Implementing a global treasury structure is an important requirement for expanding international companies, to ensure operational efficiencies and also comply with local practices and regulations.
Given the cultural differences, as well as global banking, compliance and tax complexities, deploying U.S. corporate treasury best practices may not be suitable across all markets. A thoughtful and well executed global treasury structure utilizing treasury technology and best practices is a critical exercise to ensure Treasury strategically partners with regional business units to achieve global expansion.
In this webinar, treasury experts from Kyriba and Global Treasury Partners investigate several considerations when deploying corporate treasury policies to achieve global treasury efficiencies, including:
- Optimizing global liquidity management leveraging comprehensive balance visibility and intercompany structures
- Managing payment workflows, controls and bank access rights
- Implementing and maintaining bank account mandates in accordance with corporate banking resolutions
- Consolidating global cash flow forecast and analyzing forecast variances
Ari Morris, MBA, CPA, CMA - Founding Partner, Global Treasury Partners
For over 25 years Ari has been providing leadership in global and domestic treasury consulting engagements, technology selection and design, cash and liquidity structures and foreign exchange hedging. Prior to lending his expertise as a consultant to the treasury community, Ari led the Services and Strategic Relationships for Thomson Reuters' Global Corporate Treasury business, where he played a key role in managing some of the most significant transitions in the treasury technology industry. During the early part of Ari's career, he developed a reputation as an expert in risk management while utilizing his business acumen as a foreign currency and swaps dealer for both JP Morgan Chase and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation. Ari is an Advisor to the Cornell - Queens Executive MBA program for the New Ventures and Global Business courses and is a member of the board of the Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University.
Gregory Person - Vice President, Global Presales, Kyriba
Gregory has been a finance and treasury practitioner for 15+ years, with extensive experience in global treasury operations including U.S. and international cash management and strategic cash flow forecasting – working with large multinational corporate treasury departments. Over his career, Gregory has held positions with Microsoft, EMC Corporation, Boston Scientific and Wall Street Systems, and recently joined Kyriba to lead its global presales organization. He holds Bachelor of Science degrees in Finance and Philosophy from Northeastern University and is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP).