The 2022 AFP Executive Institute will focus on resilience in uncertainty

The in-person event, sponsored by PNC Bank, will be present keynote speakers Chloe Demrovsky, Avril Rinné and a full range of networking sessions and events for treasury and finance executives

BETHESDA, MD., September 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — As treasury and finance leaders grapple with evolving global issues, the AFP Executive Institute 2022sponsored by PNC Bank, will equip leaders to develop risk management and resilience strategies in the face of uncertainty.

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The Executive Institute is an exclusive extension of AFP 2022, an annual cash management conference hosted by the Association of Financial Professionals (AFP) that includes keynote addresses, education sessions and networking events. This year’s Institute was designed to help senior finance professionals find renewed meaning, hone their skills, and discuss new ideas that could transform their organizations.

Chloe DemrovskyPresident and CEO of Disaster Recovery Institute (DRI) International, will open the Executive Institute Monday October 24, with an opening session on future trends in risk and resilience and the importance for leaders of managing the risks facing their organizations. Demrovsky will provide DRI research findings as well as tactical insight on strengthening enterprise-wide business continuity practices.

Tuesday, October 25, Avril Rinné, Founder and Chief Change Navigator of April Worldwide, will moderate the keynote session on Prospering in an Ever-Changing and Uncertain World. Rinne will take leaders on a journey through the flow mindset, explaining what it is, why it matters, and how to get one.

“Treasury and finance leaders are at the forefront of helping their organizations prepare for and meet challenges,” said Jim Kaitz, Chairman and CEO of AFP. “To anticipate potential disruptions, leaders must continue to learn. This year’s Executive Institute will prepare executives through timely discussions, training sessions and networking opportunities.”

Executive content offered at AFP 2022 also includes:

  • Educational sessions on topics such as creating an impactful diversity, equity and inclusion initiative; manage the structure of distributed finance; and operational cash in private equity;

  • Round tables on priority issues for financial leaders; and

  • Networking events for executives to build their peer network.

“As treasury and finance organizations continue to face unpredictable and uncertain market conditions, we believe sharing best practices and ongoing education is extremely important, even for senior leaders,” said Emma Loftus, executive vice president and head of cash management at PNC. “This year, the AFP Executive Institute will continue to animate these discussions by providing senior leaders with new ideas and resources to help them meet the changing expectations of customers, employees and shareholders.

Created exclusively for senior treasury and finance executives, participation in the AFP Executive Institute is limited to corporate practitioners with the title of Treasurer, Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Finance, Assistant Treasurer, or Controller. Book your place before register for AFP 2022 and selection from the AFP Executive Institute. Sign up by September 16save $350. For press inquiries, please contact Melissa RawakDirector General, at [email protected]

About AFP®

Headquarters outside washington d.c.and located regionally in Singapore, the Association of Financial Professionals (AFP) is the professional society committed to advancing the success of treasury and finance members and their organizations. Created and administered by AFP, the Certified Treasury Professional and Certified Corporate FP&A Professional certifications set standards of excellence in treasury and finance.

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