J.P. Morgan at EuroFinance International 2021: Driving the treasury of tomorrow
Get the insights you need on the future of finance: digital disruption, virtual accounts, supply chain sustainability and contextual commerce
A lot has changed in treasury management over the past 18 months – and the landscape has been almost unrecognizably transformed since EuroFinance’s inaugural conference on International Cash and Treasury Management back in 1991.
At this year’s event though, we’ll be focusing on the future: starting with the debate on the future of finance and the role of fintechs, blockchain and banking collaborations int today’s financial revolution.
Contact us if you’d like to connect at EuroFinance or discuss these topics in more detail.
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Monday September 27, 1.00pm – 2.00pm BST
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Sara Castelhano, EMEA Head of Payments & Solutions, Wholesale Payments, J.P. Morgan
Tuesday September 28, 11.00am – 12.00pm BST
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- Shifting from traditional retailers and distributors to a D2C model creates new challenges for corporations, and it highlights the importance of a modern and agile treasury and payments infrastructure on the back end.
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