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In the current low rate environment, all of us face the challenge of effectively managing our funds. This track is designed to expand your knowledge of the opportunities that are available and also provides some tricks and traps.

101-Managing Cash on the Peak of Mount Rates
4/25/24, 9:00-10:00
The markets have remained in consistent shifting winds and now as the Fed looks out from the apex of their hiking campaign, SEC Money Market Fund reform takes hold, and the macroeconomic landscape continues to evolve, liquidity investors must remain vigilant on the peak (and the upcoming decent). Please join Goldman Sachs Asset Management and  a corporate practitioner as we explore our views on the policy easing path, the duration sweet spot, short-end supply/demand dynamics, the broader economic outlook, and many other key topics for treasurers in the 2nd half of 2024.
Jamie Cortas, Dell
Larry Walsh and Anuj Bhatia, Goldman Sachs
102-Managing Liquidity and Short-Term Investments through the Cycle
4/26/24, 9:15-10:15
With interest rates peaking, and the Federal Reserve seeking to normalize the balance of interest rates, inflation and employment, this session provides an update on the policy outlook for short-term investors, while highlighting changes to MMF regulation and opportunities in liquidity and short duration strategies moving forward.
Following the session attendees will have a better understanding of how their short-term cash is being managed by their investment partners and will be more prepared for any upcoming regulatory changes.
Matthew Jones, Western Asset Management
103-Diversify and Conquer: A Treasurer’s Path to Safety Without Sacrifice
4/25/24, 11:30-12:30
Treasury professionals continually strive to maintain balance of safety/liquidity/yield in their cash portfolios. CFOs are tasked with preserving and safely growing larger pools of cash, which inherently demands increased diversification at a time when investment options are seemingly limited or in many cases, are too similar in underlying securities to affect true diversification. The need to have options beyond money market funds, ECR/bank deposits, and U.S. Treasury obligations continues to stress investment policy guardrails.
Whether it is the need to insure a portion of capital, diversify counterparty risk, address impact/mission-based initiatives, or simply having a strategy for when regulation or economic/world events threaten your credit, duration, or liquidity tolerances, there are ready solutions to help treasury professionals diversify and conquer within their operating, core, and strategic cash strategies.
Henley Smith, StoneCastle Cash Management
104-Investing Short-term Funds for the Long-term in Today’s Interest Rate Environment
4/25/24, 2:15-3:15
The higher interest rate environment has been a welcome change for investing cash. As the economic and interest rate environment evolve over the next 12-24 months, short- term fixed income may provide better risk-adjusted returns compared to money market funds. In this session, seasoned short-term portfolio manager, Seth Roman, will delve into effective strategies to take advantage of higher yields and current and future opportunities offered by the market. The session will cover the essential aspects of liquidity, quality, and diversification and how to best use these levers to avoid potential downside and prepare for an eventual change in the direction of rates. Treasury professionals can learn about dynamic portfolio positioning and how to take advantage of higher yields, while maintaining liquidity and protecting principal.
Seth Roman, Longfellow Investment Management Co., LLC
105-Dynamic Liquidity Optimization: Operational Framework for Long-Term Success
4/26/24, 3:45-4:45
In this session, we will explore the dynamic nature of managing enterprise-wide liquidity. The discussion will provide best practices for cash positioning and cash forecasting, along with common roadblocks organizations face in these activities. We will then review how to holistically evaluate sources and demands of cash and how to build out an operational framework for optimizing the deployment of liquidity. Finally, we will describe methods for generating financial and operational savings and how to measure short-term and long-term success. This session will be industry agnostic and provide value for practitioners of all levels.
James Green/Justin Guerra/Zeck Decker, KaufmanHall
106-Stairway to Seven Trillion: Why Money Markets Should Stay Hot Even as Rates Move Lower
4/25/24, 2:15-3:15
Crane Data’s Pete Crane and Federated Hermes’ Sue Hill will discuss the dramatic growth in money market fund and cash balances over the past few years and will examine the major types of funds and investment options – Treasury bills, repo and Government agency securities. They’ll discuss recent events and trends in money market funds, bank deposits, ultra-short bond funds and direct money market securities, and will review strategies for protecting principal and enhancing yields in the second half of 2024.
Peter Crane, Crane Data
Susan Hill, Federated Hermes
 Achieving the goals of corporate finance require that any corporate investment be financed appropriately. In general, this can be divided into long-term and short-term decisions and techniques. This track is designed for the experienced treasury professional and deals with capital investment decisions that are long-term choices: about which projects receive investment, whether to finance that investment with equity or debt, and when or whether to pay dividends to shareholders vs. stock buyback. On the other hand, the short-term decisions can be grouped under the working capital management, which focuses on managing cash and short-term borrowing and lending.

201-Beyond Crisis Management: How to Drive Growth in a High Interest Rate Environment
4/26/24, 1:15-2:15
In the current ever-changing economic terrain, businesses must be prepared to go beyond simply managing costs amidst increased borrowing expenses and constrained liquidity access. Organizations must be able to quickly identify excess cash and investment opportunities, and be equipped to move money seamlessly in order to fuel growth. Join us in this session to learn how to gain strategic insights to adeptly steer through an extended period of elevated interest rates. By implementing these strategies, you can fortify financial resilience, enhance operational efficiency, and bolster the commercial competitiveness of your organization.
Paul Bramwell, Trovata
Nick Zarras, MarketAxess
202-Understanding Bank Connectivity during ERP Planning & Migration
4/26/24, 3:45-4:45
A few of the promised benefits of moving to a cloud ERP system include fewer technical requirements, support at all times, and reallocating company resources to value-added activities. This includes cost savings based on decommissioning IT network hardware and shifting system support from an internal resource to cloud system provider. One of the main roadblocks of these benefits is the technical integration to banking partners. These cloud ERP solutions provide technical tools but drop the development, configuration, and support of these complex integrations to the client. Many Cloud ERP clients now look to move payment processing to an independent cloud-based solution that provides real-time, internet-based communication with banks and other financial institutions to simplify support activity. Join this session for an overview of Banking Connectivity platforms to help streamline ERP Migration and fill in the gaps left by current SaaS ERP Platforms for Treasury needs.
Michael Graham, Elire
203-Building Treasury Resilience: Are you ready?
4/25/24, 10:15-11:15
A Resilient Treasury department is one that can maintain stable operations amid internal / external disruptions and risk events, and recover from setbacks without suffering a material impact on the company’s financial objectives.  This session explores the strategic drivers for Treasury to consider when building resilience within Treasury, followed by an engaging panel discussion to explore various approaches in building a Resilient Treasury.
Janet Frick
Jennifer Kelley, IDEXX Laboratories, Inc.
Kevin McKeever CTP, HSBC Bank USA
204-Unclaimed Property Compliance – Ways to Manage the inevitable
4/26/24, 2:30-3:30
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 costly if left uncovered and audits are occurring more frequently than in years past. This session will discuss proactive approach to unclaimed property, strategies to reduce liability, control costs, retain more customers, and claim back property that has been escheated.
Tracy Olsen, MarketSphere Unclaimed Property Specialists
205-Strategies to Managing Liquidity and Investments in Today's Environment
4/25/24, 11:30-12:30
Now more than ever, Treasurers are focused on balancing daily working capital with interest yield maximization and preservation of capital.  Simultaneously, Treasury and Finance teams navigate headwinds from an increasingly uncertain geo-political environment, global supply chain disruptions, inflation, a tightening credit market, and a sustained high interest rate environment.  We’ll hear effective cash management and investment strategies from today’s thought leaders.
Sherry Bruno, Enstar Group
John Paris, Gilbane Building Co.
Anisha Gulati/Sean Colman, Bank of America
206-Payments as a Strategic Working Capital Tool
4/25/24, 9:00-10:00
In a market environment where maximizing internal sources of working capital is increasingly valuable, how and when you pay suppliers becomes a more critical question. Payment methods should be a component of your overall working capital strategy. There are long-standing and emerging payment tools that can improve your working capital position and strengthen supplier relationships in addition to driving cost efficiencies. In this session we will take views on these themes from industry experts from the Banking and Cards space as well as a corporate Treasurer who is using these on a daily basis.
Cindy Finley, Mastercard
Michael McDonough, Santander Bank. N.A.
 With the dramatic changes that have occurred in the international realm, this track is designed to be of interest to any company with dealings overseas.

401-International Liquidity Management and Capital Structure Considerations for International Operations
4/26/24, 9:15-10:15
In this challenging and volatile financial climate, it is vital for any global multinational corporation to properly optimize liquidity and resources. During this session we will review the complexities of international treasury management and how US multinationals address them, including improving visibility and control, liquidity, and defining optimal capital structures for their foreign subsidiaries.
Eduard Casajuana, Santander Bank
402-Notional Pooling, “Reimaging Global Treasury at Otis Elevator Co.”, Is it the right fit for your organization?
4/25/24, 10:15-11:15
This session will provide a detailed overview of Notional Pooling, focusing on tools and techniques to successfully design and implement a Notional Pool program and discuss typical challenges encountered during an implementation.  You will also learn the objectives and benefits of implementing Notional Pooling in conjunction with an in-house bank and the key considerations when starting a Notional Pool Program.
Otis Elevator Co. (Otis) will discuss the challenges faced prior to implementing Notional Pooling and the realized benefits after completion.  The session will cover how Otis is navigating these challenges, how they have adapted their organization to anticipate and manage change by implementing new processes and technologies.  Learn how Otis with the use of treasury technology can now track transactions and perform interest calculations and complex accounting postings as well as generate in-house bank statements to their affiliates in an automated environment.
Notional Pooling is ideal for corporations with decentralized operational structures that want to preserve the autonomy of their subsidiaries and accounts.  Pool participant accounts in a single currency are aggregated for interest compensation purposes. Funds are not physically moved but are instead notionally combined. There is no commingling of funds, and the integrity of the individual account position is maintained, also achieves greater visibility into liquidity.
Craig Chapman, Actualize Consulting
Nicole Miller, Otis Elevator Co.
403-Reducing Pain Points from International Payments
4/26/24, 10:30-11:30
Join us for an informative session on  Reducing Pain Points from International Payments  where we will delve into the best practices of international payments. Discover the various payment types and learn how to seamlessly integrate with APIs for efficient transactions. Gain insights into tracking payments and achieving transparency in your financial operations.
Dan Caputo, Ascendant

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This track covers the latest in payment products, solutions and technology from relevant and timely speakers.

501-ACH Payments Aren’t Going Anywhere
4/25/24, 11:30-12:30
“ACH payments will continue to play a key role in payments strategy.” So says the Association for Financial Professionals in its 2023 Payments Guide, “ACH: What Corporates Need to Know.”  Other recent AFP reports show how ACH payments can reduce payments risk and lower payment processing costs.
Nacha strives to make ACH payments better and safer – from enhancements like Same Day ACH to identifying new use cases for standard and Same Day ACH to risk management programs such as the corporate’s checklist for payment initiation.  Come join us at this session to learn about the latest developments in the ACH Network and why corporate treasury and payments professionals love ACH!
Amy Morris, NACHA
Stacy Nascimento, Webster Bank
502-Utilizing FedNow for Real-Time Payments
4/25/24, 9:00-10:00
Real-Time Payments allows for generation of payments 24/7/365. With the availability of FedNow, organizations can now utilize the tried and true Federal Reserve without the need to pre-fund, as the network participants use reserves held in their master account for interbank settlement. Attendees for this session will learn about managing urgent payments in real-time and the 35 early-adopting banks and credit unions for FedNow. We’ll also discuss the future of FedNow and the benefits for Adopters.
Nathra Altheeb, Elire, Inc.
503-Using the Precision of Real-time Payments for B2B Transactions
4/26/24, 10:30-11:30
Faster payments are all the rage in the 2020’s. However, faster shouldn’t mean wasting valuable working capital. Our session will present a production proof-of-concept, Citizens Bank and Osterman & Company, Inc’s experience making B2B payments using The Clearing House’s RTP network. The results were fabulous in one sense; payment was made precisely on the due date, which happened to be a Saturday. However, the receiving bank’s posting system provided a different result.
As we focus on the faster payments journey, B2B payers need to consider several factors when making 24/7/365 payments: how to make the best use of a line of credit, taking advantage of the best payment terms and getting discounts, and finally when will the B2B receiver actually credit your account.
This session will bring viewpoints from Citizens Bank, Osterman & Company, Inc., and The Clearing House, informing the practitioner of items to consider when choosing faster payments.
Cheryl Gurz, The Clearing House
Jim Maimone CTP, Citizens Bank, N.A.

Darlene Stickney, Osterman & Company
504-Breakfast Session: How Serious Are We About Winning This Ongoing Battle with Payment Fraud?
4/26/24, 8:00-9:00
It is no secret that fraud is on the rise, and it is impacting all payment channels.  Whether it is p2p fraud or b2b fraud impacting businesses of all sizes, the industry needs to do better in ensuring the safety and soundness of our payment systems.  Fraudsters are creating unauthorized transactions or altering properly authorize transactions using sophisticated schemes at times and sometimes unsophisticated schemes continue to work.  Nacha oversees the ACH Network and has developed a new risk management framework with approaches they hope can aide the industry in protecting credit push payments.  There has been work done by the Federal Reserve as well with the creation of the Fed Fraud Classifier Model.  This session we will explore these approaches and some sound practices that FIs can take to help support the user of their payment offerings.  Let’s try and figure out how serious we really are at gaining the upper hand against the fraudsters.
Sean Carter AAP, NEACH
505-Leveraging Payment Analytics to Reduce Payments Costs and Streamline Backoffice Operations
4/26/24, 2:30-3:30
Electronic and card payments are complex and costly, especially if you have multiple payment vendors. Attend this session to learn how you can leverage payment analytics to help simplify the management of payments – from benchmarking KPIs to reducing cost to simplifying reconciliation to managing chargebacks. Learn how companies like Hyatt, Priceline, Charter Communications to AT&T have used payment analytics to help their businesses.
Anand Goel, Optimized Payments Consulting
This track is designed to help identify and assess (financial and/or operational) risk and how to develop strategies to manage it.

601-Cybercrime and Payments Fraud: Be Informed and Take Action
4/25/24, 10:15-11:15
Every year, fraud schemes like social engineering, identity theft, and account takeover are being used to steal billions of dollars from states, companies, and consumers alike. This session will survey the current cybercrime and payments fraud threat landscape; explore emerging and evolving threats and trends; and share ideas to help your organization maintain good cyber and risk hygiene and protect itself from these very real and potentially costly dangers.
Chris Byers, PNC Bank
602-What Spider-Man Can Teach Banks About Protecting Our Customers
4/25/24, 2:15-3:15
Spider-Man had to save the citizens of New York while fighting off the Green Goblin. Alone, he was doomed to fail. But when he joined forces with the citizens, he saved the day. Like Spidey, we too face a daunting enemy: payments fraud. With the ever-mounting threat, neither banks nor customers can carry the load of fraud protection on their own. Instead of simply thinking about what products to offer, banks are asking how they can join forces with their customers to collectively combat fraud. Criminals thrive when fraud prevention efforts are fragmented between banks and customers. By removing barriers and combining forces, a new “superpower” can be achieved to help combat fraud. Through proper and timely education as well as deploying tools and resources together, banks and customers can launch a new era of fraud protection.
–              What paradigm shift is necessary to begin a new era of fraud protection?
–              How can banks and customers better partner to deter criminals and minimize exposure to fraud?
–              How is technology influencing the collaborative approach to fraud prevention efforts?
Robert Peters, TD Bank
603-Intercompany Netting: Optimize Cash Flow, Streamline Settlements, and Reduce Costs
4/26/24, 1:15-2:15
Rob Richards & Tyler Thurgood, GPS Capital Markets, Inc 
301-Fintechs and Banks: A New Wave of Collaboration as a Win-Win for Customers
4/25/24, 9:00-10:00
Fintechs made waves with their digital-first approach, changing the tide of the traditional banking industry.  Not only were fintechs solving customer issues at a much faster pace, but they were also gaining momentum by attracting substantial investment and creating opportunities for new business models. Although customers were enjoying the reduced friction and lower costs that fintechs offered for lending and payments, these new entrants were riding the wave of established banks and their existing infrastructures. As the market evolves and the demand grows for expanded services, a new wave of collaboration is on the horizon between fintechs and banks, creating a win-win scenario for customers.  Fintechs achieve greater scale and broader market access through banks, and banks gain an innovative edge from fintechs. To best serve their mutual customers, collaboration will mean robust outreach, high-touch support, better client experience and significant improvement to scalability to maximize benefits for all.
–              What does collaboration look like in an ideal world?
–              How will customers’ experiences be enhanced?
–              How can a joint force open a smarter and faster payment window for the benefit of client?
Arafat Chowdhury, TD Bank
Stacy Rosenthal, PayPal
302-Convergence of AI and Blockchain
4/26/24, 10:30-11:30
FintechWomen is pleased to bring a thought-leadership session that explores the inevitable convergence of AI and Blockchain, and other technologies, and their transformative impact on financial services.
Dive into:
-AI & Blockchain adoption curves: Where is the industry now?
-The power of convergence: Unveiling benefits like authenticity, trust, speed and intelligence
-Real-world opportunities: From DeFi and fraud detection to smart contracts and beyond.
-Future frontiers: Exploring the convergence of even more disruptive technologies.
Come ready to engage with our expert panel: Isabella Bagi is the co-founder of Grantfin, bringing transparency to blockchain investing through risk managed and data-driven investments. Yuri Cataldo is the co-founder at Athenian Capital, best-selling author and leads strategic initiatives at Autodesk, bridging Gen AI and blockchain. Damian Kuczma is  Payments, operations and risk leader in Deloitte’s Risk and Financial Advisory practice. Jagathi Gururajan is a global technology executive delivering disruptive technologies to financial services market leaders, and founder of FintechWomen.
Isabela Bagi, Grantfin
Yuri Cataldo, Athenian Capital
Jagathi Gururajan, FintechWomen
Damian Kuczma, Deloitte

303-Generative AI for Financial Services
4/25/24, 11:30-12:30
FintechWomen is pleased to bring this engaging session on a timely topic. As the financial industry grapples with unprecedented uncertainty, this dynamic, interactive session will offer a multi-perspective compass to understand the transformative power of AI and for navigating the new landscape.
Dive into:
• The financial services AI landscape – where is the industry investing?
• Lessons from early adopters – gain real-world insights.
• Actionable insights – what you need to know to implement Gen AI
Come ready to engage with our expert panel: Namee Oberst is a trailblazing founder of AI Bloks, revolutionizing LLM applications in finance and law; Pradeep Aradhya, CEO at NovusLaurus, a hands-on technologist with experience in architecting the first wave of fully digital banks and, Julie Trainor is a technology executive who leads strategy and operations for cutting edge technology firms like Dell EMC, HERE Tech and Open Text.
Pradeep Aradhyan, NovusLaurus
Namee Oberst, AI Bloks
Julie Trainor, Trainor Consulting

304-Gift Cards 101: Understanding How to Use Gift Cards in Your Business
4/26/24, 1:15-2:15
Gift cards are a versatile tool that can drive profitability, customer engagement, employee engagement, and operational efficiency. In this session, you will get an overview of the gift card landscape, including the lingo, an overview of the primary players, and how the economics work. We will share a myriad of use cases, including loyalty and incentive, disbursements and e-commerce, and we’ll hear from Tufts Medicine about one of their use cases.
Rich Florez, CTP, Tufts Medicine
Denise Velasquez, InComm
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As new banking products and services are introduced to the financial markets, it impacts the day to day operations of the corporate treasury. This track provides the latest developments.

701-Unlocking Financial Agility: Mastering Real-Time Treasury with Modern Tech Innovations
4/25/24, 10:15-11:15
The past year has been a whirlwind of shifting economic conditions, high interest rates, and persistent inflation. The need for financial agility has never been more crucial. With today’s unpredictable market and elevated interest rates, successful businesses must be able to adapt quickly.
To keep up, the finance industry has seen rapid technological advancements in recent years. Buzzwords like AI and APIs have been recurring points of discussion amongst thought leaders and disruptors seeking real-time data. But, is it truly possible to securely get data in real time? What are the real world applications of these solutions and how do they fit into the ‘real-time’ puzzle? More importantly, how can they give you the speed and accuracy you need to keep up with the mountain of queries you receive on a daily basis? Join us in this session to learn everything you need to know about modern treasury tech and how you can leverage these powerful tools to achieve real time treasury.
Chris Allen, Trovata
Brandon McGraw, The Knot Worldwide, Inc.
702-Will Your Bank Swipe Right?
4/25/24, 2:15-3:15
Learn how banks evaluate new and existing relationships in this interactive session.  We surveyed 33 banks to discover whether ESG targets actually make a difference and more!  Come and find out how to strategically share your wallet and attract the right banking partners with the best information.
Audrey Lokka, Redbridge DTA
Jeremy Reedus, Air Liquide
703-A shift to defense mode: Changing priorities in treasury
4/26/24, 9:15-10:15
As the world grapples with inflation, Covid-19 reverberations, rising rates, soaring energy prices, and geopolitical tensions, corporate treasurers must contend with multiple uncertainties and prepare for rapid changes in the way they manage their business. Cash managers today face challenges with heavy administrative burdens, complex processes and decentralized platforms that each require manual oversight. Treasurers must maximize the yield on excess non-operational deposits.
The presenters will explore improvements in cash forecasting and the renewed focus on sweep accounts are familiar tactics that have been relied upon. They will also target faster payments to boost days sales outstanding and better control days payable outstanding. Additionally, presenters will examine the use of cash positioning and forecasting tools and how banks are leveraging fintechs for data and modeling expertise with advances in multi-bank connectivity. There will also be discussion regarding new dimensions that treasurers are exploring such as cryptocurrencies and other digital assets.
Melissa Engram & Joe Voica, U.S. Bank
704-Bank Fee Analysis: Performing the Mission Impossible
4/26/24, 1:15-2:15
Account analysis statements are confusing for bankers and treasury professionals alike and the comparison of one bank to another is even more complex. Come to this session to understand the data contained in these statements and key concepts you can apply to build a cross bank comparison model.
Sarah Harvey, Redbridge DTA
705-AI-Powered Treasury Management: Redefining the Path to Efficiency and Growth
4/26/24, 2:30-3:30
In this age of rapid tech advancements, failure to embrace AI as a strategic ally puts organizations at significant risk of falling behind their competitors. AI-powered treasury management is revolutionizing how organizations manage their cash and make decisions on accurate forecasts.
Join this session with HighRadius to discuss practical strategies and valuable insights on unleashing the potential of artificial intelligence to reshape treasury management practices.
Juan Saudino, HighRadius
706-Treasury in a Box
4/26/24, 3:45-4:45
Corporate treasurers have faced a hectic 2023; cash flow forecasting, supply chain disruption, geopolitical unrest, heightened risk management and an increasingly volatile currency market to name a few of the challenges. 2024 and beyond are being shaped by the challenges of today, but will rely on technology of the future to handle and respond to their specific needs while managing their treasury operations and investments. There are many Banking, Capital Markets, Transaction Services, Research and FinTech applications available to a treasurer today and understanding how they fit together or could fit together is incredibly important. Technology advancements in the custom workflow and interoperability space have advanced greatly over the past decade but require specialized development teams leveraging the latest in Web and Desktop container technology to achieve efficient results. The platform upgrades the user’s experience by offering workflow enhancing tiles and widgets in a customizable dashboard as part of a suite of systems are one way in which practitioners are navigating these challenges. Providing market participants with the ability to create and operate multi-asset institutional-grade electronic trading solutions across the entire workflow by reducing the noise of many systems and platforms is the goal of many corporate treasury departments today.
Furthermore, no-code & low code platform transforms investment, trading and operations workflow through managed and supported integration by bridging electronic trading for institutions with FDC3 context sharing. This added interoperability means that the context from one application (e.g. a treasury workstation) can be linked to other applications, for example, Analytics, Research, and News, which streamlines workflows, enhances usability and provides avenues for more powerful integration.
Today’s technology allows clients to streamline processes supporting workflow across multiple asset classes including Cash, FX, Payments and more. Cash managers and treasurers can bring efficiency and reduce risks through automation, visibility leading to a streamlined end-to-end workflow. For example, a cash manager can report and execute across bank deposits and other short-term multi-asset investments, consume data and analytics, as well as integrate to other systems within their bespoke workflow tool (TMS, ERP, Accounting) through a single interface, with the ability to share context, eliminating the need to copy/paste/rekey, reducing risk and adding efficiency.
Blake Treves, State Street 
707-How to Set Realistic Expectations for New Treasury Technology Projects
4/26/24, 10:30-11:30
As treasury and finance teams begin preparing budgets, timelines, and roadmaps for their upcoming technology projects and priorities, many practitioners will feel pressed to make the most of recent innovations like APIs, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI).
However, without a proper understanding of the current capabilities for these solutions or the prerequisites to effectively deploying them across a company’s unique back-office framework and data structure, it’s likely that significant hurdles to adoption will occur.
This session will combine top-line data from recent industry surveys with extended insights from recent client projects to evaluate how treasury professionals should approach new technology projects.
Jonathan Paquette, Treasury Intelligence Solutions, Inc.
708-Unlocking Financial Agility: The AI Revolution in Cash Management for Certainty, Speed, and Resilience
4/26/24, 9:15-10:15
The landscape of cash management is experiencing a groundbreaking shift, driven by the latest innovations in Artificial Intelligence (AI). This dynamic technology is empowering finance managers with the tools to not only expedite cash flow but also enhance certainty and resilience within financial operations.
In this era of AI-powered transformation, cash management evolves from a routine operation to a strategic advantage. Through its capacity to augment decision-making, enhance efficiency, and ensure financial robustness, AI emerges as a formidable ally in navigating the complex terrain of modern finance.
Rakesh Sahay, SimpliCapital
709-Embedded Banking: How to Eliminate Swivel Chair Accounting
4/26/24, 2:30-3:30
Tired of the endless cycle of manual tasks, jumping between your ERP and banking system? Say goodbye to the days of swivel chair accounting and laborious file transfers. It’s time to revolutionize your accounting operations and unlock newfound efficiency! Join us for an enlightening session filled with practical examples that will demonstrate how to overhaul your processes and reap the benefits. Discover how embedded banking can save you precious time and money while ensuring your accounting systems effortlessly sync with bank account information.
Claire Robinson, FISPAN
Kim Swart, Santander Bank