Deutsche Bank to Discuss Regulatory Changes in Treasury Management at 2013 AFP Conference


Deutsche Bank today announced that its senior managers will participate in three separate industry discussions at the annual Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) Conference in Las Vegas from October 27-30. Deutsche Bank’s speakers will discuss the changing regulatory environment for treasury and finance professionals, including the impact of Basel III and how to prepare for SEPA.

“The industry is seeing unprecedented regulatory shifts driven by legislation like Basel III, SEPA, FATCA and Dodd-Frank,” said Susan Skerritt, Head of Global Transaction Banking Americas, at Deutsche Bank. “The AFP Conference provides an excellent forum for members of our Deutsche Bank team to collaborate with treasury and finance professionals.  We are committed to ensuring our clients are prepared for these regulatory developments.  In particular, we want our clients to understand how they can benefit from centralization, automation and standardization opportunities resulting from changes in the industry.” 

AFP Conference sessions featuring Deutsche Bank Global Transaction Banking speakers include:

–          “SEPA Countdown: 3 Months to go Before the Shut-down of Legacy Euro Payments” with panelist Dieter Stynen, Head of Cash Management Corporates, Western Europe. This session will take place in the Lagoon KL room on Monday, October 28 from 8:30am – 9:30am PST.

–          “Regulatory Changes and the Impact on International Payments” moderated by Martin Runow, Head of Cash Management Corporates, Americas. This session will take place in the Surf DEF room on Monday, October 28 from 1:30pm – 2:45pm PST.

–          “Basel III: What Does It Mean for You?” with speaker Lisa Rossi, Global Head of Structured Liquidity Products. This session will take place in the Surf DEF room on Tuesday, October 29 from 2:00pm – 3:00pm PST.

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