Call For Presentations Now Open!

Windy City Summit is a premier conference featuring educational sessions, panel discussions, case studies, and experts presenting a variety of treasury and finance topics. Attendees include treasurers, cash managers, accountants, controllers, treasury controllers, internal auditors, accounts receivable, accounts payable, AVP, EVP, SVP, CEO, COO, CFO, and Presidents of organizations.

2024 Deadlines

March 7, 2024

Deadline to submit Call for Presentations

March 15, 2024

Speakers notified about session selections

For detailed information, please review our 2024 Call for Presentations Guidelines.

Experience Level Guidelines for 2024

Beginner: The content introduces the subject using practical information and user-friendly terms and definitions.

Intermediate: A session designed for participants with some knowledge of the subject. The presentation will provide additional information to provide a greater understanding of the subject matter.

Advanced: These presentations offer in-depth and current information on the subject. Participants should have a strong background in the topic to get the most from the session.

Session Tracks for 2024

Banking and Relationship Management (BRM)

Topics that cover corporate banking challenges and/or opportunities, including issues for bankers and financial service providers. 

Financial Planning and Analysis (FPA)

Short and long-term financial management topics including investment/borrowing strategies and vehicles, financial planning and analysis and capital structure. Tips and techniques for budgeting, cash forecasting, and ensuring adequate funding for operations.

CTP Prep

Condensed 9-session track designed to prepare its attendees with the subject matter and test strategies needed to successfully obtain the CTP Accreditation.

Fraud and Compliance (FC)

Addresses compliance with regulatory requirements and current threats within treasury systems.

Insurance (INS)

Business risk and insurance.

International (INTL)

International operations and management including risk solutions, price changes, payments, cash management, and global financial management trade.

Talent and Development (TD)

Strategies to keep your career on track and continue to enhance your marketability.

Risk Management (RM)

Foreign currency and interest rate risk management.

Treasury Management Essentials (TME)

Topics that focus on a broad range of Treasury issues designed to expose and education non-Treasury personnel to the basic Treasury functions, concepts, products, and strategies needed for career advancement. 

Technology (TECH)

Innovative technologies in the financial industry that create new and improved financial services for companies and users. Some examples include FinTech (APIs, process automation, artificial intelligence, computer software), disruptive technology, POBO/ROBO, blockchain, digital wallet, cryptocurrency, cybersecurity, machine learning, robo-advisers, etc.