How can you build and strengthen partnerships and collaboration within the bank as you’re working on go-to-market (GTM) strategies and execution? By understanding the goals and objectives of relationship banking and collaborating across teams, your bank will bridge the gap between your clients and your treasury management priorities. This growth will lead to share of mind across teams, share of access within the customer’s organization, and share of relationship wallet when it comes to key banking decisions.
Our roundtable, featuring treasury management leaders and banking professionals, will discuss:
-The primary roles and objectives of a relationship banker.
-How GTM strategies complement these goals.
-Ideas to equip bankers with critical insights that open doors to deeper treasury management conversations with business owners, CFOs, and treasurers.
The current macro-economic situation now has multiple cross-currents and several strong headwinds from inflation rates to supply chain challenges. Treasurers are finding that they have to pull multiple levers to steer their financial ships properly in this rising storm. This session will look at the changing environment and examine how traditional and new levers can help companies navigate these choppy waters skillfully. Topics covered will include supply chain finance and other AP levers such as Pay Later, credit-as-a-service (CaaS) for AR, forecasting properly in calm vs. stormy environments, and more.
On this episode of the Becoming a Treasurer series, Craig Jeffery covers key principles to help treasurers navigate internal and external communication challenges.
On this episode of the 2019 Outlook series, Craig Jeffery sits down with Paul Higdon, Co-CTO, and Michael Kolman, Head of Business Development, of ION Treasury to discuss their expectations for 2019 on money market funds, LIBOR, the rise of open banking, predictive technology and more.
You can only keep your eyes on so many things. What do you need to focus on for operational activities, macroeconomic changes, and treasury projects you are driving?