Throughout the pandemic, Treasury Today’s first concern is for our staff, our readership and our whole community’s wellbeing. It has never been more important to bring the community together, and a new era with new challenges requires a new way to create interactive experiences and to connect our community. Our Women in Treasury London Forum 2020 took place on Thursday 10th September as a digital event.
Featuring a vibrant and insightful virtual panel discussion with four leading industry speakers and moderated by Sophie Jackson, Publisher & Head of Strategic Content, Treasury Today Group, the Women in Treasury London Forum 2020 saw a lively debate of some of the key topics highlighted by the respondents of our Women in Treasury Global Study 2020, in association with State Street Global Advisors.
Our panellists were:
Tian Song – Senior Treasury Manager, Baker Hughes
Halina Bernard – Head of Treasury, General Motors Middle East Operations, Dubai UAE
Diane Reyes – Group General Manager, Global Head of Liquidity and Cash Management, HSBC
Kim Hochfeld – Senior Managing Director, Global Head of Cash, State Street Global Advisors
The panel discussion provided a fantastic opportunity for everyone in the audience to express their views and put questions to the speakers. The new digital delivery of the event allowed the use of live polling and an interactive question and answer session, so attendees could enjoy a truly immersive experience, with the panel discussing and responding to their views in real-time.
This online event presented a rare chance to hear about the career journeys of our inspirational speakers and be part of our well-established, lively and informative discussions.