State Street Financial Center
1 Lincoln St., Harborview Room, 36th fl.
|1:30-2:00||Registration - Networking|
|2:00-3:15||Transforming a Global Treasury Organization from "Transactional" to "Strategic"|
|3:15-4:30||Bitcoin: Fear, Uncertainty, Doubt (FUD)|
Moderated by: Mark E. Kelly, Vice President, State Street Fund Connect
Will Goldthwait, Vice President US Portfolio Strategist, State Street Global Advisors
Philip Picariello, Senior Vice President, Head of Short-Term Investment Management, eSecLending
In this session, speakers discuss the “New World of Cash” facing treasurers and cash managers today—persistently low interest rates, regulatory reform, and the shortage of high-quality short-term securities available in the market. They layout the challenges and then move on to how these challenges can be met head on by cash investors. Starting with the basics like Investment Policy Statement review and stakeholder alignment, speakers summarize by presenting action steps the audience can take to optimize their portfolios in these difficult market conditions.
Stacey Desrochers, CTP, Treasurer, Bruker Corporation
Tracy Sorrell, CTP, Director, Global Treasury, Haemonetics Corporation
Jack Wagner, CTP, SVP/Treasurer, HarbourVest Partners, LLC
Working in a treasury environments of doing more with fewer resources, three senior corporate treasury practitioners lead a discussion on various intermediate/advanced treasury topics, providing insights, tips, and lessons learned. You will have the opportunity to discover new topics, brush up on old skills, or deepen your knowledge on various topics including: Credit Agreements, Share Repurchase Programs, Global Cash Management structures. Recent regulatory changes such as FACTA, FBAR, and Basel III and their impact on corporate treasury will be discussed.
|Approved for up to 3 CTP/CCM recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals.|
|Approved for up to 3 FP&A recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals.|
Members: No Charge
Pre-registration required. Please sign up by January 19.