Making capital work harder

Treasurers gather in Manila to talk about controlling cash, maintaining liquidity and managing risk.

Chief financial officers and treasurers from some of the Philippine’s best-known companies turned out at FinanceAsia’s second annual Corporate Treasury Summit in Manila last month. The timely and targeted agenda attracted 200 delegates to the Shangri-la in Makati, where they picked up useful tips on making their capital work harder and controlling cash flows.

Aurelio Montinola, the president and chief executive of Bank of the Philippine Islands, the main sponsor of the event, opened the conference with a speech that called on the treasurers and CFOs in the room to not only focus on their day-to-day tasks of managing their treasuries, but to also look at...

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