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The 3-Year Treasury Review: Consistent Implementation of Best Practices

  • 17 Mar 2010
  • 11:30 - 12:59
  • The MAC Club

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Daniel J. Carmody, CTP

Managing Director

 

This presentation aims to assist treasury management professionals in improving their treasury operations by implementing proven and successful techniques for consistent best practice implementation. The “3-Year Treasury Review” is an ongoing initiative that requires successful treasury departments to regularly review their critical treasury operations, technologies, internal controls and bank architecture. During every 3-Year Treasury Review each process is reviewed and documented while simultaneously benchmarking all details against industry best practices. The ultimate goal of a 3-Year Treasury Review is to implement the most current industry best practices while documenting effective metrics and procedures.

During this presentation Dan Carmody will discuss the the tactics he uses when completing a 3-Year Treasury Review for TreaSolution's clients. This discussion will cover process review, process documentation, best practice benchmarking, metrics identification and analysis and best practice implementation. Upon the completion of this presentation, the audience will have a more detailed understanding of how a 3-Year Treasury Review can assist treasury department's in achieving greater efficiency and security by consistent best practice implementation.

 

 

 

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