gtnews will hold its third annual Awards for Global Corporate Treasury on 24 May 2012, during its Global Corporate Treasurers Forum Europe event in Amsterdam.
Alongside the new date, the awards will double in size, with 12 categories and 24 specialist judges, all of them experienced corporate treasurers.
“The Awards have grown very rapidly since the first event just two years ago,” said Mike Hewitt, chief executive officer (CEO) of gtnews. “We had more than 50 entries last year and we aim to see still faster growth in the future.”
Categories, entry details and judges will be announced in December.
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