How can treasury and supply chain teams respond effectively to the challenges ahead of them?
The New Corporate Cash Environment: Understanding Impacts on Financial Supply Chain & Cash Management
Date: Tuesday, March 20th, 2018
Time: 11:00AM – 12:00PM EST
Where: This is an online event.
This session will set a basis for understanding the impact of payment terms & dynamic discounting and include advice for the setup of the right type of governance. We will also touch on the optimization of corporate cash management through the financial supply chain and why it’s not just about who you pay but the processes and costs of how you pay them.
1.2 CTP re-certification credits will be given for this webinar.
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