The Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) has put out a call to treasury and finance professionals to prepare applications for speakers’ spots at the 2009 conference in San Francisco. Proposals are called for in subject areas including: cash and liquidity management; corporate finance and capital structure; financial accounting and reporting; global financial management; payment systems; pension and benefits; risk management; treasury operations; Canadian treasury and finance; and career development.
Speaker applicants should be innovative problem solvers, having faced obstacles and adapted and introduced new programmes, products, procedures or practices within treasury and finance. They should have also managed budgets and controlled costs, and be able to share their knowledge from a hands-on perspective. The AFP is looking for speakers to present unbiased, original, and essential information.
For more on the application and speaker selection process, and to complete your application before the 7 January 2009 deadline, please go to: www.afponline.org/cfp
The AFP Annual Conference offers more than 150 educational sessions, workshops and professional networking for more than 6,000 treasury and financial professionals.
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