COVID-19 has created a “burning platform” for 2020, driving a dramatic focus on working capital across the entire supply chain ecosystem for the first time in 10+ years. Companies now need to determine what their business will look like as the world economy emerges from the crisis and how they can be best prepared in terms of liquidity, returns, and risk.
In this light, what factors should finance, treasury, and procurement teams be aware of in developing a working capital optimisation strategy?
- The imperative to collaborate. How can procurement treasury, and supply chain functions collaborate to add value to the entire supply chain ecosystem?
- The local perspective, including the recently released Australian Small Business and Family Enterprise Ombudsman’s Report and the Payment Times Reporting Bill. What are the Corporate Social Responsibility considerations and how can we learn from experiences from other markets?
- Using disruption to drive change and accelerate technology adoption. What has been the global experience?
- Unlocking treasury’s added value. What are the quick wins and elements of a roadmap to success?
Paul Travers, Director, Treasury Services, Risk Strategy & Technology – KPMG
Iain Rolfe, Managing Director, C2FO Australia
Date: Wednesday, 29 July 2020
Time: 12:30am – 1:30pm AEST
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