Cash, Treasury & Risk Management in India
he age of solutions: Practical alternatives for a changing world order
India is moving on to its next phase of economic growth, posing its toughest test yet. Companies have been expanding, infrastructure is improving and people have been thriving. However, many questions remain about the true competitiveness of the economy and its foundations, of its practices and its performance.
EuroFinance’s 12th annual conference on Cash, Treasury and Risk Management in India will help finance professionals in the country gain perspective on these issues. Here you can learn from different practitioners, evaluate successful solutions from your peers for deployment in your own company. You can understand global and local best practices, appreciate different ways of looking at old and new problems across risk, balance sheet, cash and financing, and so move closer to achieving your financial goals.
This conference helps to address how your company should position itself for growth. How do you transfer success across businesses and locations? How do you harness technology to increase your productivity? How do you scale up on your processes while retaining control? Learn about what your counterparts around the world are doing.
EuroFinance's India conference is the meeting place for high-level, international treasurers who want to collaborate and share solutions. If you are working in cash and treasury management and need to know the latest international best practice, then this event is for you.
- Corporate case studies - from large MNCs and India's leading corporations
- Expert speakers, including economists, innovative treasurers and regulators
- Exhibition of the leading providers of treasury and cash management solutions
- Unrivalled networking opportunities
Who should attend?
The conference is designed for finance and treasury professionals working within, or responsible for, corporations in India. It is also open to bankers, professional advisers and other service providers operating in the corporate cash management market.