The Top 3 Sessions and More Reasons to Attend NYCE 2018

May 22, 2018
Daniel Shaffer
NYCE 2018 treasury finance conference

Global financial threats are escalating, cybercrime is a top priority for CFOs and the demand for more fluid working capital is increasing. With so many challenges facing senior leaders today, it is essential to stay in touch with thought leaders in the treasury and finance space to stay ahead of the competition. One event not to miss is the New York Cash Exchange 2018, an annual conference hosted by the Treasury Management Association of New York (TMANY). NYCE 2018, May 30 – June 1 at the Hilton New York, Avenue of the Americas at 53rd Street, is a massive event for networking, staying in the know and gaining professional renewal credits. This year, Kyriba is proud to participate in two must-attend sessions at the event as well as sponsor the Wednesday Keynote Luncheon with Colonel Nicole Malachowski.  

Must attend sessions

1. Wednesday Luncheon Keynote with Colonel Nicole Malachowski. Retired United States Air Force. Colonel Nicole Malachowski is a rock star in military aviation. She is the first woman fighter pilot for the Thunderbirds Air Demonstration Squadron - flying 400 mph 300 feet off the ground and 36 inches apart from other planes. Col. Malachowski’s talk will focus on harnessing the headwinds of change, leadership, creating a high-performance culture, and overcoming obstacles to success.

2. Top 5 Strategies for Treasury to Protect Against Payments Fraud. Date: May 30, from 9 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. Speakers: Timothy Hesler, Assistant Treasurer of Global Banking, Cash Management and Treasury Operations at New York University; Sam Pallota, Chief Risk Officer and Treasurer at Rockefeller Group; Jason Dobbs, Manager at Actualize Consulting; Bob Stark, VP of Strategy at Kyriba. Fraud and cybercrime are becoming the biggest threat to CFOs and treasurers, with new threats and schemes being reported almost daily. The AFP's latest survey indicates that 74 percent of corporates have been targeted and 34 percent have reported loss of funds due to payments fraud. In this session, key practitioners will review the leading practices implemented to ensure that your organization is not low hanging fruit for fraudsters and cybercriminals.

3. Improve Working Capital with Supply Chain Finance (I). Date: May 30, from 11a.m. - 12:15 p.m. Speakers: Mark Ferguson, CEO at Innervation Finance Group and Greg Person, VP at Kyriba. In recent years, treasury teams have been tasked with improving working capital management strategies in an effort to meet board and external financial targets. This session will present how treasury teams are taking responsibility for optimizing liquidity through supplier financing programs and collaborating internally to reduce risk in their organization's supply chain.

More reasons to attend NYCE 2018

The New York Cash Exchange 2018 is approved for up to 15.9 CTP renewal credits and up to 15.9 FP&A recertification credits by the Association for Financial Professionals; and it is approved for up to 17.0 CPE credits for CPA’s. Be sure to read the fine print about how the CTP, FP&A and CPE professional renewal credits are issued.

To meet up with Kyriba, and learn more about preventing payments fraud or improving working capital with supply chain finance, meet-up with the team at booth # 319.

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