Monday Morning Learning Opps

Treasury Disruptors and the Future of Payment Innovations

  • Monday, July 15
  • 08:15 AM - 09:30 AM
  • Austin Conv Center
  • Level 1, Ballroom B
  • MS

Speakers

Kyle Clark

Vice President for Finance and Administration

Florida State University

Tallahassee, Florida

William Huang

Deputy Chief Information Officer

The University of Texas System

Austin, Texas

Stephen Marra

SVP & Manager, Insights and Strategy Consulting

Wells Fargo Bank

Chicago, Illinois

Thomas Mattos

Controller

Rhode Island School of Design

Providence, Rhode Island

Harper Watters

Moderator

Managing Director, Wells Fargo

New York, New York

Description

Keeping up with treasury innovations and the latest technology is a job within itself. This presentation will provide an overview of and perspectives on how emerging payment technologies (e.g. faster payments, application programming interfaces (APIs), blockchain) will not only transform, but disrupt the treasury functions of the future. These disruptors will change how treasury operations delivers on mandates to optimize financial assets and liabilities, drive cash flow improvements, process cash transactions, and manage financial risk for their university. Treasury teams who are prepared to take advantage of these technologies will realize significant improvements in student and staff experiences, and recognize the associated automation and operational efficiencies that result from innovation.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand how to incorporate emerging payment technologies into the strategic planning process at your institution
  • Identify how to combine the improvement in optimizing treasury efficiencies with an improvement in student and staff experience
  • Evaluate the technology that business officers should be discussing with their IT departments to prepare for integration into campus-wide projects