Enhanced Efficiency and Controls for Payments Operations
Thursday, November 15, 2018
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM Eastern Standard Time
Efficiency and Security are key to Payment Operations, however, there is always room for improvement in the disbursement payments process. In this webinar Navistar and Treasury Strategies discuss ideas for making the entire payment process more efficient using ACH’s and Cards. The presenters will outline practical approaches to implement changes in your payment processes and address critical topics as migration from paper to electronic payment methods as well as security awareness culture.
- Payment efficiency and controls are key objectives to treasury operations and the CFO!
- Apply the expertise and lessons learned from another company’s experience to your own organization.
Manager, Payments and Treasury, Association For Financial Professionals
Vice President & Treasurer, Navistar Financial Corporation
Petrina is the Vice President & Treasurer for Navistar Financial Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary and the Finance Company for Navistar, Inc., a fortune 500 company and a leading manufacturer of commercial trucks, buses and defense vehicles. A seasoned corporate practitioner with over 30 years of experience in all aspects of Corporate Treasury. In addition to her experience as a corporate treasury practitioner, she is a Six Sigma Black Belt. In her most recent role, she has focused on process improvements particularly in bank services fees and cash desk operations.
Paul LaRock, CCM
Director, Treasury Strategies
Paul LaRock, a Director at Treasury Strategies, a division of Novantas, Inc., works with corporate treasury departments, treasury software vendors, and financial institutions across a wide variety of complex engagements in designing treasury and banking solutions for today’s challenging liquidity and risk environment. His expertise includes cash management, bank relationships, forecasting, risk management, merchant card processing and treasury technology to increase operational efficiency and internal controls. Paul is a Certified Cash Manager who earned his B.S. in Accounting and Finance from Eastern Illinois University, his M.B.A from Northern Illinois University, and is a graduate of the University of Chicago’s Basic Program in Literature.