Virtual Workshops

Gain access to even more educational content with AFP 2022 Virtual Workshops. These sessions are complimentary to all registrants. 

Improving Treasury’s Value Proposition

Tuesday September 27, 2022 |12:00PM – 5:00PM

Credits: CTP 4.8 | FPAC 4.8 | CPE: 4.8 | CPE Field of Study: Management Service

Corporate treasury is essential to the overall financial success of the organization and yet is in some cases viewed as being purely transactional instead of a driver of earnings. Treasury professionals have the ability to proactively reframe perceptions through building partnerships, improving processes, and seizing opportunities to impact the strategic direction of the company. This workshop explores proven strategies to better advocate for treasury’s role in driving an organization’s financial performance while building valuable strategic partnerships.


Brad Larson, CTP
ReCa Treasury

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn the tangible benefits to your organization of creating and maintaining an engaged treasury team.
  2. Build a greater understanding of how treasury can build valuable strategic relationships with internal partners throughout the organization.

Forecasting in Uncertain Times: A how to in the Age of Disruption

Wednesday September 28, 2022 |12:00PM – 5:00PM

Credits: CTP 4.8 | FPAC 4.8 | CPE: 4.8 | CPE Field of Study: Finance

Forecasts are all but guaranteed to be wrong, even more so these days where new disruptions to business seem to be a near daily occurrence. Nevertheless, companies should always aspire to be as accurate as possible. This course is designed to provide participants with implementation-ready and theoretical approaches for improving the accuracy of forecasts: discover how to identify key business drivers of growth and improve future visibility for agile decision making; learn how to implement simple yet powerful modeling techniques to remove guesswork, increase their confidence, and mitigate risk through data integration, scenario management, and predictive simulation.


Carl Seidman
Seidman Global LLC

Learning Objectives:

  1. Learn to identify which elements of the forecast require the most diligence and which elements expose the organization to risk.
  2. Learn to monitor operational performance, predict future outcomes, and reforecast as economic assumptions change.