Treasury Perspectives: 2020 Survey Results Webinar

Join Craig Jeffery of Strategic Treasurer and Tom Gregory of TD Bank for a webinar on the results from our 2020 Treasury Perspectives survey.

Treasury Perspectives: 2020 Survey Results Webinar

Date:     Thursday, October 1, 2020

Time:    11:00 AM – 12:00 PM ET

Where:  This is an online event.

TD Bank

This live presentation covers the results and provides insights to the 2020 Treasury Perspectives survey. This survey polled practitioners regarding their perspectives, plans and strategies, their outlook on the economy, key operational challenges impacting their companies, and how they manage relationships with banks and secure favorable credit terms / access to capital. 

Join Strategic Treasurer and TD Bank as we discuss the primary implications of this data for organizations in 2020 and beyond, and elaborate on how shifting economic, technology, and regulatory landscapes will impact treasury groups.

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