Chicago – October 30, 2018 – Treasury and finance practitioners can save money by thinking differently about their bank account analysis statements, says GTreasury Senior Product Marketing Manager Stacey Gilmore, who will join executives from FedEx and Lockton in a live session at this year’s Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) conference. The session, The Power from Within: A New Way of Reviewing Bank Fees, will take place on Monday, November 5 at 10:30 a.m. in room W196C, where attendees will also earn CTP/CCM and CPE credits.
“Most treasury professionals don’t take the time to look at what’s in the invoice and determine whether their pricing and services are correct,” says Gilmore. “But if they look at the invoice as a data mining tool, they will be able to negotiate better pricing, determine better services, and streamline internal processes within the organization.”
Session details are as follows:
Who: Stacey L. Gilmore, Senior Product Marketing Manager, GTreasury; Raymond A. DePaul, Treasury Advisor, FedEx Corporation; Rob Nagel, Treasury Manager, Lockton Companies.
What: A panel session discussing The Power from Within: A New Way of Reviewing Bank Fees, by which attendees can also earn CTP/CCM and CPE credits.
When: Monday, November 5 from 10:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m.
Where: Room W196C at AFP 2018, the annual conference of the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP), held this year at McCormick Place, 2301 S King Dr., Chicago, IL 60616.
Why: Too often, treasury and finance professionals leave money on the table because they don’t take time to review the fees assessed on their bank account analysis statements. By shifting their thinking and reexamining banking fees in a different way, practitioners can streamline treasury-related procedures, uncover inefficiencies throughout the organization, and decrease expenses.
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