WASHINGTON, DC –– March 12, 2012 ––
Corporate treasurers will convene in May to hear senior officials from the
European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund as they discuss the
global economy and regulatory landscape. Experts will focus on what global
organizations may face in 2012 and beyond, from a financial perspective.
Panelists will include Jose Vinals,
Director, Capital Markets, International Monetary Fund and Paul Mercier,
Special Counselor, European Central Bank.
Gillian Tett, U.S. Managing Editor for the Financial Times, will
The CTC Global Corporate Treasurers Forum, produced by
the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP), will take place May 16-18 at
the Royal Palms Hotel in Phoenix, Arizona, with Bank of America Merrill Lynch as
the exclusive sponsor.
sessions at the forum will seek answers to these questions:
there a new world of cash investing? An executive from Silicon Valley Treasury Consulting
Group will lead a discussion about how to start teaching treasury professionals
about alternative investing.
do global organizations manage extreme currency volatility? An expert from
Atlas Capital will delve into this issue with a global treasurer.
a Chief Treasury Officer in the future of corporate America? Panelists will include
the treasurer of Brocade Communication, Inc. and the assistant treasurer of The
can treasurers position their organization for growth, whether in the U.S.,
Europe or Asia (especially China)?
more information, see www.afponline.org/gctf
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