Bank Account Management
EBAM: Your remote control in bank account management
An increasing focus on bank account management is being observed among multinational companies. Worldwide treasury trends such as centralization, standardization and the increasing independence of banks have been gathering pace for several years. These trends have spurred the implementation not only of traditional treasury management systems, but they have also driven an increase in centralized payment factories, bank rationalization plans and SWIFT connectivity solutions. Recently, treasury management software vendors and banks started promoting their solutions for electronic bank account management.
When: 13 November, 2012 starting at 13.00 CET
Where: Le Méridien Hotel, Carrefour de l'Europe 3 - Europakruispunt 3, 1000 Brussels - Belgium
- Laurens Tijdhof & Eliane Eysackers – Zanders
“Trends in Corporate Treasury & Technology”
- Carlo Palmers – SWIFT
“Brief overview of the functionality of the EBAM Standards, their use on the SWIFT network and the status of the EBAM Central Utility.”
- Tony Osentoski – Cytec Industries
"Big BAM Theory"
- Quentin Heslouin – IT2 Treasury Solutions
“How a treasury management system manages EBAM messaging”
- Mark Drenth & Pim Denissen – Liberty Global
“Reduce Costs & Increase efficiency with EBAM”
- Luc Belpaire – SunGard
“System solution for EBAM”
- Marie-Laurence Faure-Lepetit – BNP Paribas
"EBAM: overcoming key challenges"
- Peter Hoogervorst - RBS
"RBS and EBAM; what is the current and future offering?"
Please find here the detailed program.
Who should attend?
Corporate treasurers involved in daily bank account management with a focus on efficiency and process optimization.
If you would like to attend this seminar, you can register online.
Registration will close on 10 November 2012 or if the maximum number of attendees has been reached.
In case you have any questions, please contact Eliane Eysackers at +32 479 19 46 00 or email email@example.com.
Bedrijf: ZandersDatum: 13 november 2012
Inschrijven voor: 13 november 2012
Type event: Seminar