CORPORATE ONLY WEBINAR
Future proof your treasury – a better way to measure TRMS impact
Thursday 5th April 2018 at 10:00 EDT | 15:00 BST | 16:00 CEST
Founder, Strategic Treasurer
Vice President, Product Management, Openlink
Chief Financial Officer, Treasury Today Group
The forward-thinking Group Treasurer of a commodity-intensive corporation isn’t just looking to centralise and automate treasury operations these days. They are being far more strategic and considering the bigger picture, including a real-time view of enterprise physical and financial commodity risk, supply chain and direct spend analytics, and how to deliver accurate and timely reporting to the CFO and board. And this all needs to be done in a way that doesn’t break the bank from an IT perspective, by using the cloud. On top of this, the forward-thinking Group Treasurer also wants to sit in that coveted C-suite seat and be the next CFO.
To get to the next level it takes more than just a successful TMS implementation project. It takes a village – you must look beyond just what treasury needs in order to make it a strategically successful project. What do the commodity traders need? What does manufacturing need? What does finance, audit and accounting need? What does IT need? How can you maximise the impact of a project like this for the best return on investment and for the long-term benefit of the enterprise? Today’s Group Treasurers are providing a more strategic role in their organisation’s businesses, and becoming more sophisticated in how they manage treasury and risk. They have taken on broader responsibilities including the monitoring and management of risk exposure across the firm and identifying opportunities for optimisation of liquidity and funding.
Join Craig Jeffery, Founder of Strategic Treasurer consultants, and Jerald Seti, VP Product Management at Openlink on a webinar (hosted by Treasury Today) to learn about the challenges Group Treasurers of commodity-intensive corporates face as they navigate toward a strategic treasury and risk solution, and how to build the business case for doing so.
Estimated duration: 45 minutes
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