Visibility in Risk Management: Why Detailed Insight and Accurate Forecasting Are the Treasurer's Best Friends

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Event Date: March 21, 2013 

The attendees of the full live online session have been approved for 1.2 CTP/CCM recertification credits by the Association of Financial Professionals.

It is crucial for treasury to have complete visibility into cash, liquidity, forecasting, and risk exposures. Like in skiing, driving a car, or flying an airplane, knowing where you are now and what is in front of you helps ensure a smooth journey. In finance, visibility enables a similarly smooth journey of effective risk management decision-making. 

In our 1-hour webinar, the speaker panel discussed key areas that treasury can focus on to improve visibility and protect cash and financial positions from financial, counterparty, and liquidity risks, including:

  • Global cash visibility
  • Liquidity and working capital
  • Consolidated cash forecasting
  • Supply chain exposures

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Featured Speakers: 

Bob Stark, VP Product Strategy - Kyriba Corporation
Bob Stark is responsible for global product strategy and market development at Kyriba. Bob is a 15 year veteran in the treasury technology industry having served in multiple roles at Wall Street Systems, Thomson Reuters, and Selkirk Financial Technologies including product management and strategy. Bob is a regular guest speaker at treasury conferences and an active member of the Association for Financial Professionals.

Robert D. Pierson, Director – Kyriba CorporationRobert Pierson is currently the Director of Risk Management Services for Kyriba. Mr. Pierson has over 20+ years in the Treasury and Financial Derivative Markets working for and with companies such as Reval, Sungard, eSpeed, The Coca-Cola Companies, The Walt Disney Company, Ford Motor Company, and General Electric Corp. He is recognized and known as as an SME in systems implementation and process improvement for Financial Derivatives and Treasury Risk Management.