Frankfurt am Main

25.-26.02.2021

The session will be held in German language.


Treasury Chapter

Smart Treasury with artificial intelligence? Experiences, case studies, results

2020 is a year which we will remember for a long time. For many companies, 2020 is forcing them to one central activity: securing liquidity. Your skills, your expertise in treasury, your capabilities are more important than ever.

 

At the 3rd meeting of the Treasury Chapter, we will focus on future hedging processes and their support through artificial intelligence.

Can AI support the hedging process? Can it automate sufficiently and intelligently where automation is useful? Treasury departments making use of virtual assistants and smart hedging will exchange experience with cognitive machines and discuss effects, impact and requirements on their daily work.


Agenda


Thursday, 25. February 2021

18.00     Apéro

18.30     Icebreaker Dinner // Cigars // Networking

Dinner Speech

Is Ethical Artificial Intelligence a Trojan Horse? When ethics and morals undermine the rule of law

Yvonne Hofstetter, Professor h.c. for Digitization and Society, University of Applied Sciences, Bonn-Rhine-Sieg

The dinner event is hosted by 21strategies.


Friday, 26. February 2021

0830     Registration

 

0900     Opening

 

0915      Plenary Session 1

Keynote

Christian Held, Head of Treasury a. D., Bayer AG

 

1000     Expert Roundtable

Transformation of Treasury Management – Treasury and Future Processes

Christian Held, Head of Treasury a. D., Bayer AG

Stephan Plein, EY Global Treasury Services

Carsten Jäkel, EY Global Treasury Services

Moderator: Meinhard Schmidt-Degenhard (not yet confirmed)

 

1100     Plenary Session 2

Smart Treasury with artificial intelligence? Experiences, case studies, results

Dr. Christian Brandlhuber, CTO, 21strategies GmbH

Guests: (not yet confirmed)

Moderator: Meinhard Schmidt-Degenhard (not yet confirmed)

 

1200     Business Lunch

 

1315      Video

Who owns my corporate data? Data ownership and the liability for artificial intelligence operations

Video interview with Dr. Friedrich Graf von Westphalen, Professor h.c. Legal Sciences, University Bielefeld

 

1330     Plenary Session 3    

Prevent data theft: Best practices

Günter Obiltschnig, CEO, Applied Informatics GmbH (not yet confirmed)

 

1400     Breakout Session A    

Algorithmic hedging of uncertain exposure? From short-term optimization to the management of long-term risk

Workshop with Dr. Christian Brandlhuber, CTO, 21strategies GmbH, and Carsten Jäkel, Head of EY Global Treasury Services

 

1400     Breakout Session B    

Forecast, prognosis, report: Data visualization in hedging processes

Workshop with Yvonne Hofstetter and Stephan Plein, Director EY Global Treasury Services

 

1530     Plenary Session 4    

Workshop results: Discussion and Outlook

Moderator: Yvonne Hofstetter

 

1600    Conclusion and end of the event day 21executive academy // treasury chapter 2021