Global Recovery Monitor Webinar, August 11, 2020
Join us for a webinar to discuss the latest findings from the Global Recovery Monitor.

A Review of COVID-19's Impact on Treasury: From Crisis to Recovery

Date:     Tuesday, August 11, 2020

Times:   11:00 AM & 2:00 PM EDT

Where:  This is an online event.

Treasury Coalition

In response to the COVID-19 global pandemic, the Treasury Coalition formed to assist treasury and finance professionals in examining the impact the industry. Through weekly, biweekly, and now monthly surveys, data has been collected, analyzed, and distributed for the good of the industry. Specifically, the survey looked to gather concerns, response plans, and monitor economic preparations and impact changes throughout the pandemic life cycle. This webinar will review the results to date, dive into cross cuts of the data, and discuss what organizations can do as we recover.

11:00 AM Speakers

Craig Jeffery

Managing Partner

Strategic Treasurer

Tracy Kantrowitz

VP & Chief Marketing Officer


Tracey Knight

Director-Solutions Engineering


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2:00 PM Speakers

Justin Brimfield

Chief Marketing Officer


Tony Carfang

Managing Director

The Carfang Group

Craig Jeffery

Managing Partner

Strategic Treasurer

Bill Wardwell

SVP Paymode-X Strategy & Product

Bottomline Technologies

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