About this event
Today's treasury departments can deal with dozens of banks and hundreds or even thousands of bank accounts. Capturing data from all of them, and formatting it to allow for analysis and execution, can be a real challenge.
Fortunately, solutions are available to help with just this problem. This Treasury Dragons online session looks under the hood of the best-of-breed bank connectivity and format conversion systems in a live Q&A with real corporate treasurers.
This is the latest in a series of online debates in which treasury technology firms present their solutions to our ‘Dragons’ – and to you.
In short, sharp presentations, you will see the highlights of each treasury-enhancing system on offer – and then the solution providers will face some challenging questioning from our panel of treasury tough nuts.
It's the fastest way to get up to speed on what's really on offer.
Andy runs Falcor Business Consulting working in the SME sector, assisting start-ups & providing management advice. Previously, he was Vice President at Level 3, having treasury operations as his primary mandate, with additional responsibility for special projects, including procurement, shared services & real estate.
Royston Da Costa is Assistant Group Treasurer at Ferguson PLC, with over 28 years experience working in treasury. He joined Wolseley, now Ferguson Group, in April 2002, and is responsible for managing the large, international group’s daily debt and cash requirements.
Keara is currently treasurer at Cart.com. She has over 10 years of experience managing complex risk structures for financial institutions and corporates.
David runs DNA Treasury, with over 35 years of experience in treasury. He specialises in providing advice to corporates and banks on both cash and treasury management.
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.
We’ve assembled a panel of experienced corporate treasurers and technology experts – the Treasury Dragons – to ask technology vendors the right questions on your behalf.