Tuesday Breakfast Roundtable

Government Industry Roundtable Breakfast

(Different topics than the Session #4 Roundtable Session)

Baccarat Room (2nd Floor)
7:00am – 8:15am
Intermediate

Ethan Klos, Treasurer, City of Arlington
Patricia O’Donnell, Executive Director – Public Sector Solutions, JPMorgan Chase
Patrick Shinkle, Associate Director, Center for Public Management, University of North Texas
Corrine Steeger, Assistant Director/Treasury Manager, City Controller’s Office-City of Dallas

Session Description

This session will be a panel-lead roundtable discussion focusing on fraud prevention and control in the public sector. A panel of local government and banking representatives will lead the discussion offering techniques for uncovering and ending fraudulent activity. Attendees are encouraged to share their experiences in fraud prevention in their organizations.


Corporate Treasurers Council (CTC) Roundtable Breakfast

Waterford Room (2nd Floor)
7:30am – 9:30am

Craig Martin, Executive Director, Corporate Treasurers Council

Session Description

The Corporate Treasurers Council (CTC) is the executive-level membership of the AFP. When you join the AFP and have the title of Corporate Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, CFO, VP of Finance or Controller, you are automatically enrolled into the CTC and have access the CTC products and events. For more information on the CTC, go to www.corporatetreasurers.org.

The CTC breakfast roundtable is for executive-level corporate treasury and finance professionals only; events are not open to bankers, vendors or service providers. It provides a candid setting so participants can speak freely with their peers about pressing issues and help validate their practices – attendees set the agenda. Recent discussions at other roundtables have centered around topics such as risk management (counterparty, FX volatility, ERM); bank credit and managing the relationship; uses of technologies to improve efficiencies; capital structure; and treasury metrics.

These CTC roundtables have been held in the Dallas area and over a dozen cities all around the country on a quarterly basis for over six years. There is normally a charge for these roundtable events; however, this time, in conjunction with TEXPO, it is complimentary.

NOTE: Session Handouts available where indicated