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The Treasurer’s Cheat Sheet for Overcoming the Digital Skills Gap

Attend live for 1 CTP or 1 FPAC* recertification credit by the Association for Finance Professional

Wednesday, June 26 at 10AM PT / 1PM ET

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The treasury field is grappling with a skills gap, with many organizations pointing to a need for more tech-savvy practitioners. Today’s executives demand treasurers who can implement and wield tools like open banking APIs and AI to manage liquidity and provide strategic guidance. To meet these expectations, treasury teams must better understand modern technology and how it can help them deliver actionable insights. While historically a lack of tech expertise has hindered the implementation of new solutions, recent innovations have made these systems significantly more user-friendly.

In this 50 minute session:

check Learn how emerging technologies such as APIs and generative AI have transformed treasury roles
check Explore innovative ways to evolve treasury functions from operational tasks to strategic drivers of growth
check Gain actionable steps to unlock deeper intelligence and implement more efficient processes with the help of emerging technology
check Demystify trending technologies like Generative AI and explore their potential impact on the future of treasury operations

*Approved for up to 1.0 CPT/CCM recertification credits by

the Association for Financial Professionals.

*Approved for up to 1.0 FPAC recertification credits by

the Association for Financial Professionals.

Speaker

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Paul Bramwell
Enterprise Treasury Lead, Trovata​

Paul is Trovata’s Enterprise Treasury Lead and brings over 3 decades of experience in the corporate treasury world. Paul has worked for two of the largest treasury system vendors in various senior roles and was a Partner in Ernst & Young’s treasury advisory service. Paul has worked with some of the largest and most complex global treasury groups in all aspects of the treasury function. Originally from the UK, Paul has lived in the US since 2003 and is a self-confessed tech addict.