Effectively Mitigating Payments & Cyber Security Risk Exposures – Webinar 2/9/17


TreasuryJobs.com is thrilled to offer our first webinar of 2017 on Thursday, February 9th, Effectively Mitigating Payments & Cyber Security Risk Exposures: Your Career Depends on It , as part of our ongoing commitment to impact the career success of Treasury professionals.


The evolution of the Treasury function involves more ownership of the mitigation and management of financial & operational risk exposures which encompass payments and cyber risk exposures. Does your company have the right methods, technology and tools in place to minimize fraud and cyber security risk exposures?


I personally invite you to join us to discover how Treasury leaders can collaborate with IT, HR, sales, marketing and other company leaders to identify, monitor and manage these risk exposures, and devise a comprehensive data breach response plan to mitigate the cost of any data breach.

The specific learning objectives for the webinar are as follows
* Identify current and emerging payments and cyber risk exposures at your company
* Mitigate current and emerging payments and cyber risk exposures at your company
* Construct a data breach response plan to minimize the costs of a data breach or another event that impacts key technology resources.


You can  register at  http://bit.ly/CPRTIS to impact your career, and earn CTP credit. 

Getting It Right: Balancing Profitability, Liquidity & Risk in 2017 – Webinar 1/12/17


Getting It Right:
Balancing Profitability, Liquidity and Risk in 2017



Thursday, January 12, 2017


Cash forecasting will take on new meaning for treasury professionals in 2017.

The combination of allocating cash toward its “best use” together with rising rates, Basel III, Section 385 regulations and the potential for cash repatriation or a complete US tax reform from a new administration in the White House will put a premium on the Treasury’s ability to manage these many moving parts.

During this complimentary webinar, FENG, Fitch Ratings and StoneCastle Cash Management will introduce key issues every practitioner needs to consider to optimize their forecasting and liquidity management strategies in 2017.


Brandon Semilof, Managing Director, StoneCastle Cash Management
Ian Rasmussen, Senior Director, Fitch Ratings
Bruce Lynn, Managing Partner, FENG

Topics for Discussion
– How much liquidity is “enough”?
– How much risk is “too much”?
– If you were over borrowed, under invested and over exposed, how would you know?

Without the right set of goals or ability to measure “success”, 2017 could prove to be a bumpy ride.

After all, what gets measured gets managed.