For the first time, TMXG will be speaking on May 30th at the New York Cash Exchange Conference, the premier annual educational event sponsored by TMANY, the Treasury Management Association of New York. The event will be held in New York City from Tuesday May 28th through Thursday May 30th at the Marriott Marquis Times Square where over 500 vendors and corporate practitioners are expected to be in attendance and exhibiting. Michael Lenihan of TMXG will leading a session on “Bank Relationship Management in 2019”.
Michael Lenihan, President of TMXG, led three sessions at the New England AFP Conference in Boston on April 24 and 25 at the Seaport World Trade Center. To open the conference at 9am, Michael co-led a round-table discussion with Coleman Nee, Treasury Manager of Hasbro, Inc on “What Do We Want From Our Banks?” and discussed with corporate attendees the challenges and benefits of monitoring and reallocating a corporate treasury department’s spend on bank services among their bank groups. At 11:30am, Michael presented a session titled “Do You Consider Your Bank a Strategic Partner? - Bank Relationship Management in 2019” with Marci Lerner of Hologic and Gina Powers of Dunkin Brands who provided their personal perspectives on what makes an effective partnership with their banks while Michael provided several treasury services survey results establishing key measures of BRM into a broad perspective. On Thursday at 3:00pm, Michael co-presented with Kent Smack, CEO of ESM Software, Inc, a session titled “Driving Strategic Alignment from the Front Lines to the Boardroom” discussing best practices in setting and executing on your corporate and divisional strategies utilizing the globally accepted ‘balanced score card methodology’ which was developed by Robert Kaplan and David Norton of Harvard Business School. Michael provided insights into components of typical CFO/Finance and Treasury strategy maps. There were over 400 in attendance at the conference representing banks, fin-techs, investment companies, consulting firms and corporate treasury professionals, from across the United States, Canada, and Europe.
At the 2018 NEAFP 33rd annual Sources of Education conference held April 18-20 in Boston, the membership voted in the new slate of officers for the upcoming fiscal year July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019. A long standing board member, Michael Lenihan will serve as Vice President of the association. Michael is President of TMXpert Group, LLC, a Boston based advisory and consulting firm specializing in best practices in treasury and cash management advising both banks and corporations. Michael has been active in the treasury management industry for over 35 years, is a frequent speaker at national and regional conferences and is author of numerous articles related to corporate banking and treasury topics.
Joining executive committee will also be Margaret Vose as President, Coleman Nee as Treasurer, and John Downes as incoming Secretary. "Margie" is with the Rockland Trust Company, Coleman is with Hasbro Corporation, and John is with Santander Bank.
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On May 17-18-19, 2017, the New England AFP will be hosting its 32nd Annual Sources of Education Conference at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston where 85 sessions will be offered over the three days to over 500 attendees. TMXpert Group's Michael Lenihan will moderate a panel discussion titled "Managing Rating Agency Relationships - Views from Both Sides of the Mirror" where you will hear best practices in building good working relationships between companies and their rating agencies. Michael will be joined by Marci Lerner, Treasurer of Hologic Corp, Catherine Stone, Esq, Asst. Treasurer of Cabot Corp, and Brian Oak, Managing Director of Moodys to provide attendees with their personal insights and perspectives in a question and answer format. Session #204, May 18th at 3:00pm.
The New England Automated Clearing House Association, NEACH, is holding its annual 2 day "Payments Management Conference" at the Framingham Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center near Boston, Massachusetts on May 10th and 11th, 2017. Michael Lenihan, President of TMXPert Group, will be presenting with Lisa Carbone, SVP of Treasury Management, and Lorraine Benoit, SVP and Electronic Transaction Services Operations Director, at Eastern Bank, on the subject of" How Treasury Services and Bank Operations Can Work Collaboratively to Drive Fee-based Revenue". NEACH provides over 800 financial institutions and corporations' direct access to the latest information, education and risk management programs to understand and process electronic payment transactions.
The New England Association for Financial Professionals (NEAFP) is holding its semi-annual 'Introduction to Treasury Management' in Boston on March 28th, 2017 at State Street Bank's headquarters. Attendees will engage in a full day of presentations by corporate practitioners and experts in a broad array of topics related to treasury and cash management. Michael Lenihan, President of TMXpert Group will deliver an information-rich presentation on best practices in BRM --managing your corporation's bank relationships.