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Treasurer Search Newsletter May 2018

Last month I met various candidates, employers and educators with whom I spoke about treasury education and career development. With people getting older, careers will last longer. Technology and other developments result in traditional jobs disappearing and new ones popping up. Corporate treasury nowadays is very different from how it was 20 years ago. Life time employment disappeared, employees will have to take responsibility for staying relevant for the modern labour market. What is your strategy? Let the Vrije Universiteit inform you about their program, as from September in English. Read the blog post below and let us keep the topic on the table.

Pieter de Kiewit
pdk@treasurersearch.com / 0031611119783
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Information Evening PGO Treasury Management & Corporate Finance

On Wednesday 16 May 2018 the Information Evening for the Postgraduate programs (PGO's), including the Treasury Management & Corporate Finance program, will take place at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.

Anyone interested in the program is welcome to get an impression of the program and to get to know the program management, teachers and (ex-) students.

Read more and sign up!


Algo Trading & Algo Matching: the end of our jobs?

By Pieter de Kiewit

Last week ING was quoted in Het Financieele Dagblad on their vision on the recruitment market and digitization. ING fears for the future of the traditional recruiter. In the same week I received an invitation for an event about FX algorithms. Apparently they bring more than speed, cost savings and accuracy. Should recruiters and treasurers fear for their jobs?

Read the article on our website


2 years treasuryXL: best read articles

By Arnoud Doornbos

It has been 2 years since treasuryXL started up. To celebrate more than 2 years of treasuryXL, we have researched all our articles and found those that have attracted the most attention, and decided to share with you our findings. We hope you enjoy this short series of 6 articles looking back over the last 2 years.

Read the full article on treasuryXL