The Treasurer is, in effect, responsible for the financial supply chain. What does this mean, what are the expectations? What does the treasurer expect from him/ herself?
Treasury is still many times regarded as a specialized department headed by experts. Well, this is where we’re coming from when cash was available in abundance, when financial risks could be hedged, when the future trajectory was just following the trend.
The financial crisis ended that era and uncertainty is the new normal. The Treasurer is the best person to control and exploit the vast opportunities in the financial supply chain, and provide support to ailing suppliers, customers and distributors. We all know that the rationalization potential in the financial chain dwarfs the remaining potential in the physical chain. This means the Treasurer has the opportunity to take a quantum leap in his/her personal and in the company’s development. How does Treasury Peer™ support this transition?
“I feel confident Treasury Peer™ will change the treasurer’s role in our actual and sometimes complex financial system.”
“People like you with such initiatives and such a dynamic spirit are great to have around! It is an honor to have met you.”
“Magnus/Susanna. Great meeting again last week. Congratulations on putting together such compelling speakers.”
“I just want to take the opportunity to introduce you to a peer group, headed by Magnus Lind, which I think is very interesting for you too. Recently I joined them and so far I’m impressed as it is completely different from the more passive, “old-school” networks out there.”
“Dear Magnus and Susanna. Thank you so much for organizing this wonderful event. Really enjoyed it and hope to see you again soon.”
“I am really impressed how enthusiastically and powerfully you have worked on bringing the Treasury profession forward. This is an ongoing and very important project to highlight the tremendous business impact the Treasury function adds.”