Continuing our cadence of two ATEB Treasury Summits per year, the ATEB Board and event sponsors Deloitte and Kyriba have the pleasure of inviting you to our next half-day Treasury Summit on Tuesday 19 November 2019, to be held at Deloitte’s office at Brussels Airport.
While our last few Treasury Summits had a strong focus on technology and digital evolution, this time we will also cover some other developments in the Treasury space. After an introduction by the ATEB Board on memberships and future programme, the conference will break into 2 streams. One stream will focus on funding and sustainability, while the other will cover a few different aspects, ranging from tax evolutions, over bank relationship management to business intelligence and analytics. After the break-out sessions, we will regroup in the auditorium for an inspirational speech on innovation in leadership by Lars Sudmann, renowned for his TED-talks and other sessions on leadership and innovation.
The Treasury Summit will end with cocktails and walking dinner, sponsored by Kyriba.
|14:00-14;30||Opening remarks – Memberships and upcoming programme|
|Break Out Stream 1||Break out Stream 2|
|14:30-15:15||BI and Data analytics in Treasury: Drivers leading to success |
If you believe that the adoption of the best BI tools will allow your organization to fully leverage the insights derived and embed them into decisions and actions, please join us to discover the real combination of drivers that will lead to success.
This interactive session is supported by the findings of a recent survey on how to become an Insight Driven Organization and a specific use case in Treasury to validate FX results followed by a demo.
Maxime Durdu, Senior Manager, Deloitte Treasury Advisory Services
|Sustainable treasury: the Corporate View|
Many corporations have an increased focus on sustainability, environmental and social responsibility. Find out in this session, how Corporate Treasurers can contribute to these objectives, and how it changes the perspective on funding, supply chain financing and other areas of the treasury function.
Luc Vlaminck, Group Treasurer, Rémy Cointreau and Alexander Van den Heuvel, Group Cash Manager, DSM
|Separate Break Out rooms for each stream|
|15:15-16:00||Sustaining bank relationships in a rapidly changing environment|
Find out how understanding the parameters used by banks to determine their profitability can give you more control over your banking relationships
Muriel Nahmias, Redbridge
|Financing Innovation in Europe: The European Investment Bank View |
This session will focus on the EIB as a source of financing corporate innovation. EIB provides funding for investments in research, development, digitalization, advanced technologies and other projects, with a different perspective on pricing, tenors, signaling effect and sector expertise.
Avrille Palha, Senior Banker, Corporates (Western Europe), European Investment Bank (EIB)
|Separate Break Out rooms for each stream|
|16:30-17:15||Tax Update – Upcoming Belgian transfer pricing circular: focus on financial transactions|
During this session, we will review:
The current status of the upcoming transfer pricing circular;
The purpose of the transfer pricing circular & its highlights;
The guidelines specifically focused onto financial transactions in the transfer pricing circular.
Ann Gaublomme, Director, Transfer Pricing, Deloitte Belgium and André Schaffers, Partner, Transfer Pricing, Deloitte Belgium
|Sustainable Financing: The Banker’s View|
As the sustainability conversation gains in popularity across the globe, every part of a corporation – including treasury – isnow expected to contribute to and help advance the organization’s overall environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategy.
There are many ways in which treasurers can get involved in ESG, such as:
• Evaluate their bank counterparties and select partners and products based on specific criteria including ESG credentials.
• Embark on their own ESG projects
In this Session, HSBC’s Marine de Bazelaire’s will explain, why and how treasurers should embed ESG into their daily processes.
Marine de Bazelaire, HSBC
|Separate Break Out rooms for each stream|
|17:15-18:00||Closing Session – Engaging and Innovative Leadership|
The world has changed and will continue to do so: it is volatile and complex, the speed of change is fast-paced. But how do you lead effectively and in an engaging way in such an environment, and how do you drive transformation? How do you continue to inspire your teams and organizations? In this highly interactive and inspirational presentation we will jointly explore areas of engaging, innovative and inspiring leadership, including tools and strategies that can be applied the next day.
The session will highlight:
Characteristics of innovative & inspirational leadership • The 6 Es of Leadership • Envisioning, incl. vision storytelling • The Spaghetti Principle of innovation & Growth • Exploring your own inspirational leadership style • How to engage teams: tools & practices • Enabling leadership strategies: the leader as coach • Energizing: The art of selfleadership • Executing with excellence: Lessons from a Sushi master
|18:00||Cocktail & Walking Dinner||Atrium|
Head of Sustainability for HSBC Continental Europe, executive committee member, Marine de Bazelaire accompanies the various businesses and functions in the management of their sustainability stakes and those of their customers.
Since its launch in 2018, Marine is a member of the Bureau of Finance for Tomorrow, Paris green financial center.
Before joining HSBC in 2001, Marine initiated a sustainability strategy for Tiscali Group, Internet Service Provider and headed the multimedia department of the publishing conglomerate Excelsior. Between the world of media and that of finance she worked for Bureau of Public Information of UNESCO.
Spare colonel citizen of the French Air Force, she is an executive committee member of the Opéra Comique Foundation, Foundation BIC and Bangladeshi non-profit Friendship.
Her academic background range from IHEDN (Higher Education Institute of National Defense) and CHEEDD (Higher Education College of Sustainable Development and Environment), to a pre-doctorate programme in Museology from University Paris IV, a Ms in publishing and a BBA in Finance from Pace University, New York.
Maxime has 15 years of Treasury and Finance experience. Prior to joining Deloitte, Maxime was Treasury manager and Deputy Finance manager at a multinational pharmaceutical company. During his career, Maxime has covered all domains of operational treasury (FO/MO/BO/Treasury Accounting) and managed various Treasury and Finance projects, such as selection and implementation of Treasury Management systems, bank rationalization, ERP and other projects.
Ann is a transfer pricing director, based at Deloitte’s Brussels office. She has more than 15 years of international tax experience in transfer pricing.
Ann´s current focus is on “TP Dispute Resolution” projects, assisting clients with the full range of pro-actively setting-up audit strategies, active TP audit assistance and negotiating with competent authorities in mutual agreement procedures. In these projects, she works closely with specialist colleagues from Deloitte´s customs and litigation practices.
Her representative projects include the setting-up of pan-European documentation engagements, BMO restructuring projects, local transfer pricing audits, submissions for unilateral and bilateral advance pricing agreements (APAs) and competent authority procedures with revenue authorities in Europe and Japan.
Muriel joined Rebdridge in 2000 and is a Senior Director in the Debt Advisory team. In her role, Muriel has assisted a number of European companies in complex projects, ranging from debt capacity exercises to arrangement of bank facilities and debt capital markets issuances. She has also been involved in 10+ bank relationships analysis assignments.
Muriel started her career in corporate treasury and then worked as a bond trader at Indosuez and ING. She also acted as editor-in-chief for fixed income and foreign exchange at L’Agefi, a French economic newspaper.
Muriel graduated from Université Paris Panthéon-Assas and holds an ICMA Primary Bond Market Certificate
Avrille Palha is a Senior Banker at the European Investment Bank. She works in the Lending Directorate for Western Europe with a focus on structuring loan facilities to corporates in Belgium and Luxembourg.
In the past, Avrille worked for Europe Arab Bank plc in London as a relationship director. She was responsible for managing banking relationships with UK corporate clients that trade in the Middle East. Prior to this, Avrille was a director at Bayern LB in London where she was responsible for structuring loan facilities to key UK corporates. She has also worked for the Standard Bank Group in London looking after commodity related corporates.
Avrille started her career at Deloitte and Touche, qualifying as a chartered accountant and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants England and Wales.
André Schaffers is a partner in the transfer pricing practice of Deloitte Belgium. He is in charge of the economics practice and coordinates Deloitte’s Global Innovation Group. After having worked in the financial industry, André has been working since 1998 in transfer pricing with Deloitte on various engagements including setting up of global TP policies, advance pricing agreements, audit defense of existing or new transactions, documentation, and business alignment projects. Next to his Belgian role, André has had successively various EMEA and Global roles within Deloitte’s transfer pricing practices.
Lars Sudmann is a speaker with background in business leadership, finance and strategy, for instance as former CFO of Procter & Gamble Belgium.
Lars has in-depth experience in engaging leadership and was featured on BBC Capital, Trends, Fast Company, Inc., the Chicago Tribune and many more. He is a lecturer at the universities of Braunschweig and Aachen (DE) and is frequently invited to speak at major conferences and Fortune 500 companies around the globe. His TEDx talks are top-ranked with hundreds of thousands of views.
Alexander van den Heuvel is DSM’s group Cash Manager and as such responsible for global ST FX, ST Funding & Investments as well as the global Payment Factory. Prior to this, Alexander was Director Finance & Control for Group Sourcing including responsibility for the Supply Chain Finance program and Commercial Cards program. Alexander joined DSM in 2000 and held several positions in finance (operation and business control) with several DSM units as well as in operations (i.e. Logistic Manager). Alexander holds a MSc in Business Economics (Catholic University Brabant) and Executive Master of Finance and Control (Maastricht University Business School).
With more than 30 years’ experience in Treasury, Luc Vlaminck is still active in many aspects of the treasury function and much more.
He joined the Rémy Cointreau Group (Wines & Spirits Premium brands) in March 2007 and in March 2008 he was appointed Group Treasurer. Based in Brussels. He is the Managing Director of the Financière Rémy Cointreau SA/NV and is in charge of managing the Group’s financial risks, funding programs, payment factory, rating agencies relationship and coordinating the Group credit management.
Before joining Rémy Cointreau, he started his career at S.W.I.F.T. where he became Assistant Treasurer. He was latterly appointed European Treasurer at UCB (pharmaceutical/chemical group) and then served as Senior Director Treasury Europe for the Ingram Micro Coordination Centre (IT distribution).
Luc is also lecturer at ICHEC – Brussels Management School in Master 1 – International Finance and at ESSCA Angers (France).
He was an active member of the Payment Harmonization Commission of the EACT (European Association of Corporate Treasurers) and of the SEPA End-Users consultation group at ECB (European Central Bank).
For 21 years, Luc acted as ATEB Board member (Belgian Association of Corporate Treasurers) and since 2013 is a Board member of Goods to Give (G2G), a not for profit organization.
Luc is also member of the Steering Committee of EMMI (European Money Market Institute).
Luchthaven Brussel Nationaal 1J
Deloitte’s offices are easily accessible via public transportation as next to Brussels Airport. Parking will be available at the venue.
Members can attend for free. The fee for non-member corporate treasurers is 200 EUR and includes a one year membership.
Non-corporate treasury professionals can register for a fee of 250 EUR for this Summit. As of January 2020, they will be eligible for ATEB membership.