Natixis attends UNIVERSWIFTNet on February 12
Les équipes de Global Transaction Banking de Natixis partageront leur expertise et répondront aux questions des trésoriers d’entreprise lors du salon UNIVERSWIFTNet le 12 février au Palais Brongniart – Paris.
UNIVERSWIFTNet, the annual meeting of corporate treasurers
Every year, UNIVERSWIFTNet welcomes corporate treasurers and chief financial officers, bankers and editors. It is a good opportunity to share the latest news, learn about the trends and the regulations that have an impact on the relationships between banks and companies.
The Global Transaction Banking teams of Natixis will be pleased to welcome you at their stand to answer your questions and discuss your current or future projects.
A meeting featuring conferences, workshops, etc., on the major current topics
You will learn all about the opportunities generated by the developments in technology for corporate treasurers both in the plenary sessions and the practical workshops. Four major themes will be developed:
- SEPA, scheduled to migrate on February 1, 2014, lays down the framework for SEPA transfers and direct debit, which will replace the domestic payment instruments;
- security, which remains a major issue for companies;
- payment factories, to streamline your payments;
- trade, to develop your activities internationally.
Full schedule on the UNIVERSWIFTNet website. (French only)
Natixis provides the keys to boosting your business in China
You plan to find new prospects in Asia and draw on the assets of this high economic growth area? Attend the Natixis workshop at 12:00 p.m. on “RMB*, les enjeux et opportunités” (RMB, challenges and opportunities).
Payment in Renminbi*, authorized since August 2011, offers a major commercial asset for businesses, which can strengthen their position in the Chinese and Asian markets. During the workshop, Natixis delegates will provide insight into the key figures of the Chinese economy, the opportunities and benefits, including in terms of pricing, of businesses paying (for businesses to pay) their imports in RMB, with a focus on administrative questions (account opening, VAT, etc.).
To register, log in to the UNIVERSWIFTNET website. (French only)
*RMB or Yuan Renminbi is the official name of the Chinese currency