32nd Finance Symposium 21 - 23 April 2021 - Virtual Event

In a globally networked financial world, in which business transactions are processed automatically in real time within seconds, finance departments need to find new working models. In addition, the Corona crisis has clearly demonstrated the importance of virtual and agile working: Processes that require constant presence in the office and access to physical documents are no longer up to date and can even jeopardise business in times of crisis.

Solutions and tools for the new, digital working models are already available. Among the areas covered are e-banking, e-BAM, KYC, sanctions screening and bank service billing. When successfully deployed, these tools allow the level of standardization and automation in business workflows to be significantly increased. This provides a sound and secure foundation for today’s corporate banking.

Follow our customers to benefit from the centralised, automated and standardised processing of your banking transactions and get to know the potential of the new technologies.


The Finance Symposium as a virtual event

Above all, virtual means flexibility! Flexibility for the exhibitors, but also flexibility for you as a participant. Wherever you are: at home, in the office or on the road - you won't miss anything at the 32nd Finance Symposium. Of course, there will be the usual workshops as video streams and everything that makes up a virtual conference. The focus, however, is on networking. The perfect discussion partner can be found via an integrated matchmaking solution. Partners with similar interests are easily introduced to each other. Experience digital networking at the highest level!

We are contributing the following workshops to the virtual programme:

"New Work" in Treasury at Ritter Sport: E-banking becomes Digital Banking
A "mobile" treasury department needs a digitalised set-up for at least:

  • Payments and Cash Management
  • Bank Account Management
  • Bank Service Billing
  • Sanctions Screening

Simon Stelly, Currency and Treasury Manager, Alfred Ritter GmbH & Co. KG
Gregor Opgen-Rhein, , Senior Sales Consultant, Omikron e-banking solutions

Wednesday 21.04.2021 14:45 - 15:35

eBAM - electronic Bank Account Management - Digitalisation of banking management processes at Henkel

  • eBAM requirements and functionalities at a glance
  • Phased approach and current status of implementation
  • eBAM management processes
  • Bank connectivity – feedback from the MultiCash eBAM working group

Thomas Grunwald, Head of Treasury Processing, Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
Andreas Liebenow, Bank Account Manager, Henkel AG & Co. KGaA
Gregor Opgen-Rhein, Senior Sales Consultant, Omikron e-banking solutions
Tobias Wagner, Product Manager, Omikron e-banking solutions

Wednesday 21.04.2021 16:00 - 16:50

Visit our Treasury Café:

We report on digital success stories in corporate banking. On behalf of all the corporates we have supported in the onboarding of EBAM processes, we will be available to answer your questions about the EBAM projects we have already implemented and your planned project.

Treasury Café: Building blocks for the successful digitalisation of your treasury processes:

  • Centralised, international payment and cash management hub
  • eBAM (electronic bank account management), KYC and bank fee management
  • Sanctions Screening, AML, Denied Party Check and Fraud Protection
  • Mobile working concepts - "New Work" in Treasury

Gregor Opgen-Rhein -Senior Sales Consultant, Omikron e-banking solutions

Thursday 22.04.2021 15:45 - 16:30

Take the opportunity to exchange ideas with us in our workshops or discuss your upgrade to the digital future in a personal chat. Book your meeting with our experts at expertendialog@omikron.de.

You would like to take part in the Virtual Finance Symposium but don't have a ticket yet? Then contact us now to get your personal priority ticket.

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