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Women in Treasury Singapore Forum 2020

Whilst the issues around the coronavirus are unfolding, we have postponed our Women in Treasury Singapore Forum 2020 which will now take place on Friday 6th November. This decision has been taken to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our guests and sponsors. We look forward to welcoming you in November.

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Our Women in Treasury Singapore Forum 2020 will take place at the prestigious Four Seasons hotel from 12 noon to 4:30pm on Friday 6th November. This highly popular annual industry event is firmly established in the diaries of both women and men across the Asia Pacific region and last year’s Forum was attended by over 120 people from all sectors of the industry.

The Forum will open at noon with a lively pre-lunch welcome reception which will feature an insightful presentation by Meg Coates, Publisher & Head of Operations, Treasury Today Group, with a summary of the findings of our Women in Treasury Global Study 2019, proudly supported by State Street Global Advisors. The pre-lunch reception will be followed by a sumptuous three course lunch in the Crescent Ballroom, during which an informative panel discussion will take place on stage with our stellar industry speakers. This dynamic debate will be moderated by Sophie Jackson, Publisher & Head of Strategic Content, Treasury Today Group. The panel includes:

  • Seng Ti Goh – Senior General Manager, Finance & Administration, Isuzu Motors Asia Ltd and President, Association of Corporate Treasurers (Singapore)

  • Aigerim Bekzhanova – Business Controller, Vanderlande

  • BlackRock – senior spokesperson to be confirmed

The discussion will explore the views and experiences of our line up of leading industry speakers on some of the key challenges facing women working in treasury across the region. They will share valuable insights on their individual paths to success, their thoughts on how to build diverse and inclusive teams, and plenty of practical career tips and motivational messages for both women and men working in the treasury function today.

Following the panel discussion, an open question and answer session will take place, offering everyone in the room the rare chance to share their own experiences and opinions and seek advice from the panel.

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Coverage of the event will appear in Treasury Today Asia and online.

Please see below the video and photos from the 2019 event.


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