8:20 AM–9:20 AM      MORNING KEYNOTE:
                                      The Cyber Threat Landscape, Intrusion Investigations and Preparing Treasury’s Playbook
                                      M.K. Palmore, Assistant Special Agent in Charge, FBI San Francisco—Cyber Branch

   Refreshments provided between sessions


   9:40 AM–10:40 AM    SESSION ONE

                                      1A   Treasury’s Role in Shareholder Value Creation—Catherine Portman, Juniper Networks

                                      1B   The Evolving Landsape of Payments Security—Matt Davies, Dallas Federal Reserve

                                      1C   Where Do We Go From Here? Liquidity Management in a Post Reform Environment—Christina Kopec,

                                             Goldman Sachs Asset Management

                                      1D   Global or Regional Centralization: The Treasury Debate—Kelvin Ang, Citibank; Karen Brochier, BioMarin;

                                              Victor Grado, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

   10:55 AM–11:55 AM   SESSION TWO

                                       2A   Benchmarking Against your Peers for Optimal Treasury Performance—Deepa Palamuttam, Intel Corporation

                                       2B   How Treasuries Use Technology: Automating Processes, Mitigating Risks, and Increasing Controls—

                                              Greg Whipple, Clearwater Analytics; Nicholas Zaiko, Bridgebay Financial; Priscilla Yip, Salesforce.com

                                       2C   FX Risk in Emerging Markets: Hedge or Not to Hedge?—Guillermo Gualino, Agilent Technologies;

                                               Arun Batra, Agilent Technologies

                                       2D   Managing Liquidity Globally: Approaches for a Complex World—Sara Sims, Bank of America Merrill Lynch;

                                               Priti Kartik, Logitech, US

   12:10 PM–1:40 PM    LUNCH KEYNOTE
                                      The Role of Treasury as Champions of Corporate Responsibility
                                      Andrew Behar, CEO, As You Sow

    1:55 PM–2:50 PM     SESSION THREE
                                      3A   Make an Impact: Environmental, Social and Governance in Investments—Mark Thornton, Business for the Planet
                                      3B   AP Automation: The Paperless Solution for Payables Processing—Scott Hogate, PNC Bank;

                                             Curtis Viverette, Montrose Environment Group
                                      3C   Understanding Innovation in Cash: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly—William Goldthwait,

                                             State Street Global Advisors
                                      3D   Evolution of Treasury Management at CalPERS—Melody Benavides, CALPERS

   3:10 PM–4:00 PM     SESSION FOUR

                                      4A   Putting Cards to Work—William Kniering, MUFG Union Bank N.A.; Anthony Choi, CJ America
                                      4B   Frictionless Payments via APIs—Millicent Calinog, Wells Fargo Bank; Chris Ewing, One, Inc.
                                      4C   Making the Choice: Invest In House or Use an External Manager—Zeke Lorretto, eBay Inc.; Geoff Nolan, Qualcomm
                                      4D   Developing a Treasury Technology Roadmap—Ed Barrie, Tableau Software
   4:15 PM– 5:10 PM    SESSION FIVE
                                      5A   Optimizing Cash and Liquidity & Future Proofing Treasury; HDS’ Transformative Project in EMEA—

                                             Cathy Fields, Hitachi Data Systems

                                      5B   Evaluating and Reducing Risk in the Payment Ecosystem—Steven Bernstein, JPMorgan Chase,

                                              Mike Magness, Intuit Inc.
                                      5C   Active/Passive Fixed Income Strategies for Balance Sheet Investing—David Alongi, Northern Trust Asset Management
                                      5D   Scaling for Rapid Global Expansion—David Watt, Uber; Maneek Marwaha, Uber

                   5:10 PM     NETWORKING RECEPTION BEGINS

EVENT:                   The 28th Annual San Francisco Treasury Symposium

EVENT DATE:         Friday, May 5, 2017 (7:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.)

LOCATION:             The Park Central Hotel San Francisco

                                 50 Third Street (@ Market)

                                 San Francisco, CA 94103

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