Masterclass Series: Achieving a connected treasury and finance hub while protecting against fraud
Episode 4: Streamlining Services Into a Connected Treasury and Finance Solution
In episode 4, the final episode of this Masterclass series, Tom Leitch, Director of Sales and Business Development at Bottomline, summarises the key takeaways from the first 3 episodes sharing the key considerations treasurers should take into account when considering payment connectivity solutions, liquidity, and fraud prevention, plus his advice on what to consider when choosing a partner to support cash visibility and secure payments.
In the 3rd video of our treasury masterclass series, Tom Leitch, Director of Sales and Business Development, Treasury at Bottomline and James Richardson, Head of Market Development, Risk and Fraud at Bottomline discuss how the latest fraud control measures can best be embedded across an organization. With a spotlight on treasury and finance, Tom and James explore how the major fraud trends have changed since the pandemic, the types of new fraud to watch out for, and how treasurers should adapt to these.
In Episode 2, Tom Leitch and Ben Beach discuss the key steps to achieving a connected financial treasury hub. Drawing on their experience of working with corporate organizations, their conversation explores why some companies have issues with achieving the desired connectivity within their treasury and finance processes, how this can be resolved and how best to utilise their banks and partners to deliver return on investment.
In Episode 1, featuring Amanda Boston, GTM Lead, Receivables, and Tom Leitch, Director of Sales and Business Development, learn what digitization is needed to help achieve real-time liquidity, how that impacts teams differently, and what organizations need to do to foster collaboration.