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#74 – 2020 Treasury Fraud and Controls

#74 – 2020 Treasury Fraud and Controls

Host Craig Jeffery interviews Chris Gerda, Risk and Fraud Prevention Officer of Bottomline Technologies on the current and projected impact of fraud on the finance and treasury environment. Topics of discussion center around corporate fraud concerns, security spend, hacking tactics, recent events, and the significant value of the 2020 Treasury Fraud & Controls Survey. Listen in to find out how you can better protect yourself and your organization against attacks.

#73 – Real-Time Payments: Learning from the Customer

#73 – Real-Time Payments: Learning from the Customer

Live at the 2019 AFP Conference in Boston, Host Craig Jeffery joins special guests Jennifer Stanley, MUFG’s VP and Senior Product Manager of Real Time Payments, and Mark McCarthy, Managing Director of Energy & Power Transaction Banking, to discuss real-time payments with view to learning from the customer. Listen in as they explore this brand-new payment rail and the transformative value it’s bringing to business-to-consumer applications with a focus on the utility industry.

#72 – Free-Range Check-In

#72 – Free-Range Check-In

Host Craig Jeffery checks in with Kyriba’s VP of Strategy Bob Stark in a wide-range session covering numerous topics. They engage in a colorful conversation on the impact of technology on jobs, the implications of the movement to the cloud by ERP systems, changes in digital currency dynamics, increasing standards on payment security, and real-time treasury – from faster payments to faster information. Listen in on this free-range discussion.

#70 – Know Your Customer Solutions

#70 – Know Your Customer Solutions

Banks and corporate treasury groups agree on the top compliance pain – KYC. On this episode of the Treasury Update Podcast, Host Craig Jeffery talks with Marie-Charlotte Henseval, Head of KYC Compliance Services at SWIFT on Know Your Customer Solutions. Topics of discussion center around the history of SWIFT, KYC principles, and the adoption and experience of banks and corporate treasury groups. Listen in to the discussion to find out more.

#66 – Cyber and Payment Security Update

#66 – Cyber and Payment Security Update

On this episode, Strategic Treasurer’s Managing Partner Craig Jeffery discusses some perspectives on security that matters to payment, IT and treasury professionals.

#64 – Seismic Shifts in Corporate Treasury Series: Open Treasury

#64 – Seismic Shifts in Corporate Treasury Series: Open Treasury

On this episode of the Seismic Shifts in Corporate Treasury series, Host Craig Jeffery talks with Tracy Kantrowitz, VP and Chief Marketing Officer at TreasuryXpress to examine these data challenges in light of Open Treasury – the ability to seamlessly connect systems and data.

#62 – The Readiness of Treasury for New Technology Disruption

#62 – The Readiness of Treasury for New Technology Disruption

On this episode of Strategic Treasurer’s Seismic Shifts in Corporate Treasury series, Podcast Host Craig Jeffery leads the discussion on new technology disruption with Seth Marlowe, SVP Strategist at Wells Fargo, Treasury Insights Consulting Group.

#57 – FAQs in Treasury: Round 3

#57 – FAQs in Treasury: Round 3

On this episode of The Treasury Update Podcast, Strategic Treasurer’s Managing Director, Craig Jeffery, shares valuable insights into the most frequently asked industry questions on accounting, hedging, working capital and more.

#56 – Seismic Shifts in Higher Education and Healthcare Treasury

#56 – Seismic Shifts in Higher Education and Healthcare Treasury

On this episode of Seismic Shifts in Corporate Treasury, Craig Jeffery talks to James Lock and Simon Abtalion of JP Morgan Chase about major changes and disruptions impacting today’s treasury and finance spheres, with an emphasis placed on higher education and healthcare.