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Fireside Chat: Square and Trovata

About this event

Sometimes the only way to really understand a situation is to talk to someone who has experienced it.

In this 'Fireside Chat', Mike Hewitt will be chatting to Tim Murphy, treasurer at Square and Brett Turner, CEO of Trovata, to understand how Square automated its cash management and bank connectivity.

But this won't be the usual case study. Mike will be asking the challenging questions as well as the easy ones, looking at obstacles and how they were overcome as well as the eventual success of the project.

Along the way the conversation will touch on treasury automation, bank connectivity, getting 'buy-in' for the project, relationships with IT teams and return-on-investment. If you want to understand what a treasury automation project looks like from the inside, spend 45 minutes with Mike and his interviewees!

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    Tim Murphy Head of Finance Operations, Real Estate & Treasurer @ Square

    Tim Murphy is the Head of Finance Operations, Real Estate & Treasurer at Square. Prior to Square, he was the VP of Treasury & Real Estate at Getty Images and held Treasury positions at Amazon, GroupeVicat, and ProBusiness Services.

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    Mike Hewitt Moderator @ Treasury Dragons

    How do you decide what’s the best treasury technology solution for you? To answer that question, we’ve assembled a panel of experienced corporate treasurers and technology experts – the Treasury Dragons – to ask the right questions on your behalf.

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    Brett Turner Founder & CEO @ Trovata

    Prior to starting Trovata, Brett worked at Deloitte, Amazon, and Worldwide Packets. He has served as Co-Founder/CFO in three startups, where he successfully raised over $100M in equity and venture debt financing while creating more than $500M in shareholder value.

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