• 21–23 September 2022

    EuroFinance International Treasury Management

    Corporate treasury in turbulent times

Treasury is changing. Geopolitical issues, climate change, the continued impact of Covid-19, alongside new business models and the digital imperative are driving a total remake. The “new” treasury will be a highly digital and automated function, tasked with meeting strategic goals and changing remits.

In-person for the first time in three years, 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 with the main theme “Treasury in Transition” offers trends and insights from the world’s most senior-level treasury professionals and is the perfect platform for networking with colleagues and peers.

Deutsche Bank´s sessions at the EuroFinance event 2022

There are a total of 80 presentations across six themed as well as ‘big picture’ insights on global economic and geopolitical trends underpin the 2022 programme. Below are details of the sessions our experts are contributing to

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Treasury priorities in this uncertain world

Covid, the on-going Ukraine-Russia war, soaring inflation and fast-changing business models have left treasury scrambling to manage ever more and different risks. Against this background, The Economist Impact team recently surveyed 150 treasurers globally to identify top disruptions and subsequent mitigation strategies. Treasurers were most concerned about the reversal in globalisation and the impact to the business, but other notable areas were the promise and the challenge of using data to more efficiently manage in uncertain times. Prioritising investment portfolios in the current climate was also high on the agenda along with managing cyber crime and the impact of tax and regulatory changes. In this panel discussion hear from the treasury community about the actions they are taking to balance multiple priorities.


  • Antonio Fernandez-Montes Gallego, Head of Markets and Treasury, Repsol S.A.
  • Christof Hofmann, Global Head of Corporate Cash Management, Deutsche Bank AG

Date and time: Wednesday, 21st September at 2:40 pm – 3:20 pm CET

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Caught in a cash trap?

Trapped cash comes in many flavours. Some of it is locked up in highly regulated jurisdictions with strict capital controls. Some are simply stuck in places or structures where there is no tax-efficient way to repatriate it. And increasingly, given today’s geopolitical situation, some of it is trapped by sanctions against individuals, companies and companies that do business with sanctioned entities. What to do about cash that is nominally owned by companies but is not operationally available is one of the thorniest problems in treasury and most situations require a bespoke solution. That said, there are a number of broad approaches to the problem and in many cases new technology can be applied to these approaches to make them more efficient. In this workshop we will be looking at the latest challenges in trapped cash, including sanctions, and will deep-dive into the legal, regulatory, banking and technology solutions around them.


  • Sekar Sundaram, CFA, Executive Director & Assistant Treasurer, Parexel
  • Juliette Yim, Head of MNC Regional Cash Management Sales APAC, Deutsche Bank
  • Moderated by: Darrell Thomas, former VP and Treasurer, Harley-Davidson, Inc.

Date and time: Thursday, 22nd September at 2:00 pm – 2:40 pm CET

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Save the date: We hope to see you in 2023. The next International Treasury Management will take place September 27th - 29th 2023 in Barcelona

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