AGENDA

View the newly released 2022 Program Agenda

Please note, session content is subject to change.

3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Exhibitor Set-up
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Registration Open
8:00 am - 4:30 pm
Registration Open
8:00 am - 9:30 am
Exhibitor Set-up
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Breakfast
9:00 am - 9:50 am
Session 1
9:50 am - 11:00 am
Exhibit Hall Open / Break
11:00 am - 11:50 am
Session 2
12:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Lunch with Featured Speaker Merril Hoge
1:40 pm - 2:30 pm
Session 3
2:40 pm - 3:30 pm
Session 4
3:30 pm - 4:10 pm
Exhibit Hall Open / Break
4:10 pm - 5:00 pm
Session 5
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Opening Reception
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Registration Open
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Exhibit Hall Open
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Breakfast in Exhibit Hall
9:00 am - 9:50 am
Session 6
9:55 am - 11:25 am
Exhibit Hall Open / Break
11:30 am - 12:20 pm
Session 7
12:30 pm - 1:45 pm
Lunch and Featured Speaker Alec Ross
2:00 pm - 2:50 pm
Session 8
2:50 pm - 4:00 pm
Exhibit Hall Open / Break
4:00 pm - 4:50 pm
Session 9
4:00 pm
Exhibit Hall Closed
8:30 am - 9:00 am
Breakfast
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Workshops
10:15 am - 10:30 am
Break
9:00 - 9:50 am
CTP Course 1: Essential Learning for CTP Candidates

Session Track: CTP
Intended Audience: Beginner

This session will cover common misconceptions about the CTP Exam that lead candidates to make assumptions that are incorrect. Incorrect assumptions can set up candidates for failure even before they embark on a course of study and exam preparation. Learning how Essentials of Treasury Management(ETM6) is created and how the CTP Exam is developed is the starting point for enabling candidates to have a factual and realistic understanding of what they need to learn in order to earn the credential. This session also offers candidates proven tips and techniques for preparing for the CTP Exam and for ensuring the best chance of passing. The session concludes with a discussion of the new Body of Knowledge text (ETM6).

Session Track: Treasury Technology (TT)
Intended Audience: Beginner
Sponsor: High Radius

“Cash Forecasting has been the #1 priority for treasury since the past two decades. Despite being the treasurer’s top mandate, treasurers still rely on spreadsheets for forecasting cash which delivers inaccurate and unreliable results. On top of that, compiling the forecast is a time-consuming and cumbersome activity, leaving little to no time for variance analysis and accuracy improvement.

Join this session to learn how Artificial Intelligence improves Cash Forecasting by delivering accurate forecasts across all cash flow categories and continually adjusting the forecast models through real-time variance analysis.”

Session Track: Treasury Management Essentials (TME)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: JP Morgan

How have the past two years have impacted the actions of corporate treasurers and what is next? The pandemic challenged companies to take a hard look at their Treasury operations and highlighted the inefficiencies in current processes as well as technology utilization. Adaptability to change was critical to the success of many companies but so will be how they leverage what might have been temporary ideas and turn them into sustainable long-term solutions.

**Treasury for Non-Treasurer**
Session Track: Banking Relationship Management (BRM)
Intended Audience: Beginner

We will explore how to best position your company for the most favorable and flexible banking arrangement. We will also discuss how regular, consistent communication with your bank is important, and how this will help you receive the financing structure you desire. Finally, we will cover how bank’s evaluate acquisition financing structures so you can be prepared prior to the initial meeting with your banker.

Session Track: Professional Development (PD)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: Bank of America

A panel discussion where the following will be covered:
* Their company culture and what from their company made them want to work there
* How does their company approach talent sourcing and attraction and who are the key campus and external partner relationships
* Retention tactics their company employs
* How does their company create an inclusive workplace and a sense of community”

Session Track: Treasury Technology (TT)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: PNC

Having an implementation strategy that can adapt to the expansion of new emerging payment types is a necessity, especially as the payment landscape is poised to continue to expand. This session will explore immediate payments and what to consider when adopting new B2C payments processes, including anticipating consumer expectations as consumers become savvier in their understanding of payment capabilities. Embedded banking integrations that can accelerate payment capabilities and onboarding through APIs and SDKs will also be discussed.

Session Track: International (INTL)
Intended Audience: Intermediate

Asia offers US corporations opportunities to acquire new customers and to expand new markets; however, multiple payment schemes across various Asian countries can puzzle treasury groups. A heterogeneous landscape of regulations, business models, and technology adoption result in a unique Asian payment ecosystem. This session will focus on the trends and innovations shaping the Asia payment landscape, and learn how technology and partnerships will require treasury professionals to be agile in their approach to Asia.

11:00 - 11:50 am
CTP Course 2: Banks, Payment Systems and Relationship Management

Session Track: CTP
Intended Audience: Beginner

This session begins the coverage of the specific materials from ETM6. In this session, banks and financial institutions will be discussed, as well as how various payment systems (both U.S. and global) operate. The session ends with a detailed discussion of relationship management, vendor selection and the calculations involved in bank account analysis statements.

Session Track: Treasury Technology (TT)
Intended Audience: Beginner
Sponsor: U.S. Bank

APIs are increasingly being used as critical building blocks for new business processes and client experience innovation. Join us to discuss what APIs are, why they’ve been used historically, and specific use cases how they’re transforming treasury functions with incredible benefits and efficiencies. Subject experts and practitioners will share their experience and learnings from implementing APIs to drive meaningful change and efficiency within their organization, as well as strategies used to socialize the initiative internally.

Session Track: Treasury Management Essentials (TME)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: PNC

Companies with similar expense profiles and vendors can have significant differences in the success of their card payment programs. Factors affecting success include company-specific culture, buy-in from key executives and communication with vendors. This session will explore business strategies to consider when introducing — or growing — a card payment program.

**Treasury for Non-Treasurer**
Session Track: Banking Relationship Management
Intended Audience: Beginner

Everyone has to pay the bills! Tools such as payments automation can overcome roadblocks like staffing shortage, while improving your overall working capital, cash conversion cycle and days payable outstanding. This session will coach attendees on how simple changes in AP can create an efficient AP strategy.

Session Track: Risk Management (RM)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: PNC

As companies expand globally, so does their exposure to risks that can be difficult (and sometimes feel impossible!) to manage. The Covid pandemic, the conflict between Russia and Ukraine and other current events have amplified the need for corporate treasury teams to reassess their risk exposure and make decisions to protect their organizations. This session will review transactional risk and the impact of sanctions on cross-border payments, and we will also discuss how the markets have responded to recent geopolitical events.

Session Track: Banking and Relationship Management (BRM)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: BMO

Explore the economic trends, opportunities and challenges that are set to impact your business. Join Michael Gregory, BMO Deputy Chief Economist and Head of U.S. Economics as he provides perspective on the state of the economy and the key drivers that will shape the economic landscape as we look ahead.

Session Track: Professional Development (PD)
Intended Audience: Beginner

In this session, Kerry delivers strategies to enhance communication, increase productivity, foster employee engagement, and create a culture of mutual respect through intentional leadership and gratitude. Based on her 16 years of experience as a corporate leader managing remote and hybrid teams, Kerry shares tried-and-true examples of practices and gratitude-infused activities implemented at Actualize Consulting. Kerry’s tips leverage the power of gratitude to bring your teams together, reduce turnover, attract talent, and cultivate a sought-after workplace.

1:40 - 2:30 pm
CTP Course 3: Basics of Financial Statements – FP&A

Session Track: CTP
Intended Audience: Beginner

This session will cover the basics of financial planning and analysis, as well as other key financial and accounting concepts. The standard financial statements (balance sheet, income statement and statement of cash flows) are outlined as well as the use of ratio analysis to determine the financial health of the company. The important ratios covered include those related to liquidity management, debt management/coverage and asset management. In addition to financial analysis, this session will discuss performance measures such as return on investment, residual income and Economic Value Added (EVA).

Session Track: Investments and Liquidity Management (ILM)
Intended Audience: Intermediate

The topography of liquidity markets has shifted. The Federal Reserve has increased the grade of its glide path toward normalizing rates and discussed trimming its mountain of securities, while the U.S. Treasury yield curve steepens. Topics in this discussion will include Fed rate hike cycle now and in the future; the course inflation might take organically and in reaction to the policy pivot; and best potential opportunities to allocate cash.

Session Track: Banking and Relationship Management (BRM)
Intended Audience: Intermediate

Ever wonder what hidden mysteries are hiding in your Account Analysis statements? Are there presumptions you have been making about the data, structure, and information included within them? This session serves to provide practitioners with the ability to learn about and evaluate the more common myths and misconceptions of the Account Analysis statement and bank fees in general, allowing them to immediately apply an improved fees review process within their own companies instruments

**Treasury for non-Treasurer**
Session Track: Treasury Management Essentials (TME)
Intended Audience: Beginner

As supply chain issues continue to plague a wide range of industries it is more important than ever to move your organization towards best-in-class accounts receivable management. Learn how small changes in days sales outstanding (DSO) can have significant impacts to your bottom line. Learn proven strategies to improve your accounts receivable, regardless of your industry.

Session Track: Banking Relationship Management (BRM)
Intended Audience: Intermediate

Join Dan Gonzalez, Vice President – Director of National Accounts, to hear updates on Fed ACH and Wire payment products and learn how stakeholders are informing the FedNow build through industry engagements and the FedNow Pilot Program. Leave this session with a better understanding of the business edge instant payments can offer as well as knowledge and resources to help your organization embrace instant payments.

Session Track: Treasury Technology (TT)
Intended Audience: Intermediate

During the current pandemic, the importance of working capital has changed within organizations. The impact timing and scale by geography, industry and organizational readiness might vary, but no company is left unharmed. But what are the long-lasting and profound effects? And what does this mean to structural changes to the global economy, markets, industries, and even everyday life?

Session Track: Treasury Management Essentials (TME)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: U.S. Bank

Join us to explore how digitized payment flows lead to improved working capital and operational efficiencies. A treasury practitioner will discuss and field questions regarding their experience in implementing meaningful changes to their organization’s payables approach, as well as the value these changes had for their vendor relations and for internal/external partners. We’ll focus on steps organizations may take to enhance payment efficiency, and strategies to bridge the gap between current and intended future state.

2:40 - 3:30 pm
CTP Course 4: Working Capital Management

Session Track: CTP
Intended Audience: Beginner

This session covers both the basics and the metrics (calculations) used in the area of working capital management. These topics include cash conversion cycle, management of key working capital accounts (accounts receivable, inventory, accounts payable), and the investment and financing of working capital. The section on working capital metrics covers many of the important calculations used in the area, including days sales outstanding, aging schedules and payment pattern analysis.

Session Track: Treasury Technology (TT)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: High Radius

“Our speakers found, that while utilizing decade-old processes of compiling spreadsheets with multiple ERP and banking systems data, their cashflow forecasts accuracy dropped precipitously almost daily. With a desire to better understand their cash requirements to not only navigate the global pandemic but also position their organization to handle market drivers like inflation and staff retention, they sought a new data-driven approach to cash flow forecasting.

Join this session to learn how our speakers introduced AI-inspired analytics and automatic data feeds into their processes to better guide and educate business leaders.”

Session Track: Investments and Liquidity Management (ILM)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: BMO

A payments strategy at its very basic definition answers three questions: who to pay, when to pay and how to pay. Understanding your organization’s goal with respect to payables is an important first step in developing your payment strategy. We will discuss various approaches to increase working capital, create infrastructure efficiencies, maximize financial gains, and most importantly in the payments world – ensuring safety, control and minimizing risk.

**Treasury for non-Treasurer**
Session Track: Fraud & Compliance (FC)
Intended Audience: Beginner

We will introduce a two-client panel moderated by a treasury management advisor to share best practices that lead to implementation of fraud tools and electronic payment solutions. By utilizing a casual talk show interview approach, we will encourage attendees to work with their bank partners to bring them to next level of safety when it comes to their payables processes.

Session Track: Fraud and Compliance (FC)
Intended Audience: Intermediate

This session tackles the expanded capabilities of Same Day ACH, Supplementing Data Security Requirements, Micro-Entries and two new rules that further clarify the roles and responsibilities of Third-Party Senders. ACH Network participants will ring in the new year learning what steps need be taken to ensure compliance with these updates. Join this webinar as Nacha reviews all elements of the amendments and offers a glimpse at what is potentially to come.

Session Track: Treasury Management Essentials (TME)
Intended Audience: Beginner

Many organizations are trying to keep up with every regulation possible, but some can be easily overlooked. Unclaimed Property reporting can often fall into that category as it’s often an internal battle on what department will oversee this function. Noncompliance can be costly if left uncovered and audits are occurring more frequently than in years past. The session will discuss responsibilities, potential audit triggers, and best practice strategies to come into compliance (voluntary compliance programs).

Session Track: Fraud and Compliance (FC)
Intended Audience: Advanced
Sponsor: Bank of America

How do criminals infiltrate your business whether through business email compromise (BEC) or other tactics? We will share some evolving techniques that cyber criminals are using and what you can look for to reduce fraud.

4:10 - 5:00 pm
CTP Course 5: Review of Basic CTP Calculations

Session Track: (CTP)
Intended Audience: TBD

This session will involve an overview of CTP math. It will not be the first time that formulas and calculations are introduced. Any math associated with the relevant topics covered in the earlier sessions will have already been discussed in context. The difference is that this session will focus on the more challenging formulas and calculations found throughout ETM6. Along with math tips and techniques for all CTP candidates, the instructors will specifically address overcoming the “fear factor” for those CTP candidates who have had very little exposure to financial mathematics or for whom it has been decades since they last took a college course involving financial formulas and calculations.

Session Track: Fraud and Compliance (FC)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: JP Morgan

Cybersecurity is no longer a nice-to-have component of IT. It’s a must-have business decision with impact permeating all roles and functions. Conscience effort and proactive measures are paramount in foiling the rise in cybersecurity threats–internally, across the business community and within supply chains. We’ll share insights on how to assess the risk landscape, learn from recent cybersecurity incidents and adopt mitigation strategies that comprehensively help protect your business’ assets, customers and employees.

Session Track: Treasury Management Essentials (TME)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: KeyBank

We will first discuss AR trends to get a global view of the tech revolution on payments, before addressing the strategic questions treasurers should ask to understand the current state of their AR processes. We will explore the pain points these questions might uncover before addressing how to prioritize solutions and meet key performance metrics through by embedding automation into the AR process from the billing file to cash application through ERP integration.

**Treasury for non-Treasurer**
Session Track: Insurance
Intended Audience: Beginner

The insurance industry is going through a hard market currently- come learn what is driving the increased premiums and what you and your firm can do to obtain best results defined as reduced premiums and mitigated risks.
The focus will be on commercial property and liability lines including executive, cyber, international. We will review alternative risk transfer options such as captives and multiline multiyear arrangements. The session is meant to be interactive so come prepared with questions.

Session Track: Treasury Management Essentials (TME)
Intended Audience: Advanced

The payment industry is in a state of significant change. Both NACHA and the Federal reserve are evolving their payment channels to advance the U.S. payment infrastructure. Audience members will learn about the implications of the changes, as well as the potential benefits and the drawbacks.

Session Track: Banking and Relationship Management (BRM)
Intended Audience: Beginner

Cryptocurrencies have soared from a single white paper concept (Bitcoin, 2008) to a cultural phenomenon. People’s interests have grown from disinterest to heavy speculative short term investment since then, and now many are even carving out significant portions of their retirement portfolios for these assets. Cryptocurrencies are also bringing a whole new, younger group of investors into the arena. This session is for those who want to learn more and be able to enter the conversation.

Session Track: Treasury Technology (TT)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: Kyriba

Application processing interfaces, new payments clearing systems, crypto-currency, working capital developments all spell new opportunities for treasury and finance. But, how are these best applied in various scenarios across varied organizational sizes and structures? Where do these technologies best fit into your organization’s needs and requirements. How do you identify those needs and build a better business case while working within sometimes complicated IT landscapes?

9:00 - 9:50 am
CTP Course 6: Short-Term Investing/Borrowing

Session Track: (CTP)
Intended Audience: Beginner

This session provides coverage of short-term investing, including calculations related to yield and security pricing. The session also covers financing from the borrower’s perspective, including the calculation of the costs on bank lines of credit and commercial paper.

Session Track: Investments and Liquidity Management (ILM)
Intended Audience: Intermediate

Emerging from the initial financial shock of COVID-19, businesses are making their way towards financial recovery and growth with a new view and enhanced appreciation for liquidity. As companies navigated through the volatility of the pandemic, liquidity management and access to liquidity were the top priority and time was of the essence.
Today, banks and technology providers are responding in kind to the need for managing and accessing liquidity in real-time and have accelerated innovations to provide great support for making real-time a reality for corporates.
In this session, technology, treasury, and banking experts will share their thoughts on when and how this transformation will take place and how treasury teams can take advantage of the movement.

Session Track: Banking and Relationship Management (BRM)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: PNC

This session will explore different types of account structures and common structure rationale, as well as the impact of an account structure on various internal departments. Attendees will also learn strategies for evaluating the efficiency of their current account structure.

Session Track: Treasury Technology (TT)
Intended Audience: Intermediate

From evaluating blockchain for supply chain authentication, to using real-time payments to help power “in-car commerce,” treasurers and fintechs are learning how to adapt to a rapidly changing autos sector. On this panel, corporate treasurers, business development heads at OEM’s, connected car payment fintechs and technology providers will discuss topics ranging from payments and wallets, to banking as a service – along with some fun predictions on the future of electric and self-driving vehicles.

Session Track: International Treasury Management (INTL)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: BMO

How much do you know about Canadian banking vs US banking? Can your US banking partner(s) fully support your growing needs? What are the advantages and disadvantages of finding a partner bank within each market? Do you meet that country’s qualifications to open a local banking relationship? Understanding the differences in banking environments, and which differences have the most significant impact, is critical when an organization has cross-border operations. Join us in learning about industry best practices to help manage your cross-border business efficiently.

Session Track: Treasury Management Essentials (TME)
Intended Audience: Advanced
Sponsor: Bank of America

The last few years has been tough in many way, but has put substantial strain on most companies supply chains. Slow or no deliveries of crucial. Supplies have made life hard for both service and manufacturing companies. Given all of the challenges there are things that can be done to ease some of those pressures. This session will dive deeper into tactics used by A/P and treasury teams to ease the pressure on the supply chain.

Session Track: Fraud and Compliance (FC)
Intended Audience: Intermediate

We have all heard the stories about different fraud trends happening across industries. Ransomware, malware, and man in the middle schemes, are a few of the tactics currently trending. With the pace accelerating, how do you educate your executives, peers, and teams about the risks to help improve defenses?

11:30 am - 12:20 pm
CTP Course 7: Risk Management & Cash Forecasting

Session Track: (CTP)
Intended Audience: TBD

The session provides a general overview of risk management in treasury, including concepts such as financial risk, operational risk and enterprise risk management. The session concludes with coverage of the use of financial derivatives such as forwards, futures, options and swaps in the area of financial risk management. The focus is on how companies use these instruments to hedge their exposures in various areas and markets. This session also provides with a detailed discussion of cash forecasting, focusing on the calculations involved in this area, including the receipts and disbursements forecast.

Session Track: Treasury Management Essentials (TME)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: KeyBank

We will discuss how automation and technology has been leveraged to optimize the cash conversion cycle, more specially by: Automating the reception and approval of vendor invoices, optimizing disbursements based on your DPO and vendor strategy.

Session Track: Corporate Finance (CF)
Intended Audience: Beginner

discuss recent changes to federal income taxation and potential changes to expect in the upcoming year

Session Track: Professional Development (PD)
Intended Audience: Beginner
Sponsor: High Radius

“As custodian of cash and liquidity, it’s up to the Treasury to diligently ensure smooth cash flow and visibility at a time when ways of performing tasks keep on transforming. What skills do they and their teams need to hone to continue contributing to the company’s working capital and investment decisions?

In this session, join Tracey Hagelin and Bernice Van Der Velden from HighRadius as they discuss real-life scenarios of how technology could transform the Treasury Managers into more proactive and strategic thinkers.”

Session Track: Investments and Liquidity Management (ILM)
Intended Audience: Intermediate

All eyes were on Washington as we closed out 2021, with several significant proposals and updates announced by the Securities and Exchange Commission and Federal Reserve. Join our panel as they discuss what it means for investors. Topics will include accelerated Fed tapering and rising rate expectations, recent developments from the SEC’s proposed money market reform, and macro developments that prompted market and regulatory changes and the implications on investor’s portfolios.

Session Track: Treasury Technology (TT)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: Kyriba

New technology is continually being promoted to CFOs and Treasurers as the path to digital transformation, hyper-automation, and real-time business intelligence. Artificial intelligence, RPA, and APIs are potentially groundbreaking but without a data-driven strategy these are apps in search of a problem. In this session, we are going to think differently – about data, technology, and treasury transformation. We will explore how APIs unlock a matrix of new technology that can meaningfully improve treasury automation, intelligence, and real-time decisions, using payments as a backdrop. The panel will share multiple viewpoints.

Session Track: Insurance (INS)
Intended Audience: Beginner

“Review of the casualty and property insurance market
Discussion on drivers leading price increases
Case studies and tips to improve your results
Intro to innovative tools like captive, parametric solutions”

2:00 - 2:50 pm
CTP Course 8: Collections, Concentration & Disbursements

Session Track: (CTP)
Intended Audience: Beginner

This session provides a review of the basic cash management topics of collections, concentration and disbursement of funds. This session includes coverage of Lockboxes and other collection methods, minimum transfer calculation for funds concentration and bank disbursement accounts and products.

Session Track: Treasury Technology (TT)
Intended Audience: Beginner

As innovation and technology continue to grow at an increasingly rapid pace, it is now more important than ever for financial institutions to keep up with the current trends in fintech. This session will cover the most exciting and relevant innovation trends that we are seeing in the financial services space including Embedded Finance, Regtech, Climate Fintech, and Customer Experience.

Session Track: Treasury Technology (TT)
Intended Audience: Intermediate

In this 1-hr live web event, American Security, an industry leader in smart safe technology and cash management will demonstrate how one simple tool can put you back in control of your cash and save you thousands of dollars in labor costs; and how uncoupling your hardware from your service providers can give you more flexibility and daily cash insights.

Session Track: Corporate Finance (CF)
Intended Audience: Advanced

What is ‘market’ in loan documents is constantly changing. This session will outline a strategic approach to negotiating your term sheet and highlight specific negotiation tips — and traps — in loan documents for borrowers. We will walk through detailed examples of language to either avoid or request so that you will end up with maximum flexibility in running your business. These practical pointers will ensure the appropriate risk allocation between you and your lenders.

Session Track: International Treasury Management (INTL)
Intended Audience: Intermediate

This session will analyze the leading methods used by global enterprises and their respective technology solutions providers for managing bank connectivity, B2B payments, and financial messaging workflows in 2022. Analysis will focus on the impact of the financial industry’s continued migration towards ISO 20022 and include guidance on how to manage compatibility with the thousands of message formats and connectivity methods in existence today. Finally, this session will examine how ongoing developments with APIs, cloud technology, and international banking protocols are helping rationalize the connectivity landscape.

Session Track: Fraud and Compliance (FC)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: PNC

With the advent of more and diverse digital payment channels comes the unintended consequence of inventive opportunities for fraudsters to refine their ever-evolving payment diversion schemes. In this session, we will explore current and emerging trends in payments fraud and provide actionable means to mitigate, if not prevent, their occurrence. We will focus on social engineering fraud schemes, such as Business Email Compromise (BEC) and Account Takeover (ATO), which, historically, have been difficult to identify until it’s too late.

Session Track: Treasury Management Essentials (TME)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: PNC

The RTP® network is meeting the increasing need and expectation for on-demand, immediate digital payments. And it’s helping to overcome obstacles related to today’s remote/gig workforce by providing immediacy, clarity and control to processing checks and payroll. The benefits of digital immediacy are even more apparent and important during the pandemic, and this session will explore real-use cases that show the integral role RTP capabilities are playing in ongoing business resiliency — and business as usual — plans.

4:00 - 4:50 pm
CTP Course 9: Advanced CTP Math

Session Track: (CTP)
Intended Audience: TBD

This session will demonstrate methods used by test-makers to reverse equations. This does not apply to all formulas; however, it does apply to formulas that can be expressed algebraically. In addition, the instructors will demonstrate math shortcuts that will enable candidates to logically eliminate some of the answers on a math problem or to derive the answer without having to go through all of the steps. We will briefly discuss the materials from ETM6 that are NOT covered in these sessions, but which ARE covered in the supplemental handouts and on-line course materials.

Session Track: Fraud and Compliance (FC)
Intended Audience: Beginner
Sponsor: Kyriba

Payment fraud has become more prevalent in the time of COVID crisis and beyond. Daily millions of dollars are at risk. A high percentage of organizations have experienced fraud attempts. Many have been victims of fraud sending from one to multiple payments worth millions to fraudsters.

Session Track: Investments and Liquidity Management (ILM)
Intended Audience: Intermediate

With rising rates imminent, its critical investors understand that managing cash may be quite different than in recent history. Pre-crisis, the Fed’s ability to manage monetary policy was limited, now they have a much-expanded toolkit including the reverse repo program. Investors are also facing additional challenges: Limited supply of investable assets, inflation, and we could be in the thick of money market reform. We’ll discuss how liquidity investors should be thinking about this new dynamic.

Session Track: Treasury Management Essentials (TME)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: U.S. Bank

Are you looking to add value to your business processes, customer/supplier relations and bottom line? This session will focus on developing and executing on strategies to successfully implement new payment channels. We’ll focus on factors to consider, stakeholders to involve, and specific objectives to ensure your payments optimization plan positively impacts your customers, vendors and stakeholders within your organization.?Come and discuss with the presenters how you’re currently navigating your payments journey and the challenges preventing you from achieving payments optimization.

Session Track: Risk Management (RM)
Intended Audience: Intermediate

A recent study shows that less than half of U.S. companies are using derivatives to manage either their interest rate or foreign exchange risks. Why is there this hesitancy and when is it time to start a hedge program? We will discuss numerous elements to evaluate to get the right answer for your company. We will walk through the construct your company’s risk profile and evaluate its tipping point. Focus will include the groundwork required to establish a hedge program that will meet your strategic goals and objectives. Additionally, we will cover preparation for an audit, both internal and external. What are the key controls and common

Session Track: Fraud and Compliance (FC)
Intended Audience: Beginner

Business Email Compromise has emerged as the most popular method of financial fraud – representing nearly half of all losses, according to FBI statistics. In this session, learn more about the basics of Business Email Compromise and hear stories from actual victims – so you can better equip your employees to identify red flags and implement best practices.

Session Track: Treasury Technology (TT)
Intended Audience: Intermediate
Sponsor: JP Morgan

Digital technology is changing everything—including a seismic shift in banking, from investing tools, to the movement and exchange of money and assets, to how consumers interact with financial institutions. There is a compelling business case for the use of blockchain in various capacities for corporates and their stakeholders. That said many are still left wondering what is their path forward. In this session we will touch on the past, take stock of the present and focus on the transformational future of this tech.

9:00 am - 10:15 am
Data Visualization: An Advanced Excel Workshop

Session Track: Professional Development (PD)
Intended Audience: Advanced

Learn advanced skills in this Excel workshop to help solve more complex forecasting and modeling for business needs.

Your group or organization will benefit from Chad Coe’s dynamic presentation by learning how to take the reins of leadership!
Chad Coe has developed important ideas about leadership based on his own experiences after 10,000 personal meetings with people from all walks of life. From these encounters, Chad has collected his 7 Secrets to Unlimited Confidence. Chad passionately shares these secrets in a way that inspires the members of his audience to embrace and apply them.
In this dynamic presentation, participants will learn to:
• Set achievable goals—and then commit to achieve them
• Develop new, more productive mindsets
• Learn the best ways to get REAL help
• Incorporate their own personal values into their jobs
• Become 100% more productive in every area of their lives
• Develop the game changing power of confidence and passion
• Change their beliefs and change their futures
• Bring more abundance and satisfaction into their lives

The workshop provides a comprehensive framework of how negotiations should be carried out. Also highlighting the critical success factors of negotiations To provide the relevant skill sets for negotiating effectively and to influence professional buyers to accept our terms. Participants will appreciate the importance of preparation and different negotiation styles. They will learn the skills of gaining control during the process of negotiation. Finally, they will understand the use of effective strategies and tactics in negotiation to be able to negotiate good terms with professional buyers. Below topics will be cover in the 3 hours of Negotiation and Influencing workshop: Attitude of negotiation, understanding the various aspect of negotiation, preparation of negotiation, solicitation of useful information, setting negotiation strategy, getting into an negotiation (tactics), handling deadlocks in negotiation, and influencing skills to convince the counterpart on your terms.

Session Track: Professional Development (PD)
Intended Audience: Advanced

Looking to polish up your workplace pitches? Come learn the tips and tricks that catapulted team to global recognition.

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