Nick Leeson to discuss holistic risk management in treasury
The Global Treasury Congress | London, 07 October 2015
Nick Leeson, the original Rogue Trader, has been confirmed as headline keynote speaker at the Global Treasury Congress 2015, taking place on 07 October 2015 at The Barbican, London.
Leeson, who spent three and a half years in a Singaporean prison for a series of unauthorised dealings that led to the collapse of Barings Bank will address over 300 senior treasurers and finance professionals from around the world at the Global Treasury Congress 2015.
With personal insight on how financial disasters transpire, Leeson will be elucidating treasurers with a candid discussion on the rising importance of better governance and risk management amid the current uncertainties of the global financial climate.
Why attend Global Treasury Congress 2015?
The Global Treasury Congress is the premier treasury event of 2015, where professionals from the world of treasury and finance can;
- Discover how the latest developments in FinTech could help treasurers increase compliance within back office operations through automation and straight through processing
- Interact with a panel of experts debating; “Are banks doing enough to serve their corporate customers?”
- Learn from industry thought leaders who are at the forefront of innovation within treasury risk management
What to expect
Hosted by AccessPay, the payment automation and business intelligence solutions provider, this key industry event will give treasurers a rare opportunity to hear leading financial experts discuss the latest issues affecting the treasury world.
With extensive networking opportunities throughout the day and a variety of financial institutions and software vendors exhibiting, this premier treasury event is one you cannot afford to miss.
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