Conference I 27–29 September 2023 I Barcelona
EuroFinance International Treasury ManagementNavigating a new world
The level of possibility and sophistication in the world of payments and cash management continues to grow, and yet so do the challenges. Enterprises are faced with an increasing velocity of change from the combination of geopolitical disruptions, inflation, rising interest rates, and supply chain bottlenecks. “Navigating a new world”, this year’s main theme, will ask for a highly digital and automated treasury function, tasked with meeting strategic goals and changing remits.
For its 32nd year this year in Barcelona, the world’s leading treasury management event will bring together more than 2,000 attendees, 150 speakers and 100 sponsors and exhibitors. The physical event offers trends and insights from the world’s most senior-level treasury professionals and is the perfect platform for networking with colleagues and peers.
Join us: Get connected with our Deutsche Bank representatives and visit us at our booth L45 and L46.
Deutsche Bank´s session at the EuroFinance event 2023
The 2023 programme features six streams, including a new Future Focus which will host talks on the topics shaping the future of finance. Below are details of our expert session in Stream 5 “Championing change: the innovating treasurer”. We look forward to seeing you there.
Thursday, 28 September, 2.40 pm-3.20 pm
Building an inhouse bank to manage accounts and payments for subsidiaries
Advantages to building an inhouse bank are, put simply, that on balance sheet capital either generated in cash receipts, or borrowed at low rates, can be funneled to business units, subsidiaries and suppliers without the need for external liquidity partners. Yet the activities of an inhouse bank, such as funding, intercompany lending, payments on behalf of, liquidity management and FX management, all require controls and oversight that the treasury needs to manage. Some inhouse banks are also able to extend other financing, such as purchase order financing, factoring and reverse factoring or SCF. The complexity of inhouse banking is a great undertaking for the treasury which requires significant internal resourcing and support. Our panel of in-house banking experts who have built from the ground up talk through the triumphs and tribulations, to achieve successful structures.
- Susana Aristizabal, eBay treasury international, eBay
- Gisele Benetollo, Head of Cash Management, Electrolux
- Stefan Windisch, Senior Cash Manager, Treasury Operations, Roche
- Parvathy Ramachandran, Head of Cash Management Sales, UKI & Nordics, Deutsche Bank
flow special white paper
Digital payments and treasury: why are they an enabler of long-term growth? Digital payments and treasury: why are they an enabler of long-term growth?
As e-commerce continues to grow, digital payments – the facilitator of these online sales – have become a top priority for merchants, with a focus on providing an intuitive, fast and seamless experience for customers.
While businesses look to embrace digital payment strategies, there is an opportunity for treasury to take a more holistic approach and help to improve the end-to-end payment workflow, enterprise resource planning (ERP) integration and material and distribution management. This white paper, by Deutsche Bank and KPMG, explains how and why this approach is an important business enabler when supported by banks and technology providers.
What do corporate treasurers want from their banks? Apart from the obvious of everything working on time every time, and a trusted partner in good times and tough – the relationship needs to be dynamic and enterprise-wide. Treasury consultant Kate Pohl hosts a flow discussion to find out more
The roll out of a virtual account structure for a large corporate client has many advantages, especially when the solution adopted has the extra twist that Siemens and Deutsche Bank have just successfully applied. In an article first published by TMI, Heiko Nix of Siemens and Christof Hofmann of Deutsche Bank talk to TMI Deputy Editor Tom Alford
FLOW CASE STUDY, CASH MANAGEMENT
The Roche Group treasury team has been on an ambitious journey since 2004, and this has since proved a model for treasury functions around the world. With the implementation of virtual accounts a pivotal step, flow charts treasury’s transformation to become a strategic business partner for the Group