CAFTA Bites is a series of short programs designed as knowledge packets for candidates who wish train in topics relevant in the world of working professionals. This includes all the free and paid webinars that we do as part of CAFTA networking events.
We believe that short, meaningful interactions with leading professionals in the industry can be useful additions to your day that can significantly steepen your learning curve.
- Open to all
Session schedule for December 2020:
1. Analytics: A disruption or a FAD
Date: 3 December 2020
Entry Fee: Free
Time: 7-8 p.m.
Listen to our past sessions:
CAFTA extensively organizes knowledge sessions on various topics that are highly appreciated in the student and working professional community.
Following are some of the sessions that were organized earlier and were appreciated greatly by our audience.
1. Stimulus packages across countries and impact on global financial markets
During March-May 2020, governments and central banks were announcing relief packages to ensure financial markets stability. Understanding how global financial markets reacted to these measures will make you understand the situation that prevailed during that time.
2. Working capital and cash forecasting in the next normal: Trends and technology
Lately, organizations are urgently getting control and visibility of their liquidity situation by deploying crisis resilient response framework. Understanding how practices are changing in areas of cash and liquidity management, working capital management, and short-term financing strategy is highly relevant.
3. Sector specific discussion: Understand how different industries are responding to the market environment
Rapidly evolving global market environment resulted in different challenges across various industry sector. It is therefore important to understand how different industry sectors such as financial services, real estate, automotive, consumer retail, commodities etc. were impacted due to changes in the market environment. It will help you understand the unique response planning strategies developed by these industries to deal with the crisis.
4. Treasury response to crisis and changing role of technology
In the first half of 2020, CFOs and Treasurers were proactively identifying and assessing the impact of crisis on the business to plan their response. This was organized to provide an overview on the key impact areas: (1) Funding strategies; (2) Cash and liquidity management; (3) Financial risk management; (4) Technology and analytics
Contact us for upcoming sessions
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