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November 2019 - Breakfast with a side of “Fin-Tech”
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November 2019 - Breakfast with a side of “Fin-Tech”

Join the RMAFP for a breakfast and speaker event featuring AI and RPA discussion, demo and interactive questions.

When: Wednesday, November 13, 2019
7:15 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.
Where: Extraction Oil & Gas - Republic Plaza Concourse Level Training Room
370 17th Street
Denver, Colorado  80202
United States
Contact: Megan Kava/Kim Lott

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Topic:                           AI and RPA: Everything you wanted to know, but were afraid to ask

Event Format:              Topic Talk, Interactive Questions & Technology Demonstration



7:15 a.m.-7:50 a.m.                Check in, get your coffee & breakfast, network

7:50 a.m.-8:00 a.m.                Opening comments

8:00 a.m.-9:00 a.m.                Topic Talk, Interactive Questions & Technology Demonstration


Event Synopsis:


Financial Technology (FinTech) is changing treasury as we know it – digital treasury is the future!  Learn why RPA and AI have become the hottest topics in treasury and how they can help integrate Treasury Management Systems and streamline your organization for improved security and scalability with automation. What is your next strategic initiative? Optimization, automation, transformation! Join this discussion with Aron sharing his insight into the current Treasury Technology Trends.



Aron Chazen

Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder

Aron has worked in institutional treasury for over 20 years, building global treasury teams and strategic resources for clients. Aron co-founded the Global Cash Business at JP Morgan and helped grow it to $250 billion in assets. While at JP Morgan, Aron ran the Institutional Treasury Group in the Americas, which provided treasury management solutions for multinational corporations and public sector clients. In addition, Aron led the effort to create JP Morgan’s Global Cash Portal that gave clients online access to manage assets and reporting on their JP Morgan products, and he launched the firm’s first institutional offshore money market fund for use by multinational corporations.

Prior to J.P. Morgan, Aron was part of the first Institutional Cash Team at both Fidelity Investments and Franklin/Templeton. Aron has been active in the Association for Financial Professionals since 1991, is frequently quoted in treasury trade journals worldwide, and actively speaks at industry conferences. Aron has his series 7, 24 and 63 licenses and holds a BS from Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo.

Peter Lang

Chief Technology Officer

Peter has been an IT executive for over 20 years and has led the development of architecture/IT systems for multiple global Fortune 100 organizations. Peter came to Treasury Curve from CloudServ, a cloud managed services firm, where he was CEO. Prior to CloudServ, Peter founded and grew Trellis Integration Partners as a Microsoft Partner after working at Microsoft as the IT director of treasury, tax and audit. While at Microsoft, Peter built the system for Microsoft to be one of the first corporations to connect directly to the global financial network, SWIFT, which reduced the number of bank connections from several to a single pipe in common formats. The project spawned the new business, Trellis, which replicated SWIFT connectivity for all of Microsoft treasury.

Prior to working at Microsoft, Peter held various IT and systems architecture roles at AT&T Wireless. Peter has published multiple articles on the subjects of connectivity to SWIFT and cloud-based treasury systems. He holds an MBA in Finance and Strategic Management from Pepperdine University and a BA in Business Administration and HRA from Washington State University.


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