New York, NY (PRWEB) October 06, 2011
Volatility and turbulence are two words at the tip of every Treasury professional's tongue - driven by the lingering recession, global economic and political changes and slack consuming/buying demand. Effective and timely cash forecasting can be a valuable tool in the team's toolkit to support the corporation and business needs. Hear some of the industry best practices from the vantage point of a trusted advisor, Treasury Strategies in conjunction with the specific case discussions of Qualcomm, a San Diego-based wireless telecommunications research and development company, also the largest fab-less chip supplier in the world. Qualcomm manages over $20B of cash, cash equivalents and marketable securities.
Join us for a webinar focused on guiding Finance professionals and Treasury executives in particular, through the effective use of liquidity management and cash forecasting to navigate a volatile environment. During the webinar you will:
- Learn why managing liquidity and improved forecasting matter more now
- Understand how Qualcomm uses some advanced techniques to stay ahead of the game
- Hear some of the industry best practices you may want to consider
Matt Post, Senior Treasury Operations Manager, Qualcomm
Matt Post is the Senior Treasury Operations Manager for Qualcomm and has been a part of Qualcomm's Treasury department for 13 years. His current responsibilities include managing domestic and international cash balances, global bank account administration, global bank relationship management, foreign exchange risk management, short term cash forecasting and investment compliance. His previous roles at Qualcomm included investment portfolio management, trade finance and investment accounting. Matt earned a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration with a concentration in Finance from Loyola Marymount University and holds the Certified Treasury Professional designation
Mike Gallanis, Partner, Treasury Strategies
As a Partner of Treasury Strategies, Inc., Michael Gallanis leads the firm’s Corporate Practice Area, providing consulting support to organizations in both the public and private sectors.
He helps clients strengthen their treasury infrastructure and operations so they can maintain a strong strategic presence within the organization through difficult times and position themselves for success as conditions improve. His work includes treasury management diagnostic reviews, cash forecasting development and implementation, bank consolidations, collection system reviews, treasury technology, bank cost analyses and bank selection processes.
Mike has more than 22 years’ experience in treasury and consulting, and has held senior treasury roles in four different industries. Mike received his MBA from Roosevelt University following a BS from Eastern Illinois University. He is a Certified Treasury Professional and Certified Public Accountant.
Join our discussion from the convenience of your desk on October 13th, Thursday at 2 PM ET/ 11 AM PT Register now>>