Association of Financial Professionals - Oregon and SW Washington
Liquidity Management: Managing Today’s Impacts and Risk
Today's environment is creating challenges for companies on several fronts that range from internal operations to vendor management and customer expectations.
Join us as we discuss how we can address current market challenges along with preparing for the future.
** WEBINAR EVENT ONLY **
John Melvin & Bryan Schneider
June 17, 2020 - Webinar only Event
12:00 to 13:00
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John Melvin’s Biography
As a payments innovator and Certified Treasury Professional, John does more than just advise clients and prospects on credits and debits. With more than twenty-five years of treasury management experience, John provides strategic leadership, business process re-engineering, change management expertise and thought leadership to numerous industry segments facilitating significant costs savings and liquidity impact. John has published numerous articles regarding payment strategies and operational enhancements for receivables, payables and liquidity management. He has also presented at several regional AFP chapters and at the national AFP. When John is not solving for payment innovation, he enjoys playing golf, reading, hanging out with family and friends as well as hosting an annual neighborhood barbeque. He also supports Gigi’s Playhouse, a nationwide down syndrome achievement center network.
Bryan Schneider’s Biography
Bryan Schneider consults with treasury and cash management teams to support them on their digital transformation journeys. Focusing on best practices, he helps organizations increase efficiencies, reduce costs and risk, and maximize return on technology investments, including enterprise resource planning (ERP), accounts payable, accounts receivable and treasury management information system platforms. Bryan’s 20-year career includes extensive experience in payments, corporate cash management and fintech sales and partnerships, plus global cash management sales consulting for Citibank and HSBC. He joined U.S. Bank as a working capital consultant in early 2020 and is based in Reno, NV. Bryan has a Bachelor of Arts degree in psychology and a Bachelor of Science in molecular biology and biochemistry, both from the University of Tennessee. Away from the office, he participates in a variety of outdoor activities, including rock climbing, snow skiing and mountain biking.