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Women in Treasury London Forum 2017

Group photo of the panellists at the WiT London Forum 2016

Women in Treasury London Forum 2017

This year’s Women in Treasury London Forum takes place on Thursday 14th September at the fabulous venue of Plaisterers’ Hall in the City of London. This key industry event is firmly established in the diaries of both female and male corporates and last year’s event was attended by over 180 people.

The Forum starts at noon with a pre-lunch networking drinks reception during which an informative presentation will take place to set the scene, outlining some of the key findings of our global 2017 Women in Treasury Study. This will be followed by lunch in the ballroom, during which a lively and insightful panel discussion will take place, focusing on some of the broad themes highlighted by the respondents of this year’s Study.

We are delighted to be joined this year by a superb line-up of speakers comprising:

  • Cornelia Hesse – Head of Controlling, BASF Global Finance Shared Services

  • Frances Hinden – VP, Treasury Operations, Shell International Ltd

  • Sabine McIntosh – Managing Director, Global Head of Account Services, Treasury and Trade Solutions, Citi

  • Deborah Mur – Head of Global Liquidity and Cash Management, HSBC France

The panel discussion will be followed by a question and answer session, giving the opportunity for the audience to pose their own questions to the panel and make their voices heard.

Women in Treasury London Forum 2016 montage

14th September 2017
Plaisterers’ Hall
City of London

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London 2017 Panellists

Portrait of Cornelia Hesse

BASF Services
Europe GmbH

Cornelia Hesse

Head of Controlling

Since the beginning of 2017 Cornelia is the Functional Head of Controlling within BASF Global Finance Shared Services organisation. Before joining BASF SSC Berlin as Head of Cash Management in 2007, Cornelia worked in insurances, risk management and treasury at Apollinaris & Schweppes, Coca-Cola Beverages, Ingram Micro and Veolia Transport Central Europe. In 2012 Cornelia became a member of the board of the Verband Deutscher Treasurer e.V. (VDT), responsible for cash and liquidity. Since 2015 she has represented the VDT on the board of the European Association of Treasurers (EACT).

Portrait of Frances Hinden

Frances Hinden

VP, Treasury Operations, Shell International Ltd

As VP, Treasury Operations, Frances Hinden is responsible for liquidity and foreign exchange, cash management, intra-group financing and treasury advice for the Shell Group. A mathematician by training, she joined Shell in an IT role from Cambridge University in 1994. Frances has since had a variety of roles including financial modelling, MI, planning, and Pensions, joining Treasury in 2006. In her spare time Frances plays bridge to international standard and enjoys skiing and hill walking.

Portrait of Sabine McIntosh

Sabine McIntosh

Managing Director, Global Head of Account Services, Treasury and Trade Solutions (TTS)

Sabine McIntosh has been in her current role since October 2014 and has been with Citi for 17 years. Previously, Sabine was responsible for leading the digital security of TTS electronic channels and the Account Services transformation initiative for EMEA. Prior to this role, Sabine was regional Product Manager for Citi’s payment channels, including the award winning electronic banking platform CitiDirect®. Sabine joined Citi in 2000 as a Senior Program Manager responsible for a number of regional transformation initiatives. Prior to Citi, Sabine has held various sales management roles. Sabine is a graduate of the University Paris Dauphine.

Portrait of Deborah Mur

Deborah Mur

Head of Global Liquidity and Cash Management, HSBC France

Deborah joined HSBC France in June 2017 as the head of Global Liquidity & Cash Management. She is responsible for the strategy and financial results for the cash management business serving domestic and multinational corporations, financial institutions, and public sector clients. Prior to joining HSBC, Deborah worked for Citi for 26 years across Europe, North America and Asia, most recently in Singapore as the Asia Pacific Sector Head in Treasury & Trade Solutions for Industrials, Energy & Power. Prior to Singapore, Deborah was the head of Treasury & Trade Solutions for Western Europe and also spent three years in China as the Country Sales Head for Treasury & Trade Solutions. She began her career in the US as a cash manager for multinational corporations.

Facilitator

Portrait of Sophie Jackson

Sophie Jackson

Associate Group Publisher at Treasury Today Group

Sophie Jackson is Associate Group Publisher at Treasury Today Group and has almost nine years experience in publishing. She began her career in a role in cultural publishing at the Dazed Group, coordinating both editorial content and creative partnerships in Europe and the US. After moving to Tokyo in late 2010, Sophie headed up the launch of Treasury Today Asia in 2012. This was followed by a move to Hong Kong in 2014. Treasury Today Asia is now read by 65,000 corporates across Asia-Pacific and our Adam Smith Awards Asia are in their third year. Along with Angela Berry, Group Publisher, Sophie has been an integral force behind our global Women in Treasury initiative and is a passionate proponent of diversity. She is a UCL graduate who studied in Paris and London prior to beginning work in editorial and publishing.

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