While there are a broad array of responsibilities and considerations that fall under the payments management umbrella, card services are an area that frequently gets pushed to the outskirts of treasury’s focus. As growth in the card services industry continues, it becomes important for treasury to understand the unique value proposition that cards can provide.
Cards for Corporates: A Value Proposition for Treasury
Date: Thursday, July 26th, 2018
Time: 2:00PM – 3:00PM EST
Where: This is an online event.
It is a well-known fact that treasurers are at the helm of payments activity internally and the steward of their organization’s financial assets. The continued development of commercial card services and growth of rebate and “cash back” programs has resulted in elevated focus and spend on card-related services for treasury. While monitoring growth in the card industry, treasurers must examine the shifting role of cards in the payments environment.
This webinar will provide an overview of card services and how they apply to treasury, before taking a closer look at the current state of the card industry and key considerations for treasurers as they consider implementing a new program or optimizing an existing program.
1.2 CTP re-certification credits will be given for this webinar.
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