At AFP Roundtable, Retailers to Discuss Treasury and Finance Best Practices Annual AFP Roundtable Devoted Entirely to Retail Treasury Issues Set for April 17 in Chicago
BETHESDA, Md., March 28, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Treasury and finance professionals who work for retail organizations can learn best practices and network with their peers by attending the AFP Retail Roundtable, April 17, in Chicago, hosted by the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP). This year's Retail Roundtable will spend the day solely devoted to retail treasury issues and ideas of interest to corporate practitioners. There are no sponsors present at the event so attendees can speak openly and candidly.
What are the topics?
- POS and back office payment operations
- Bank relationship management
- Liquidity management
- The Durbin Amendment and Justice Department settlement.
Who should attend?
Retail or wholesale corporate practitioners, including:
- Chief Financial Officers
- Assistant Treasurers
- Vice Presidents of Finance
- Assistant Vice Presidents of Finance
- Directors of Treasury Management/Finance
- Managers of Treasury/Finance
- Cash Managers
- Assistant Cash Managers.
The Retail Roundtable will be moderated by two AFP subject matter experts with a deep knowledge of retail treasury—Tom Hunt, CTP, Director of Treasury Services, and David Bellinger, CTP, Director of Payments.
This event is for corporate practitioners only. All registrants are subject to review by AFP.
The Association for Financial Professionals (AFP), headquartered outside Washington, D.C., serves a network of more than 16,000, members with news, economic research and data, treasury certification programs, networking events, financial analytical tools, training, and public policy representation to legislators and regulators. AFP is the daily resource for the finance profession (www.afponline.org).
AFP's global reach extends to over 150,000 treasury and financial professionals worldwide, including AFP of Canada; London-based gtnews, an on-line resource for the treasury and finance community; and bobsguide, a financial IT solutions network.
SOURCE Association for Financial Professionals