A Treasury Update Podcast Series
A part of the Treasury Update Podcast, the #GoStrategic series covers a wide range of topics with a focus on how organizations can go strategic. This includes freeing up the organization from operational activities in order to make more time for plans and activities that are considered strategic.
This series will showcase how to create value for organizations by leveraging more data to make better decisions, recognizing processes that can be further automated or managed by a third party, and building internal and external relationships to move the organization forward.
Topics of discussion will include:
- Managing relationships with banks and vendors
- Optimizing domestic & international bank fees and merchant card processing
- Handling compliance issues such as FBAR and secure email
- Ensuring the security of people and payment processes stays current
- Establishing a planning cadence and structure
What It Means to Go Strategic
Domestic and International Bank Fees
Solving for Transparency with Merchant Cards
A Strategic View on Compliance
The Human Element: A Vital Part of Secure Treasury
On part 5 of the #GoStrategic series, Guest Host Alexa Cook meets up with Craig Jeffery, Managing Partner of Strategic Treasurer, to discuss why secure treasury is vital across organizations today.
On this episode of the #GoStrategic series, Guest Host Stephanie Villatoro interviews Melody Hart, Senior Consultant at Strategic Treasurer, on how to transform an administrative burden by taking a strategic view on compliance.
On part 3 of the #GoStrategic series, Host Craig Jeffery talks with Senior Treasury Consultant Stephanie Villatoro on the challenges of merchant card processing.
On part 2 of the #GoStrategic series, Host Craig Jeffery catches up with Senior Treasury Consultant Stephanie Villatoro to discuss bank fees on both an international and domestic level.
Managing Partner Craig Jeffery of Strategic Treasurer kicks off the new #GoStrategic series with part one on what it means to go strategic. He provides an overview on why this series is relevant to treasurers and treasury leaders in 2020 and beyond.