• Women in Treasury London Forum 2018 full panel on stage

    Women in Treasury London Forum 2018

    On 13th September in London, record numbers of attendees from the worlds of corporate finance, technology and banking came together to celebrate women in treasury at the sixth annual Women in Treasury London Forum.

  • Yeng Butler, State Street Global Advisors

    Women in Treasury: 
    Yeng Butler, State Street Global Advisors

    Yeng Butler, Senior Managing Director, Global Head of Cash Business at State Street Global Advisors, believes in the power of self-reflection. She spends time considering not just her successes, but also her failures. The objective of this is to drive continuous self-development to ensure she can meet her next career aim. Yeng summarises this with a simple, yet powerful motto: “Pause, reflect and onwards and upwards.”

  • Fearless girl at the Silicon Valley WiT SSGA Roadshow

    Women in Treasury: from insight to action

    State Street Global Advisors and Treasury Today’s Women in Treasury Roundtable Series launches on the West Coast.

  • Fearless girl – sculpture by Kristen Visbal, commissioned

    Women in Treasury: From insight to action

    State Street Global Advisors and Treasury Today Group’s Women in Treasury Roundtables touch down in London.

  • Women in Treasury Singapore Forum 2018 panellists

    Passing the baton around the world

    On Wednesday April 25th 2018 over 150 senior treasury professionals from throughout Asia Pacific gathered at the Four Seasons hotel in Singapore to debate diversity at Treasury Today’s fifth Women in Treasury Singapore Forum.

  • Fearless girl statue – Sculpture by Kristen Visbal, commissioned by State Street Global Advisors

    Women in Treasury: from insight to action

    On March 8th in New York on International Women’s Day, State Street Global Advisors and Treasury Today hosted the first of a series of global roundtables dedicated to diversity and inclusion in corporate treasury. The launch session was both a networking opportunity and a lesson in personal development, focusing on the data derived from the 2017 Treasury Today Women in Treasury Global Study.

  • Group photo of the Women in Treasury New York Forum 2017 panel

    Driving the diversity dialogue

    On Thursday 14th October 2017, Treasury Today hosted the second New York installation of our Women in Treasury Forum. A fresh new format with fantastic, energetic panellists was the order of the day at The Pierre hotel in Midtown Manhattan.

  • Women in Treasury London Forum 2017 panellist group shot

    Agents of change: diversity in treasury

    Diversity is not about hitting targets, it is about building a culture where everyone can thrive. The panel of Treasury Today’s latest Women in Treasury Forum in London sought to address the theme, open up an advanced dialogue and offer our audience some positive strides forward.

  • Women in Treasury Asia Forum 2017 panellists

    The quest for inclusion

    Over the five years that the Treasury Today Group have been running our Women in Treasury initiative, it has been interesting to see how conversations around diversity have evolved. In a relatively short time, diversity has shifted from a fringe topic to one at the heart of corporate life.

  • Kate Moorcroft, Group Treasurer, Barratt Developments

    Women in Treasury: 
    Kate Moorcroft, Barratt Developments

    In a relatively short time, Kate Moorcroft, Group Treasurer at Barratt Developments has risen to the top of the treasury profession. In this candid interview, she talks about her career path and how learning to have confidence in her own abilities has enabled her to push forward her career.