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7-8 April 2011 (Paris) : Global Corporate Treasurers Forum Europe - 2011

An annual independent forum for European corporate treasurers to meet face-to-face, listen to leading speakers and network with industry peers.

After a successful launch earlier this year, Global Corporate Treasurers Forum Europe returns in 2011, bringing together senior figures in treasury and finance to tackle the most significant issues facing the profession. Next year's event will be held at the prestigious Ritz Hotel in Paris on 7-8 April.

Global Corporate Treasurer Forum Europe enables you to connect with your treasury peers to help answer the questions and challenges you may be facing. Learn directly from each other and share your best practices of what is working. Restricted to senior-level corporate practitioners and limited in size, Global Corporate Treasurers Forum Europe provides two days of highly interactive roundtables and compelling speakers. The focus is on a candid exchange of ideas and networking during and after the sessions.

Key to the success of Global Corporate Treasurers Forum Europe is the Steering Committee. A collection of experienced treasurers, the Steering Committee safeguards the relevance and independence of the conference. There are no sponsor presentations, no sales pitches and no exhibit hall; just high-level content and networking by treasurers, for treasurers.

Global Corporate Treasurers Forum Europe 2011 will include an opening drinks reception and a gala dinner in the heart of Paris. This year's event attracted senior figures from leading corporations such as Philips, Ahold, Merck, Richemont, Mitsubishi, Signet and Unilever. With a pan-European attendance limited to just 100 and a format that favours workshops and case studies, the Forum offers a private space for professionals to exchange ideas and information on the topics that will shape the months and years ahead for their corporations.

With the backing of the unrivalled editorial and research resources of gtnews and its 55,000 global readers, and of the AFP network in North America and elsewhere, you can be sure that Global Corporate Treasurers Forum Europe is both truly global in scope, European in focus and genuinely independent in content.

Mike Hewitt


Jeudi 17 Février 2011