Journeys To Treasury 2019-2020

Journeys to Treasury combines vision and practicality to offer a realistic view of treasury challenges – and opportunities - of today and tomorrow.

How can treasurers leverage best practices and new technologies to take the treasury function beyond an operational centre of excellence to a strategic business partner?

In the fourth edition of Journeys to Treasury, BNP Paribas, PwC, SAP and the European Association of Corporate Treasurers (EACT) come together once again to explore some of the priorities that treasurers have identified, and which are shaping the treasury of today and tomorrow.

The four following topics were developed in this year’s edition:

Payments and Collections

As digital business models emerge, new payment methods are proliferating. Treasurers can play a key role in supporting business units by proposing new payment and collection methods to differentiate the experience of customers and suppliers.

FX Risk Management

Managing foreign exchange (FX) risk remains one of treasurers’ highest priorities, and FX volatility can make a major difference to earnings.

Technology Enablers

With expanding technology opportunities and lower barriers to adoption, treasurers have an unprecedented ability to automate processes and enhance decision-making. However, the success of these endeavours relies on high quality data.

To get the best from new technology, treasurers and their partners across the business need to adopt a data-driven mindset.

The Future Treasury

Treasury is still a relatively new profession, yet has become increasingly important as corporations expand their international reach. In a fast-changing business and digital environment, and with an expanding set of responsibilities, how can treasurers prepare for the future?

Quote from Didier Vandenhaute, Parter at PwC Belgium about Journey to Treasury 2019-2020

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