The FENG Treasury S.I.G.
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About the Treasury S.I.G.
The Treasury special interest group is designed as a forum where corporations and financial institutions can discuss issues of mutual interest such as cash management, capital structures including debt management, investments and market risks.
With 4500+ members from public and private corporations both large and small plus bankers from domestic and international banks the treasury SIG is uniquely positioned to act as as resource when the time comes to understand "what the other guy is doing" or learn more about liquidity and risk. For example:
- How much liquidity is "enough"?
- How much risk is "too much"?
- Is my company over borrowed, under invested or over exposed (and how would I know?)
Please contact Bruce Lynn 203-655-4806, firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the group's activities including dates of the next newsletter and conference call schedule.
- Bruce Lynn
- Bruce has acquired over 20 years of corporate and banking experience in all aspects of treasury and financial management by successfully tackling major assignments in such areas as treasury operations, cash management, strategic planning, credit, systems enhancements as well as operating and capital budgets.
In his current role as a Managing Director for The Financial Executives Consulting Group and as a former VP, relationship manager at Bankers Trust and Director of Cash Management and Working Capital at Ogden Corporation he has advised many Fortune 500 companies on methods to enhance treasury performance. He has an Industrial Engineering degree from Lehigh University, a MBA in Finance from the Stern School of Business and is certified as a Corporate Treasury Professional (CTP) by the Association for Financial Professionals (AFP).
- Tom Braun