Register to Join Kyriba’s Webinar: Treasury and Risk Management: Reviewing Today’s Priorities, Trends and Impacts
http://www.kyriba.com –Treasury and risk management responsibilities have not only increased in complexity, but have converged such that the corporate treasury team is involved more than ever in risk management.
New York,US (PRWEB) February 13, 2013
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Thursday, February 28, 2013 – 11am EDT
Treasury and risk management responsibilities have not only increased in complexity, but have converged such that the corporate treasury team is involved more than ever in risk management. In this webinar, Marie N. Hollein of Financial Executives International (FEI), and Robert Pierson and Bob Stark of Kyriba will lead a discussion on how risk management for corporate treasury has evolved and where treasury teams are prioritizing their time. Specific topics to be addressed include:
Corporate treasury´s risk management priorities
- How treasury and risk management are becoming one function
- Technology´s role to both help and enable better treasury and risk management
- Regulatory concerns and economic trends that affect corporate treasury strategy
Marie N. Hollein, CTP, President and CEO — FEI
Marie N. Hollein was named President and CEO of Financial Executives International and Financial Executives Research Foundation in January 2009. FEI is the professional association of choice for senior-level corporate financial executives and the leading organization dedicated to advancing ethical, responsible financial management. Marie brings over 30 years of extensive corporate and financial services experience to her role. Marie was previously a Managing Director of Financial Risk Management for KPMG, where she led the treasury practice and provided treasury and risk management advisory services to US and global corporations and banking institutions. Prior to joining KPMG in 2005, Marie held senior financial executive management positions at Ruesch International, ABN Amro Bank, Citibank and Westinghouse Electric Corporation.
Robert D. Pierson, Director — Kyriba Corporation
Robert Pierson is currently the director of risk management services for Kyriba. Mr. Pierson has over 20 years in the treasury and financial derivative markets working for and with companies such as Reval, SunGard, eSpeed, The Coca-Cola Companies, The Walt Disney Company, Ford Motor Company, and General Electric Corp. He is recognized and known as an SME in systems implementation and process improvement for financial derivatives and treasury risk management.
Bob Stark, VP Product Strategy – Kyriba Corporation
Bob Stark is responsible for global product strategy and market development at Kyriba. Bob is a 14 year veteran in the treasury technology industry having served in multiple roles at Wall Street Systems, Thomson Reuters, and Selkirk Financial Technologies including product management and strategy. Bob is a regular guest speaker at treasury conferences and an active member of the Association for Financial Professionals.
Register to join the webinar here: http://www.kyriba.com/resources/webinars/treasury-and-risk-management-reviewing-todays-priorities-trends-and-impacts-22813
Kyriba is the global leader in next generation treasury solutions in the cloud. We enable CFOs and finance teams to optimize their corporate treasury functions by delivering fully-integrated cash, treasury, payment, risk management and supply chain finance solutions through a user-friendly, scalable and secure SaaS platform. Kyriba improves visibility and productivity, enabling our clients to minimize risks and have better control over their treasury and finance decisions. With a client loyalty rate of over 98 percent, we support more than 700 organizations globally including market leaders such as Amway, Electronic Arts (EA), Interpublic Group, PulteGroup, Inc. and Qualcomm. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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