, in virtual mode. Now the treasury seems more akin to FX trading where you could trade around the clock, by having a distributed workforce that provides coverage throughout different time zones. Yet remote working misses intangible things that an in person environment provides, especially when treasury leaders are trying to teach or, or create a culture or a dynamic within the team. And then there is the challenge of assimilating someone new from the outside, especially a new young college graduate. How do you create an environment that mimics the spontaneous ‘hey, what’s going on there?’, or talk over your cube or you bump into each other in the company work room. All those little conversations lead to big learnings. In this session treasury team leaders discuss strategies for managing remote teams and reflect on how team communication and working practices might evolve in the future post-pandemic world.

  • Lin Yang

    Senior director, assistant treasurer, VMware

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  • Matt Martin

    Senior treasury manager, Shopify

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  • Pedro Barros

    VP of finance, Remote

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Moderator
3:00pm -3:45pm

Improving liquidity management in a world of faster payments: key treasury strategies

The speed of payments is accelerating, driven by technological advances and regulatory enablers that are transforming transactions. From frictionless payments that utilise digital architecture, to embedded payments that originate from non-financial merchants, real time faster payments are now core to Treasury transition. Artificial intelligence (AI) engines that pattern payments and predict cash positions through data analysis and data sharing with buyers and suppliers now feed Treasury liquidity risk and cash management dashboards. In this evolving environment, treasurers are able to achieve real time intraday visibility of cash positions, and glean greater insights into current liquidity positions. In the US, the roll out of faster payments comes after successful implementation in several countries. Yet the reach of these technological advances is not universal and for multinational companies operating in complex countries, the pace of transformation can be challenging. For smaller companies too, payments technologies hold great potential, yet to maximise the liquidity benefits can be a resource stretch. Greater visibility of cash positions across global accounts also empowers the treasury to make informed and timely investment decisions from overnight deposits to short term securities in US markets, to deploy funds efficiently for outgoing payments and maximise yield on liquidity. Treasury is compelled to work even more closely with internal business lines to optimise forecasted needs. In this session, we hear from treasury leaders and their banking and investment partners, on how the virtuous cycle of payments, liquidity and investments, across multiple sectors, geographies and company sizes, is enhancing treasury performance and yield.

  • Timanto Marima

    Director, CTG business development, BNY Mellon

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  • Cheryl Gurz

    VP RTP product manager, The Clearing House

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  • Bill Wittress

    Executive vp, Transcard

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  • Greg Bloh

    CEO, Transcard

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Moderator
  • Mark Brousseau

    President, Brousseau & Associates

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3:00pm -3:45pm

Leveraging technology to optimize global cash management

Recent technological advances in treasury cash management systems are enabling treasurers to evolve solutions that enhance real time cash visibility and reporting across the business. Critical components in the evolution of systems include AI that analyses and predicts cash positions, machine learning that identifies payment patterns and robotic processing that automates tasks. Cash reporting feeds from workstation solutions into data lakes and enterprise wide systems create a cycle of cash intelligence and visibility that is now a core skill in cash management operations. In this session Jim Scurlock walks through the new technologies emerging in cash management and the skills needed to develop cash reporting systems in the next generation of treasury.

  • Jim Scurlock

    Treasurer, DataRobot

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3:45pm -4:15pm

Networking break

4:15pm -5:00pm

An audience with futurists

To say that giant tech companies now dominate the planet would be an understatement, because they also seek to dominate space – just look at the SpaceX contract with NASA, for example, or the recent Blue Origin space flight. We are not forgetting this is a treasury conference here. Facebook is launching a cryptocurrency where users can pay each other with a stablecoin named Diem, (after Libra’s false start). And what works in the consumer space in terms of payment technologies, is invariably adapted to business payments. But we are not forgetting that this is a futurists session. So what is the connection? The transfer of value in the world of the future may not look like the money we know today. And what we produce, and how we work and live may need to be radically different in the face of existential threats, including climate change. In this session, futurists think aloud on the big issues facing humanity and the impacts on corporations and treasury.

  • Amish Parashar

    CEO, Explorers' Lab

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Moderator
5:00pm -6:00pm

Networking Reception

6:30pm

Adjourn to day 2

The pandemic era has witnessed dramatic shifts in working patterns and practices with a fundamental redesign and rerouting of workflow in many aspects of treasury operations. Improvisation in remote situations in 2020 has given way to innovation in virtual operations in 2021, as treasurers embed new ways of working driven by technology solutions. In this stream, we look around the new transformed virtual treasuries, and the new ways teams now work together.

The day-to-day business of treasury is paramount and pressing above all future projects. In this steam we ask treasurers how they are managing their daily functions, in cash management and forecasting, in liquidity and risk management and reporting within high growth companies, to share practical insight into how best achieve operational efficiencies in core functions.

8:00am -9:00am

Registration

9:00am -9:45am

The evolution of treasury and transaction services: bank perspectives

Treasury and transaction services are rapidly evolving driven by technological innovation, regulation and competition across the spectrum of products including cash management, virtual accounts and payments. In this session banks discuss how technologies are transforming services and how the next evolution of products will better serve clients

  • Gourang Shah

    Global head of treasury and shared service center advisory, J.P. Morgan

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  • Tiffany Wan

    MD, treasury product executive, global transaction services, Bank of America

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  • George Lee

    MD, head of transaction banking & cash management, Americas, Standard Chartered

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  • Bruno Mellado

    Head of Payments & Collections – Cash Management Competence Centre, BNP Paribas

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Moderator
9:45am -10:30am

Political tensions and tightening regulation: what do we need to look out for in 2022?

Recent events in Europe presage a new era in terms of how states align and interact with one another, their companies – and their adversaries’ companies. Many of the assumptions underpinning business and investor worldviews have dissolved – conflict in Ukraine, supply chain disruptions and escalating tensions between the US and China are the pre-eminent examples challenging the received wisdom of economic co-dependence. Regulatory changes around data, tax, trade and ESG have the potential to directly and immediately change the value propositions of specific business models. Understanding political and geopolitical risks has therefore become paramount to business strategy, operations as well as individual deals. As corporate decision makers take a wider view of their potential exposure to political risk this session will explore 2022’s new complexities and how to manage them.

  • Dane Chamorro

    Partner, global risk & intelligence, Control Risks

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Moderator
10:30am -11:00am

Networking break

11:00am -11:45am

Treasury transformation: Driving and embracing change

In this session we will be speaking with long standing treasury experts who have gone through significant treasury transformation.  Transformation can be driven by and asked of treasury.  We explore how corporate treasurers can build and execute the business case for driving transformation and how best to manage through and embrace change, when asked. In this session we will look at two specific cases where treasury transformation was driven by new, enterprise-wide technology and processes as well as an acquisition.

  • Annette Tedesco

    Director, treasury systems & middle-back office, Arrow Electronics

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  • Catherine Portman

    VP, treasurer, Palo Alto Networks

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  • Amy Goldstein

    Managing director, BNP Paribas

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11:00am -11:45am

Strategic treasury: stretching beyond operational silos

Treasury does not exist in isolation, treasury leaders say. Treasury doesn’t just exist in the organisation to manage cash, treasury exists to support the company’s objectives, goals and mission. The extent to which the treasury is focussed to figure out what it takes to support the company’s goals, objectives and mission, is the definition of its strategic value. The perception that the treasury is a collection of internal desks that require cash reports from business units and their banks, in certain formats, who can say ‘this data is not in the required format, or this data is outdated, or I did not know about this transaction’, demonstrates the pain points of internal cash reporting and does not promote the strategic function of treasury. If the treasury is to be a strategic partner, then mindsets need to shift from reporting to working with other disciplines in the company, to further the company’s strategic agenda, say treasury visionaries. In this session we hear from a treasurer who made the gear change from operational partner to strategic partner, aligning treasury activities to support business growth.

  • Ouassila Sayd

    Treasury operations americas, Volvo Cars

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Moderator
11:45am -12:30pm

Innovation Alley

Navigating the Fintech landscape can often be a real challenge with a myriad of options available. Our Innovation Alley presents your opportunity to hear from two fintech leaders and have your questions answered.

 

File exchanges for critical treasury information has long been the norm for corporates when interacting with their banks, but banks have invested in API technology to allow a leap forward in the timeliness and quality of data, both in payments and liquidity management.  The question, however, is how do you connect to and utilize this data when leveraging multiple banks?  FinLync enables standardization of API data pre-integrated for 30+ banks, adding new banks with every new engagement.  This standardized data set allows high quality, real-time multi-bank dashboard reporting to make better, more accurate cash management decisions.

 

Legacy B2B payment options are fraught with challenges- Late payments, manual processes, fraud losses, poor customer experience, data errors and more. Virtual cards are quickly becoming the preferred commercial payment method in markets around the world due to their higher level of security, but the process can still be complex and challenging. Boost Intercept®, a Straight Through Processing (STP) platform, eliminates manual workflows with end-to-end payment and data automation, enabling an Issuer or Buyer to push card payments directly to a Supplier’s acquiring bank.

 

 

 

 

  • Mitch Thomas

    Head of corporate advisory, FinLync

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  • Dean M. Leavitt

    Founder & CEO, Boost Payment Solutions

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Moderator
11:45am -12:30pm

Diversity and inclusion in treasury: creating teams

Leading treasures acknowledge that diversity and inclusion is important, and some say that the issue is ‘close to the heart’. Yet as a treasury topic for discussion, it sits fairly low in the rankings behind the pressing matters of cash forecasting and liquidity management. To an extent, the pandemic has given rise to a greater focus on diversity and inclusion, where remote and flexible working has allowed for more inclusive hiring practices. So where candidates might have been challenged because of their family commitments or distance from the office, technology now brings us together. The core rationale for a diverse workplace is to bring different perspectives for greater creativity and ideas and move away from the consensual thinking of like minded people from the same socio economic groups. So what role can the treasurer play in promoting greater diversity and inclusion in the team and how do they go about developing a strategy for that with business partners? In this session we discuss how the treasury can get involved with D&I initiatives and the benefits of doing so.

  • Jim Scurlock

    Treasurer, DataRobot

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  • Sabrina Maharaj

    MD, global transaction services, Bank of America

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Moderator
12:30pm -2:00pm

Lunch

2:00pm -2:45pm

Beating back risk to drive growth: the CFO perspective

Growth is the theme of this conference, yet there are challenging risks to growth in the current environment. Finance and treasury leaders in high growth companies who have had to navigate the supply shortages with stranded ships and missing microchips, are now faced with inflationary pressures which are driving production costs upwards. So given these challenges, how do finance leaders beat back the risks to achieve exponential global growth? In this unique case study, we hear from a CFO who has skilfully doubled the size of the company in the past year, driven by a healthy subscription model and a unique product proposition. Here the CFO gives his insights on how the finance and treasury teams supporting the business drove innovation and added value to the proposition through creative collaboration in strategies for growth.

2:45pm -3:30pm

Instant payments and APIs: a game changer?

Given all the hype around payments currently, with fintechs firing off in all different directions, popping up here and there with instant solutions, crypto solutions, cross border solutions, you would be forgiven if you confessed that is difficult to make sense of this new world of payments and if you really need any of the tools on offer. Cost efficiency is a driver of change, and the starting point is to analyse the analytics and determine whether or not there is business value in adopting new instant payments solutions. Yet just because the internet is hot on payments doesn’t necessarily mean it’s the highest and most valuable thing your firm should be doing. From a treasury perspective, SWIFT has advantages in hosting big batch files and previous day bank statements, but if you want real time treasury and real time balances and same day reconciliation, that only works with AP’s. Pioneering treasuries are now adopting payment APIs and experimenting with their applications in transactions, whilst banking partners are still trying to figure out a cost structure and business model for instant payments. In this session we listen to the case notes of treasury at the cutting edge of API technology.

  • Bruce Edlund

    Senior director, Assistant treasurer, Citrix Systems, Inc.

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3:30pm -4:00pm

Networking break. Sponsored by US Bank

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4:00pm -5:00pm

ESG getting into the treasury DNA

More than ever investors want to see companies using capital to improve the environment, and consumers want to buy from companies who can demonstrate that they are environmentally responsible in their process, practice and product. Yet it would be fair to reflect that ESG has only appeared very recently on the treasury radar. In debt markets the option to issue a green bond or take a sustainability linked loan has been around for a while but is now increasing in volumes; while in green finance the benefit is that the cost of funding decreases where capital can be shown to have reduced carbon production or consumption. Many countries are now adopting green taxonomies that define this activity. The aim is to reduce carbon exposure and hit ‘net zero’ targets within timeframes that have been set out by intergovernmental climate change leaders, with 2030 a key milestone. So what does the treasurer need to do about ESG? In this session we hear from treasures that are working towards developing ESG KPIs and the projects and processes that are involved in implementing these goals in treasury operations, as well as the development of green financing as part of an overall ESG framework and policy for finance.

  • Debbie Kaya

    Senior director of treasury - global cash and operations, Cisco Systems, Inc.

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  • Zac Nesper

    SVP & treasurer, HP Inc.

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Moderator
5:00pm -6:00pm

Networking reception

6:00pm

Adjourn to day 3

9:00am -10:00am

Networking breakfast

10:00am -10:15am

Welcome and summary of Days 1 and 2

Our expert moderators share their favourite ideas and moments at the conference over the past 2 days and build a to-do-list for the year ahead.

10:15am -11:00am

Cryptocurrencies for treasury: skeptics vs advocates

The speculation and opaqueness of the crypto markets make transacting and investing in digital assets a tough ask for many treasurers. Concerns around security, regulation, sources, payments, and transactions with banks that are often reticent of digital assets with all the concerns and issues that pertain. Yet US dollar stable coin, which is always a dollar, has added a floor to the volatile market of cryptocurrencies. Given that the Fed, and many other central banks are now working on the development of crypto coins, has the asset finally come of age? If banks are opening up cross border crypto payment rails, does that change the FX game? If countries are allowing cryptocurrencies and companies are accepting crypto payments, then how are treasurers now facilitating their transactions? Skeptics and advocates discuss the pros and cons.

  • Adam Levine

    VP, head of corporate strategy, Fireblocks

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  • Todd Yoder

    MD corporate finance & treasury, Fluor Corporation

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Moderator
11:00am -11:45am

New and next: Roundtables

Just in case you missed it, we invite you to future focussed roundtables to share all that’s new and next in treasury technologies

11:45am -12:30pm

Kal talks Cartoons

Ever dreamed of being an artist, or just enjoy doodling? The Economist’s Cartoonist-in-Chief Kal, will share insights into his unique craft and teach you how to draw, in just 45 minutes! Pencils at the ready in this fun hands on session!
A bit of fun for the close on the conference!

  • Kevin Kallaugher

    Editorial cartoonist, The Economist Group

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12:30pm

Closing remarks

12:35pm -1:30pm

Lunch