Spring Training - 4 CTP Credits

  • 09 May 2013
  • 11:30 AM - 7:00 PM
  • Regency Manor Banquet Center

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DTMA Spring Training Conference

Thursday, May 9, 2013

11:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Followed by an informal social hour

from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m.

Regency Manor Banquet Center

25228 WEST 12 MILE ROAD, SOUTHFIELD, MI

 Registration and Lunch 11:30 to 1:00 p.m.

Program begins promptly at 1:00 p.m.

1:00pm

Tools to Strengthen your Treasury Partnerships
Tim Scholten, President Visible Progress LLC
This session is intended to be interactive and provide you with personal action steps to improve your Partnerships in Treasury Management and beyond.

2:00pm

(Concurrent Sessions To Choose From)

Expense Management: Corporate Card + Booking Integration:

A CommonSense Perspective

Chuck Buckner, President & CEO InterplX Technologies, Inc.
In this session, we’ll be defining “Booking Integration” and discussing its merits in a well-managed corporate card/expense management process. We will also present our lessons learned with real-world data from different sized companies. Case studies will cover organizations with a corporate card and varying travel booking policies: from mandated to non-mandated.

 The Strategic Benefits of Treasury Technology
Dory Malouf, Treasury Cash Operations Mgr., Pulte Group

Bob Stark, V.P. Strategy, Kyriba Corporation
In this presentation, we will explore the hierarchy of treasury technology benefits ranging from treasury automation, reduced operational risks, more effective treasury decision making, and the ability to provide strategic input and analysis to senior management.

3:00pm   

 (Concurrent Sessions To choose From)

Results from the 2013 AFP Fraud Survey and Tips to Control Payments at Risk

                Craig N. Martin, Director, Treasury Practice Lead               Executive Director, Corporate Treasures Council, AFP

Cristian Dersidan, Treasurer, Dominos Pizza Int'l.

We will discuss highlights from the 2013 Payments Fraud Survey to help you understand how you can work effectively with your banking partner to mitigate payments risk.  We will describe  perspectives and best practices towards managing risk and what you can do to proactively managing this evolving area in payments.

Dealing with Non-Compliant Payments:

How DTE Energy Addressed Global Regulatory Payment Issues

Keith Bardouche, Supervisor – Cash Operations, DTE Energy

Ernie Fiore, Senior Product Manager, JP Morgan Chase

DTE Energy, a global, integrated energy company will share their best practices in addressing global regulatory payment issues.  We will examine the issues companies face and the steps required to ensure payments meet global payment regulations. DTE will explain the strategic motivations behind the solution they implemented, including mitigating risk of payment delays and returns, reducing expenses associated with investigations, delays and returns and improving the client experience.

 4:00pm

What’s Shakin’ in Payments

Cynthia J. Thompson, AAP, CCM, Education & Training Director, The Payments Authority

Adrian K. Brown, AAP, Education & Professional Services, The Payments Authority

This session will provide an overview of the ACH Security Framework rule change effective September 2013 and other ACH news: IAT, FRB same day ACH and corporate volume growth. In the headlines: heads up on the latest security threats and EMV for credit cards.


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