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Hiroshi Yaguchi established the CFO Headquarters Co., Ltd. in 2000 and served as its president. He then founded the Japan Association of Chief Financial Officers (JACFO) where he served as a Member of the Board until he was appointed as Executive Director in 2003.
The Slovak Association of Finance and Treasury (SAF) was established in 1996 as the first CEE treasury association. Andrej Revay, President, talks us through the history of the well-respected association and his involvement.
Currently forging a successful career in the ‘fantastic world’ of treasury, Romy Tognon believes that a good treasury team is composed of a blend of loyalty, smart intelligence, a positive attitude and common sense.
Guillermo De La Fuente’s rich and varied treasury career has seen him undertake positions for a variety of organisations including SITA, J.P. Morgan and even CERN. He is also a board member of the EACT, IGTA, ACTSR and Swiss Treasury Association.
When James Kelly is recruiting for his team, he looks for people who can 'defend against risk, control the agenda and pounce on opportunities.' And his top tip for new finance professionals is to capitalise on their fresh perspective.
TMI speaks to five industry experts to understand how treasurers can help shore up supply chains right now – with quick-to-implement solutions. We also examine how companies can finance their supply chains for economic recovery, taking in to account emerging trends such as sustainability and the potential resurgence of domestic sourcing.
Expectations of treasury functions are evolving and expanding. Treasury teams are being asked to go beyond traditional tasks, and take a more active role in driving and supporting business strategy. It is in recognition of this, HSBC Global Cash and Liquidity Management commissioned a survey to explore the extent of change treasury teams expect in the near future, as well as the technology, techniques, and team talent they believe will be transformative.
Treasurers are currently preparing for a professional future that, if technology continues to become a more integral part of the industry, could be considered a product of science-fiction.
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