Navigating Treasury in the New Norm
24 November 2020 | 4.30 PM - 6:00 PM Indian Standard Time
Exclusive sponsor
BNP Paribas

The Covid-19 pandemic has been a painful reminder that having an efficient handle on your corporate liquidity is key to weathering revenue shocks and nationwide lockdowns. From better account reconciliation with virtual accounts to having better visibility on funds across entities, treasury management professionals are being asked to step up and play a more strategic role in safeguarding their respective businesses amid the current health crisis. As the world continues to grapple with the economic fallout from Covid-19, businesses are doing their best to ensure business as usual operations against the uncertain environment. Some businesses in particular have started examining their supply chains to determine how they can best support their partners. Supply chain financing, for instance, has been utilized by a number of businesses to ease the working capital burden for key suppliers while improving a company’s days payable outstanding.

The Asset Events+, in association with BNP Paribas, is pleased to be hosting this exclusive webinar to discuss how corporate treasurers adapt and strategize in the new norm.

16:15 (IST)
Access to webinar opens
16:30 (IST)
Opening Remarks
16:40 (IST)
16:50 (IST)
Exclusive discussion
  • What have businesses done during the pandemic to preserve liquidity in their operations?
  • How can technology such as big data analysis play a role in helping companies forecast or prepare for potential shocks to revenue?
  • How are businesses striking a balance between having funds readily on hand and at the same time maximizing returns from excess capital?
  • Has the Covid-19 pandemic made companies more aware of the health of their supply chains?
  • Are sustainability considerations being taken into account when working with future suppliers?
  • What are some of the benefits and challenges of implementing a supply chain finance programme?
17:40 (IST)
17:55 (IST)
End of discussion

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