February 2016 webinars

You’re gonna love these February webinars that are available for your continuing education knowledge…
16 Perspectives to Help Shape How You View Digital Transformation in 2016
This ASUG webcast series is designed to be a one-stop-shop for all things related to digital transformation and the Fourth Industrial Revolution across lines of business, industries, and technology areas. Featuring visionaries and thought leaders who will offer their insights and help you prepare to succeed in new ways in this increasingly disruptive world.
All 16 topics:
Speaker: Irfan Khan, Chief Technology Officer, Global Customer Operations, SAP
Speaker: Henry Bailey, Vice President, Industry Business Solutions, SAP
Speaker: Don Mahoney, Vice President and Global Head of Chemicals, Industry Business Solutions, SAP
Speaker: Mike Ettling, President, SAP SuccessFactors
Speaker: Isabella Groegor-Chechowicz, General Manager, Public Sector, SAP
Speaker: Achim Krueger, Vice President, Operational Excellence Solutions and LoB Asset Management, SAP
Speaker: Martin Barkman, Vice President, Head of Demand-Driven Business Planning, Extended Supply Chain Management, SAP
Speaker: Ken Evans, Global Head Oil & Gas Industry Business Unit, SAP
Speaker: Thack Brown, GM, Global Head of Line of Business Finance, SAP
Speaker: Stefan Krauss, Senior Vice President – General Manager Discrete Manufacturing Industries, SAP
Speaker: Nayaki Nayyar, General Manager and Global Head of IoT and Innovation GTM, SAP
Speaker: Sam Yen, Chief Design Officer, SAP and Managing Director, SAP Silicon Valley
Speaker: Holger Masser, ‎Global Head of Industrial Business Unit Automotive at SAP AG
Speaker: Matthew Zenus, Vice President, Database & Data Management GTM, SAP
Speaker: Dr. Bernd Welz, Executive Vice President and Head of Scale, Enablement and Transformation, SAP
Speaker: Jonathan Becher, SAP Chief Digital Officer and Head of SAP Digital

 

Wednesday, February 3, 2016 | 15:00 BST | 10:00 EST       
This was also a major issue for this company until it introduced a trail-blazing solution which Matthew Clarke, Group Treasurer at Intertek is willing to share with you. China accounts for around 20% of Intertek’s revenue and an even greater percentage of its operating profit and cash flow so the need to repatriate the cash back to the UK was a major challenge. This solution takes maximum advantage of the changing regulatory environment to deliver a robust, yet flexible, sweeping structure to maximize cut-off times for same-day value. Intertek applied for a quota for its onshore entities to lend to related offshore entities and was one of the first ten companies to get approval in Shanghai, and the very first in Guangzhou.

 

Presenter
+Matthew Clarke – Group Treasurer, Intertek Group               
Facilitator       
+John Nicholas – Editorial & Research Director, Treasury Today

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday, February 11, 2016 | 2:00 PM EST
The retail and small business lending space is rapidly changing and turning into a key battleground for financial service providers. By leveraging new technologies and data analytics, financial institutions can remain competitive and more effectively compete against the new breed of marketplace lenders.

 

Today non-bank lenders are driving innovation through online loan origination, mobile apps, and predictive analytics. By putting these tools to work and combining them with sophisticated decision technology with smarter consumer apps, leading financial institutions are able to speed origination and provide consumers with a better lending experience while improving margins and reducing portfolio risk.

 

Learning Objectives:
  • The trends and technology driving change in retail and small business lending
  • What financial institutions can do to compete and win
  • How to leverage aggregated data feeds to improve customer service and deliver a more streamlined lending experience

 

Moderator:
+Mike Sisk – Contributing Editor
American Banker Presenter:
+Christine Pratt – Lending and Credit Risk, Senior Analyst, Aite

 

Wednesday, February 17, 2016 10:00 EST, 45 minutes   
Honeywell had built up cash significantly since the beginning of the financial crisis in 2008, to over $8.4bn today. Counterparty risk has also been a growing concern as banks were hit by junk portfolios, new regulations and ensuing credit downgrades. Honeywell therefore needed to completely revamp its counterparty risk management process. Honeywell decided to harness the power of technology to address the situation. Séverine Le Blévennec, Director EMEA Treasury explains how the company leveraged a range of technology components to provide 100% daily cash visibility on their 2,241 bank accounts and all cash investment transactions around the globe.

 

Presenter       
+Séverine Le Blévennec – Director EMEA Treasury, Honeywell               
Facilitator       
+John Nicholas – Editorial & Research Director, Treasury Today   

 

Thursday, February 18, 2016 | 3 – 4:00 p.m. EDT
Member: $0 | Non-member: $50
Forecasting earnings and managing risk in the current environment can be challenging for finance professionals. The environment in which they are operating today, especially, is steeped in unpredictability and volatility.  The past year has been marked by a myriad of global issues—the downturn in China’s economy and markets, the financial crisis in Greece, the migrant crisis and ruthless terrorist attacks around the world. This webinar showcasing the 2016 AFP Risk Survey report will provide insights on financial professionals’ perceptions of the risk environment, the primary drivers impacting uncertainty, their organizations’ responses to the risk environment and areas of concern with regard to interest rate, currency and commodity risks and companies’ plans to mitigate the potential impact of such risks.

 

Learning Objectives
  • Gain a better understanding of the global risks facing corporates in 2016
  • Understand the sentiment and concerns of other practitioners across industries

 

Speakers
+Craig Martin – Executive Director, Corporate Treasurers Council
+Lucy Nottingham – Director, MMC Global Risk Center
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