June 9-10, 2021
9-10 June | Virtual | #GTAmericas
For the past year, treasurers have sweated the core stuff: securing short-term liquidity and longer-term credit; enhancing risk monitoring and hedging processes; and dealing with the implications of remote working. But in the complex and uncertain transition to a new ‘normal’, finance functions will have to resume the search for growth. Can treasury help identify where growth is most likely to come from and which parts of the business are most threatened by digital disruption? And can they do better – can they help build the business strategies needed to prosper as we emerge into the next phase of the pandemic.
This event will explore the practical steps treasurers can take to make enterprise and treasury digitalization a reality and look at varied case studies of transformation in the treasury. The event will look in-depth at new technologies in action as well as more strategic concepts including the sustainability agenda. We look at how treasury can make a difference. Finally, we look at what it takes to transform treasury wherever you are in your journey in order to increase efficiencies, protect the business and make a difference to the bottom-line.
2 days of actionable insights, plus real world case studies tackling the key issues facing treasurers in the region. Topics include:
How are global trends likely to play out and what does it mean for US firms abroad?
Treasurers explain their progress so far, the next steps, and the obstacles.
The ESG choices treasurers can affect and why it is important.
How to imagine the next ‘black swans’ and model, plan for and mitigate for them.
Key lessons from 2020 and where treasurers should concentrate for 2021.
The current payments ecosystem and strategies to improve process efficiency and flexibility.
“Excellent networking and high level updating opportunity. I have expanded my knowledge of what other successful treasurers are doing to face actual challenges and opened the door for the exchange of good practices”
“If you are in the field of Treasury/Cash Management, this EuroFinance conference is a MUST attend”
“For a regional conference, I was amazed by the depth and breadth of the topics covered affecting Corporates globally!”
Bank of America is one of the world’s largest financial institutions, serving large corporations, small- and middle-market businesses and individual consumers in more than 150 countries with a full range of banking, investing, asset management and other financial and risk management products and services. Bank of America is a global leader in corporate and investment banking and trading across a broad range of asset classes, serving corporations, governments, institutions and individuals around the world. The company provides, through various banking and broker-dealer affiliates, M&A advice, equity and debt capital raising solutions, lending, risk management, treasury, liquidity, and payments management. Bank of America Corporation stock (NYSE: BAC) is listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
BNP Paribas is a leading global financial institution that aims to finance the economy in an ethical and sustainable manner. With an extensive product offering and presence in 70+ countries, BNP Paribas accompanies its clients in their international development with a network of over 220 business centres and 1,700 transactions banking relationship managers around the world. Co-creating the future of cash and treasury management with its corporate clients, the bank has one the most inclusive global cash management footprints and the highest level of direct clearing connections. BNP Paribas is also at the forefront of cyber-security and fraud management efforts and is uniquely positioned to meet the local, regional and global cash management requirements of its corporate clients, today and in the future.
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Deutsche Bank’s cash management and trade finance teams provide commercial banking products and services – for both corporates and financial institutions – which deal with the management and processing of domestic and cross-border payments, professional risk mitigation for international trade and asset and liability management. Our customers are supported in their domestic, regional and global trade finance and cash management programmes through our network of offices situated in all major and secondary financial markets, including hubs in Frankfurt, London, New York and Singapore.
Corporates operating globally have to cope with economic complexity and macro events, shifting regulatory landscapes, as well as unfamiliar markets and currencies. To thrive, the treasury of tomorrow needs to have greater transparency over cashflows and payments, digital capabilities and the ability to marry flexibility with control.
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