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Standard Chartered and DIFC advance financial excellence


Standard Chartered has partnered with the DIFC Treasury Leadership Forum to explore how companies can build a robust treasury infrastructure.

Organized by DIFC, the forum will bring together senior treasurers from leading banks, multinational corporations and service providers to focus on how to optimize treasury operations for growth and the key trends affecting treasuries in different sectors.

Christopher Parsons, Senior Executive, Standard Chartered Bank, DIFC, said: “We are delighted to be partnering with DIFC on the DIFC Treasury Leadership Forum, a dynamic platform that brings together thought leaders to share insights, exchange ideas and collaborate to shape the future of treasury management. The partnership demonstrates the strong synergies between Standard Chartered and DIFC and demonstrates our long-term commitment to optimizing growth and creating a better future for the industry.”

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Alya Al Zarouni, Chief Operating Officer, DIFC Authority, said: “We will address how businesses can build a strong treasury infrastructure. and a strategy of integrating regional resources to provide a competitive advantage by reducing operating costs.”

The DIFC Treasury Leadership Forum was held on May 31 at the DIFC Gate Atrium, with the theme of “In-depth discussion on the future of the treasury center”, which will showcase the latest trends in treasury solutions aimed at simplifying financial operations and optimizing liquidity management. And strengthen the risk management strategy.

Speakers and panelists included: Alya Al Zarouni, Chief Operating Officer, DIFC Authority; Ankur Kanwar, Head of Cash Management (ASEAN) and Global Head of Structured Solutions, Standard Chartered; Christopher Parsons, Senior Executive, Standard Chartered; Irwin Medford, PwC Motasim Hasan Iqbal, Head of Transaction Banking Sales, Africa and Middle East, Standard Chartered; Ricky Kaura, Head of Transaction Banking, Asia Pacific, Africa and Middle East, Standard Chartered; Ruta Jukneviciute, Executive Director, Structured Solutions, Standard Chartered; Shashi Kumar Goyal, Treasurer; Syed Khurrum Zaeem, Head of Transaction Banking, Africa and Middle East, Standard Chartered Bank. The event will be moderated by Viplav Rathore, Managing Director and Head of AME Cash Products, Standard Chartered Bank. — trade arab news agency


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