Gerard Hartsink, chair of European Payments Council (EPC) and senior executive vice president at ABN Amro Bank, has been confirmed as a keynote speaker at the gtnews Global Corporate Treasurers Forum – Europe (GCTFE) event for senior treasury professionals, to be held at The Grosvenor House Hotel in London on 23-25 June.
At ABN Amro, Hartsink is responsible for global transaction services and market infrastructures. He also participates in the governance of the following organisations: chair of CLS Bank, board member of LCH.Clearnet, convenor of ISO 20022 Registration Management Group, and board member of SWIFT.
At GCTFE, Hartsink’s speech will be titled ‘Roadmap for the Single Euro Payments Area’, and will be covering topics such as expectations of the regulators, commitment and deliverables of the EPC, and the co-operation model with corporates to realise SEPA.
To be held at The Grosvenor House Hotel in London on 23-25 June, GCTFE has been specifically designed for senior level corporate treasury professionals. It will cover issues as diverse as shared services, pension risks, foreign exchange (FX) strategies, funding corporate growth and treasury best practice. These and other topics have been selected by a steering group of experienced treasurers who are there to safeguard the relevance and independence of the conference. If you are a treasury professional and would like to register your interest in attending GCTFE, please click here.
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