Taking place on the 29th June at DoubleTree Hilton, Victoria, London, this one-day event promises to provide insight to helps treasury professionals stay one step ahead.
Topics to be covered at the event include:
- Brexit: The impact on British Business
- Working Capital
- Centralisation and Regionalisation: What treasuries are working on now
- Optimising Liquidity Management
- Emerging markets
- Regulation Round-Up: Key issues facing corporate treasurers
Don’t forget to take advantage of the early bird rate of £299+VAT, a saving of £200, which is expiring on the 29th April.
We look forward to welcoming you in June.
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