Monday, November 11, 2013 - 2 PM ET / 11 AM PT
Using best practices within your cash management function to be as efficient and effective as possible should be a goal of every treasury department. As treasury teams know, this is just the starting point. The end goal is to have all the elements in place such as banking infrastructure, cash visibility and cash forecasting - which enables an organization to be ideally suited to make the best decisions regarding liquidity use.
In this webinar, we discussed:
- Banking infrastructure and controls
- Cash visibility and automation of bank connectivity
- Cash forecasting through collaboration and formalized reporting
- and more...
Listen to the recording of our interactive webinar discussion to hear Phil Mattes, treasury strategist at Kyriba, former treasury director at CareerBuilder and Groupon, and Steven Walden, manager of treasury operations at Mercy Health, discuss real-life cash management best practice examples and learn how they have helped treasury teams to optimize their liquidity decisions.
Attendees of the full live online session have been approved for 1.2 CTP/CCM recertification credits by the Association of Financial Professionals.
Steve Walden – Manager, Treasury Operations, Mercy Health
Steve has worked in Treasury for over 22 years for various St. Louis companies in different industries – public, private, not-for-profit, healthcare, investments and manufacturing. He has been with Mercy since 2004 and is responsible for all cash management, banking, and basically anything that touches Mercy’s $8-10 billion of annual cash flows. Mercy is the 6th largest Catholic healthcare system in the US and operates 32 Hospitals and 300 physician clinics in MO, OK, KS, ARK, employing 48,000 employees, 2,000 doctors, and treating 3 million patients a year.
Philip Mattes - Treasury Strategist, Kyriba
In his role at Kyriba, Phil provides clients with consulting and advice on all aspects of treasury system projects. Phil has over 15 years of consulting and corporate experience in treasury.
He cut his treasury teeth as a treasury analyst at the New York City headquarters of the global oilfield services firm, Schlumberger. He then spent more than eight years with the corporate treasury consulting practice of PricewaterhouseCoopers, specializing in the selection and implementation of treasury systems. Feeling the siren call of the corporate world again, he joined CareerBuilder LLC in Chicago as the director of treasury to establish its corporate treasury functions. Mostly recently, Phil was the global director of treasury for Groupon Inc.