One great event, which addresses in detail the two major priorities for treasury professionals: how to maximize working capital and cashflow, and where to find the best corporate investment opportunities.

The inaugural Cash and Liquidity Europe Conference was rated ‘excellent’ or ‘very good’ by 80% of corporate practitioners in attendance last November and we look forward to replicating success and feedback of similar proportions state-side on 13th – 14th September 2016. The Cash and Liquidity USA Conference will create an optimal opportunity for the cash and investment-focused treasury world to benchmark case studies in cash and payment centralization excellence and locate the best long and short-term investment opportunities.

Day One – Cash Management & Commercial Payments Focus Day:

The Cash Management and Commercial Payments Focus Day will enable a variety of corporations of all sizes, geographical spread and turnover to employ strategies to enhance cash, payment and bank account visibility, compare notes with treasury peers on treasury management system implementation and provide a real-time update on the corporate readiness of digital payments uptake as a working capital extension tool.

Learn how to manage growing trade and cash flows between the United States and the emerging markets whilst utilizing bespoke treasury management systems, best-of-breed bank account arrangement tools and commercial payment innovation.

Day Two – Liquidity Optimization Focus Day:

The Liquidity Optimization Focus Day is focused on providing a platform for investment, hedging and liquidity centered treasurers to trade insight on future-proofing surplus cash investment in alignment with the new interest-rate norm, the positioning of separate accounts, tri-party repo and asset-backed securities as part of a portfolio and uncertainties surrounding SEC money market reform and Basel III regulation on capital management.

Discuss how to take advantage of growing surplus investable liquidity and enhance the positioning of yield-generating asset classes.