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September Roundtable- Treasury Transformation

Treasury transformation refers to the definition and implementation of the future state of a treasury department. This includes treasury organization & strategy, the banking landscape, system infrastructure and treasury workflows & processes – our panel will focus on industry best-practices, personal-experiences, and trends to educate and guide our audience where treasury is and is headed in the next 5-10 years.

9/20/2017
When: Wednesday, September 20, 2017
11:45 AM to 1:30 PM
Where: Metro Denver Chamber of Commerce
1445 Market St
Denver, Colorado  80202
United States
Contact: Liz Reichter/Kim Lott
3039732555


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Annual RMAFP Practitioner/Banker/Vendor Roundtable Discussion

Date:                                     Wednesday, September 20th from 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Location:                              Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce, Board Room

Topic:                                    Treasury Transformation

Between National AFP, Cambridge Global Payments, and Natural Grocers by Vitamin Cottage – we feel the diverse backgrounds of the panellists combined with highly respected companies and industry affiliations will make for an exciting event.

Part 1:  Moderator Presentation (20 minutes)

Part 2:  Roundtable Discussion (25 minutes @ each table, 5 minutes recap discussions)

Agenda:

11:45 a.m. -12:15        Check-in, lunch, and networking

12:15-12:35 p.m.         Opening Statements

12:35 -1:30 p.m.          Roundtable small group discussions & wrap up

 

Moderator(s): 

 Tom Hunt

Director of Treasury Services, Association for Financial Professionals

Tom Hunt, CTP, is the Director of Treasury Services at the Association for Financial Professionals. Hunt has more than 15 years of direct treasury experience working across different industries, including various roles at Medtronic, Fairview Health Systems and, most recently, at 3M Company. At 3M, he oversaw the global banking strategy, redesigned and implemented a new domestic cash management structure and led acquisition activities for the treasury department. He holds an MBA in finance from the Opus College of Business at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, MN.

Christopher Morris

SVP – Payment, Treasury & Risk Solutions, Cambridge Global Payments

Christopher Morris brings over a decade of experience supporting the international payment and foreign exchange needs of financial institutions, professional service organizations and multinational corporations.  As Senior Vice President of Payment, Treasury & Risk Solutions at Cambridge Global Payments, Christopher advises clients on best practices, strategies and processes for the movement of funds globally in over 170 countries, while leading the firm’s commercial teams over the western half of the US.  

Based in Chicago, Chris enjoys exploring the world in news ways with his toddler son and wife.

Corinna Plassmeyer, MBA, CTP

Cash Manager, Natural Food Grocers

Corinna is an experienced treasury manager with an MBA, CTP and a long history of improving and streamlining processes, training employees and leading cross-functional teams. She is adept at both short and long-term budgeting and forecasting and creating forecast models as well as writing clear and concise reports to support financial analysis and recommendations. 

In her current role as Cash Manager at Natural Food Grocers, Corinna directs all cash management operations including daily cash settlement and management of all bank accounts and banking relationships.  She is responsible for improved cash flow efficiency through detailed short and long term cash forecasting and the implementation of proper banking structures.  She also manages the company’s credit facility to ensure adequate working capital and that all covenants are properly maintained and reported.  Additionally, she implements policies and procedures to ensure necessary controls are in place for all treasury activities. Corinna remains focused on incorporating automation and efficiency gains through the implementation of virtual payables, store level cash handling improvements, and credit card processing enhancements and reporting.

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