The year of 2020 taught treasurers that they must become more strategic, agile, and more flexible. As cash has become more central to strategy, treasurers are under pressure to live up to the increasing demand on them to excel. To do so, they must build a resilient treasury function and act as a change-agent from within the organisation and be active in adopting new technologies.
Gaining visibility over cash is still imperative if corporate treasurers are to be prepared for future crises or a deepening of the current one. The good news? Technology can help. The market is flooded with technological tools for their operations management. New cloud technologies for data management, digitised treasury processes and automated solutions are just a few of what is available. Yet even though the imperative is clear, and the tools are available, treasurers have been remarkably slow to digitalise their functions.
To help guide treasurers in their mission to create a resilient treasury, CTWeek will convene leading group treasurers and insightful solutions providers from around Asia and the world. Treasurers will gain insights into how to maintain their strategic role in innovating business functions.
Tim de Knegt
Manager strategic finance and treasury
Port of Rotterdam Group
Fauji Foundation Group
Director, corporate treasury and trade structured finance
Senior vice president, treasurer
From 26 April to 30 April 2021
Day 1, April 26, 2021
Assessment of the macroeconomic outlook and the evolving regulatory landscape
Day 2, April 27, 2021
Day 3, April 28, 2021
Data and payments
Day 4, April 29, 2021
Strategies on capital allocation
Day 5, April 30, 2021
Improve. Protect. Reduce risks
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