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Upcoming Live Webinars

What the CEO and Board Expect From Finance Today  | Companion Webinar: Highlights from the 2020 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey

What the CEO and Board Expect From Finance Today

April 15, 2020 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EST

1.2 CTP/CCM | 1.2 FP&A | 1.2 CPE (CPE Field of Study: Business Management Organization) 

CFOs and Treasurers are challenged in this time of crisis to not only be productive and operational while working remotely but also meet a critical need from CEOs and the Board to deliver visibility into cash and liquidity. Not only are reporting requests more frequent, they also require greater precision and confidence than before the pandemic took hold.

In this webinar, an expert panel comprised of leaders from AFP, Kyriba, financial institutions, and the corporate C-suite outline expectations to drive greater liquidity and strategies to protect cash and balance sheets. Also, the skills and expectations the CEO has for finance and treasury as we go forward.

Key discussion points include working capital management, borrowing strategies, FX hedging and organic currency reduction, cost reduction initiatives. Panelists will also discuss best practices clients use in managing through the storm to keep an even keel.

Jim Kaitz, President and CEO, AFP
Wolfgang Koester, Chief Evangelist and Global Head of Financial Institutions, Kyriba
Fabio Madar, Global Co-Head of Currencies, Nat West

Anthony Scaglione, CTP, Executive Vice President and CFO, ABM Industries   

Members and Non-Members: Complimentary

Companion Webinar: Highlights from the 2020 AFP Payments Fraud and Control Survey

Tuesday May 12, 2020 | 2:00 PM- 3:00 PM EST

1.2 CTP/CCM | 1.2 FP&A | 1.2 CPE (CPE Field of Study: Business Management Organization)

Attend this webinar for key highlights from the 2020 AFP Payments Fraud Survey. Join panelists from AFP and JP Morgan to discuss the various aspects of fraud occurrences in B2B transactions. More importantly, listen to discussions on best practices in preventing and mitigating fraud attacks. Also, learn how you can prepare your organization in combatting fraud occurrences. Additionally, focus on the human aspects around Business Email Compromise (BEC) Scams and provide tips to help prevent it. AFP practitioner members will attend the webinar to provide their insights and proven capabilities to combat fraud.

Tom Hunt, Director of Treasury Services, AFP
Sassan Parandeh, Treasurer, ChildFund International
Alexander Grant, Client Fraud Prevention, Commercial Banking, JPMorgan Chase
Cat Moore, Managing Director and Head of Payment Product Delivery, Commercial Banking, JPMorgan Chase

      

Members: Complimentary    Non-Members: $100


Recorded Webinars

Unclaimed Property – Should You Give Escheat?

Credits 1.2 CTP/CCM 1.2 FP&A

The issue of unclaimed or abandoned property is something most organizations need to address in order to follow the law. As this process can be complicated this webinar walks participants through the basics of abandoned and unclaimed property ("AUP"), discusses priority and sourcing rules and highlights current litigation and hot topics in the world of AUP.

    

Members: Complimentary    Non-Members: $100


The Latest on Libor

Credits 1.2 CTP/CCM 1.2 FP&A

Watch this webinar to get an up to the minute update on what is happening with the transition away from Libor in the US. You will hear perspectives on fallback language for corporate loans, derivatives, and the corporate perspective on how best to utilize the information. Discussion will also be on creating a term SOFR, compounding and establishing credit spreads.

    

Members: Complimentary    Non-Members: $100


Looking Beyond Transactions in Cash Collections and Claims AI-driven Transformation in the Analyst’s Role

1.2 CTP/CCM 1.2 FP&A

Integrative Intelligence is the skillset that describes the way we work going forward, when data is plentiful, teams are agile, and automation is standard operations. The role of Finance must change, from supplying answers to asking questions that define the work that needs to get done, disseminating the work among a collaborative and fluid team, then integrating the learnings in a way that drives decisions. Increasingly, “bots” are members of the team in the form of algorithms, automation, predictive scripts. What are the best practices for integrating these new members of the team with your operations and existing (human) teammates?

    

Members: Complimentary    Non-Members: $100


Integrating the Intelligence Around You

1.2 CTP/CCM 1.2 FP&A

Integrative Intelligence is the skillset that describes the way we work going forward, when data is plentiful, teams are agile, and automation is standard operations. The role of Finance must change, from supplying answers to asking questions that define the work that needs to get done, disseminating the work among a collaborative and fluid team, then integrating the learnings in a way that drives decisions. Increasingly, “bots” are members of the team in the form of algorithms, automation, predictive scripts. What are the best practices for integrating these new members of the team with your operations and existing (human) teammates?

   

Members: Complimentary    Non-Members: $100


PSD2 and Open Banking: What are the Implications in Europe and the U.S.

Credits 1.2 CTP/CCM 1.2 FP&A

The revised Payments Services Directive (PSD2) has attracted quite a bit of attention since it was proposed by the European Union in 2013. The objective of the PSD2 is standardizing, integrating and improving payment efficiency in the European Union by creating an equal playing field for payments service providers by enabling new companies to enter the payments space. This webinar sorts through the details of PSD2 and discusses implications for financial institutions and corporates, particularly in Europe where it is being mandated and looks at what the U.S. implications may be.

   

Members: Complimentary     Non-Members: $100


Data Visualization for Improved Communications

Credits 1.2 CTP/CCM 1.2 FP&A

Treasury and Finance professionals are dealing with immense amounts of data and they are tasked with sharing information with others in their organization. They often have to place this data in a visual context and need to ensure the data is grasped as they intended. Research shows we more readily understand visuals, and businesses are demanding more and better visualization of data. Visualizations help people spot trends, anomalies, exceptions and outliers. However, we are not naturally good at presenting data visually. This course provides a grounding in basic data visualization concepts.

Members: Complimentary     Non- Members: $100