Treasury Today and Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s new Executive Series project will launch this September. Ahead of the launch, we are delighted to share an audio teaser for the upcoming video, print and digital coverage of the project so you can hear what it’s all about.
Listen now below
On Tuesday 17th July in New York City, Treasury Today gathered Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s senior executive team together for a roundtable discussion on the issues affecting today’s corporate treasurers. Over the course of an afternoon with Treasury Today’s Chair, Richard Parkinson, Stephanie Wolf, Global Head of Financial Institutions for GTS, Matthew Davies, Head of Global Transaction Services EMEA and Hubert J.P. Jolly, Global Head of Financing and Channels shared their thoughts on the key issues and future trajectory for the modern corporate treasurer.
The expertise that these three international leaders bring to the table is unparalleled and topics were wide-ranging, encompassing the rise of automation and robotics which is driving efficiency across corporations, the migration from traditional methods of working in corporate finance with broad adoption of technology freeing up the time and energy of treasurers so that they might become the true strategic treasurers of the future.
In September, as part of this new project, we will be launching an in-depth video which presents the dialogue of that day and brings our editorial excellence to the screen in a new manner. We will also publish an extended supplement in our September-October editions of Treasury Today and Treasury Today Asia as well as a digested article as part of this Bank of America Merrill Lynch and Treasury Today ground-breaking new Executive Series project.
We have produced an audio teaser for the project which highlights the top-level discussion from the day and gives you a flavour of the energy and enthusiasm which permeated our roundtable in Midtown this summer. We hope you enjoy listening.
Listen here to the audio teaser:
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You can see, hear and read more from the project next month online and in our upcoming print editions.