We are excited to announce that we will be exhibiting at the International Treasury Management, Eurofinance’s annual flagship conference, taking place in Geneva from 26th – 28th September.
Event name: International Treasury Management, Geneva, Switzerland
Date: Wednesday 26th – Friday 28th September 2018
Venue: Palexpo, Route François-Peyrot 30, 1218 Le Grand-Saconnex, Switzerland
Now in it’s 27th year, the event is recognised as the ‘world’s leading international treasury conference’, attracting over 2,100 senior treasurers from all industries and from over 50 countries. This year’s theme is ‘Next Generation Treasury’, examining how to prepare for the future against a backdrop of unprecedented compliance, new technology and business-model disruption.
Virtual Accounts: Gaining Critical Mass
As the market leading provider of Virtual Account Management (VAM) solutions we are delighted that one of our customers, Andy Young – Head of Finance at LV=, will be speaking on the ‘Virtual accounts are gaining critical mass’ panel. Andy will be sharing his experience of implementing a virtual account infrastructure to drive operational efficiency, productivity and simplify compliance. The session will take place on Wednesday 26 September 16:00 – 17:20 (Stream 2).
Additionally, our Product Manager Tim Martin, will be giving a presentation in the Discovery Labs. Tim will discuss key issues affecting the industry, including the impact that Open Banking and Virtual IBANs will have for treasurers. He will also give a product demonstration showing how Cashfac VAM solutions can help enhance corporate cash management operations over the entire cash management process – both for banks and corporate customers.
Come Visit Us
The Cashfac team will also be out in force at the event to discuss how VAM solutions can play a core role in future-proofing the treasury function. You can drop by stand L120 at any time or arrange a meeting by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or filling out the form below.
We look forward to seeing you in Geneva