Managing Rapid International Growth
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Managing Rapid International Growth

EuroFinance San Francisco 2017 is about building that best-practice treasury to support growth. Our mix of technical sessions with studies from your peers and colleagues will give you new ideas and actionable takeaways. If you need to scale your treasury up for global expansion, this event is tailored for you.

01/03/2017 to 02/03/2017
When: 1-2 March 2017
Where: Intercontinental San Francisco
888 Howard Street
San Francisco, California  94103
United States

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Finance and treasury supporting change

Are you the treasurer of a high-growth company in the process of building out an international presence? Are you an established treasury looking to transform into a leaner, more efficient unit as you grow globally? Then you know the challenges: which treasury structures and technology do you select? How do you maintain central control without stifling business opportunities? How do you choose the right banks to partner with you for growth? If you have already commenced that journey, how do you keep up to date with the enormous number of changes in technology, structures, regulation and tax that complicate corporate structures in the future?

EuroFinance San Francisco 2017 is about building that best-practice treasury to support growth. Our mix of technical sessions with studies from your peers and colleagues will give you new ideas and actionable takeaways. If you need to scale your treasury up for global expansion, this event is tailored for you.

Highlights

  • Cutting edge case studies that detail the pain points of international growth and how to overcome them
  • Lessons learned from some of the top names in international treasury: How to get it right from the start
  • The right mix of banks for an international footprint
  • The right treasury strategy for growth
  • Getting that elusive visibility of global cash
  • Technology to support global expansion – don’t make poor choices 
  • Overcoming the challenges of emerging markets