The 2015 London Women in Treasury Forum took place on Thursday 10th September at the stunning Plaisterers’ Hall in the City of London with over 200 guests attending. The event started at noon with a pre-lunch networking drinks reception during which Angela Berry, Group Publisher of Treasury Today set the scene with a presentation of some of the key findings of the global 2015 Women in Treasury Study, supported by RBS. This was followed by lunch during which the panel discussion took place, focusing on four key issues highlighted by our Women in Treasury Study.
Debra Todd, VP Global Treasury Services, BP
Joanna Hawkes, Group Treasurer, M&S
Jennifer Boussuge, Head of Global Transaction Services, EMEA, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Brenda Trenowden, Head of FIG Europe & Head of Banks & DF, Americas, ANZ
The topics debated were around the themes of:
The Parent Trap
Building a Talented Team.
The panel discussion was followed by an enjoyable and thought provoking question and answer session, with many participants taking the opportunity to seek advice and insights from the four panellists.
VP Global Treasury Services: BP
Group Treasurer: Marks and Spencer
Head of FIG Europe & Head of Banks & DF, Americas: ANZ
Head of Global Transaction Services, EMEA: Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Editorial Director: Treasury Today Group
Eleanor Hill has worked in and written about the financial sector for over a decade. She holds the Investment Management Certificate and the SII Diploma in Regulation and Compliance. Her specialist subjects include supply chain finance, cash and payments, as well as CSR and sustainability. Having lived in Paris, Eleanor is fluent in French.