Working Capital. It remains an area of focus for treasury teams across all sectors and geographies. Although there may be slight variations in working capital requirements from industry to industry, or even within an industry, it continues to serve as a measure for your company’s efficiency, liquidity and overall health and stability in the short-term.
Join Us: TMAC is pleased to welcome you to our next educational session where a panel of Canadian practitioners and subject-matter experts discuss how working capital management (WCM) has evolved in recent years, how emerging technology can act as a lever to enable success of WCM strategies, and real-world challenges they have experienced in their own WMC projects. The session will be moderated by Victoria Patterson, senior treasury management advisor at Citibank Canada. This informative panel discussion is intended to present both a tactical and strategic approach to optimizing your organization’s working capital and is ideal for treasury and procurement professionals at all levels.
Director, Treasury & Trade Solutions
Vicki is a senior multi-lingual treasury and trade professional with over 14 years of experience managing Citi Canada’s top Corporate relationships. This experience is augmented with over 15 years experience in capital markets specifically in fixed income with both Citibank and ABN Ambro. Victoria has demonstrated expertise in building effective client relationships and several industry specialization such as industrial and consumer names. As a Global Solution Sales specialist, Victoria not only assist clients for their global cash management needs, but also advises them on working capital solutions, such as Commercial Cards, Supplier Finance and Dynamic Discounting.
Graduated from University of Western Ontario with a BA in Economics. Victoria has 3 daughters and personal hobbies include skiing, snowshoeing, biking and gardening.
Sean Van Gundy
Managing Director, Working Capital Advisory
Sean consults with corporate customers regarding optimization strategies to manage their working capital. His areas of focus include holistic accounts payable, supply chain finance, payment terms standardization and process improvements.
Prior to C2FO, Sean held various leadership roles in Wells Fargo’s SCF offering, and led the implementation of Walmart’s SCF program that served over $4 billion in spend and generated cash flow in excess of $400 million. Sean also directed an A/P team in Walmart’s Financial Shared Services organization that supported approximately $40 billion in spend, and led various payment terms standardization, terms extension and A/R programs with Walmart suppliers. Prior to Walmart, Sean worked at ABB in Shared Services leading Cash Application and Collections outsourcing projects and A/R processes. He received his B.S. in Accounting at Eastern Illinois University and participated in Duke’s Executive Development program while at ABB.
Registration Details:Be sure to reserve your place for this very informative session. Non-members please complete Non-Member Registration Form-April 19, 2018
Please RSVP to Vivien Hall-Cho at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than noon on Friday, April 13, 2018.
If you are a member and unable to attend, you may send someone in your place for free, just one of the benefits of membership with TMAC-Toronto. Just e-mail Vivien to let her know the name, company and e-mail address of the person you will be sending so that we can be ready to welcome them.
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