Swiss Treasury Summit 2019

Das Schweizer Jahrestreffen der Treasurer - am 11. September 2019 an der HSLU in Rotkreuz.

The Swiss Treasury Summit is the meeting of treasury specialists in Switzerland. This year's meeting will once again promote the profession of treasurer. The programme is dedicated to current challenges in the financial management of companies.

 

The Swiss Treasury Summit 2019 will feature exciting presentations with a great deal of practical relevance and various workshop slots.

Ivan Bütler of Compass Security will show how hackers proceed to access sensitive data. His aim is to sensitize you to relevant ICT security aspects. His talk in his "Data (in)security, the anatomy of hacker attacks" starts at 4.30 p.m.

 

Date: Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Location: Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Campus Zug-Rotkreuz, Suurstoffi 12, 6343 Rotkreuz

Target audience: Treasury employees responsible for financing, hedging, credit risk, payment transactions, FX, banking relations, execution, reporting, regulation 

 

Further information on the Swiss Treasury Summit 2019 can be found on the HSLU website.

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