Virtual Account Management: Streamlining Account and Liquidity Structures
5/23/2018 • 8:30 AM-9:20 AM • Room 325 • Audience: Intermediate
As treasury management evolves so do banking solutions. Virtual Account Management solutions focus on advancing users’ treasury centralization, standardization, and simplification objectives by giving them the ability to implement a virtual account structure that reflects their internal ledger and business needs, e.g. by business line, product, legal entity, location; leverage self-service tools to manage the structure as users’ business evolve; and streamline complex physical bank account structures through sub-ledger reporting based on their unique view.
Avoid Drowning in Data: Embracing Technology for Your Cash Balances
5/23/2018 • 8:30 AM-9:20 AM • Room 327 • Audience: Intermediate
From ubiquitous ERP systems to artificial intelligence, treasury technology is collecting unprecedented amounts of data on global cash balances for corporate treasurers. It can be easy to get lost in the sea of information, which is why we need thoughtful discussions on how to sort and filter the data to obtain meaningful insights in support of better, faster decision-making.
Current Supply Chain Finance Trends Used to Create Working Capital
5/24/2018 • 9:30 AM-10:20 AM • Room 206 • Audience: Intermediate
Moderated panel discussion on continuing trends in use of Supply Chain Finance as a major source of working capital. Discussion points will include: payable and receivables, size and scope of the SCF market, role and expanded use of technology platforms, documentation and cost, and expanding use of credit insurance to leverage exposure.
Seeking to Optimize Corporate Liquidity
5/24/2018 • 12:20 PM-1:10 PM • Room 203 • Audience: Intermediate
Fidelity Investments Institutional Portfolio Manager Michael Morin will offer insight on balancing safety, liquidity and return through aligning liquidity segments with appropriate investment objectives and constraints that prudently structure corporate liquidity. Prudent liquidity management starts with cash forecasting that drives liquidity segmentation. Once the segments are defined, investment objectives and constraints are aligned to create the basis of a strong investment policy.