Financial Shared Services Exchange 2015

15 - 16 September, 2015

The Netherlands


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Taking advantage of the major opportunities in today’s financial shared services marketplace

We’re working with YOU, the industry, to really understand what’s important in financial shared services right now. You’ve told us that value added shared services and financial transformation are the two key areas for you, and we’ve made these the key themes for the Shared Services Exchange 2014.

Value added shared services. Your transactional capabilities are outstanding, you’ve delivered exceptional cost savings, now you’re in a position to add more value to the business.

  • How do you align with organisational goals?
  • What are the new killer services you should incorporate to your centre?

Discuss key approaches with like-minded peers at the roundtable discussions and Brainweaves.

Finance transformation. Making sure that your services are the best of the best, first in class, and setting the standard for other parts of the business and your industry peers.

  • Building a Centre of Excellence
  • What does end-to-end performance excellence really look like?

Learn from up to date case study examples on the Shared Services Exchange programme.

New for 2014. To make sure we’re really aligned with industry activity we’ve introduced the Shared Services Exchange Advisory Council. We’re bringing together six end-user practitioners to share their ideas on how we can shape the best event possible for you.

Improved for 2014. We’re working with more industry leading solutions providers to help you with your key challenges. The scheduled roundtables and one-to-one meetings will give you valuable insights and action points to take back to your office.

Key stats for 2014.

The organisations on the speaker panel have over 1 million employees, that’s an average of over 65,000 employees per speaker.

The organisations on the speaker panel have a total of 64.158 billion Euros in revenue.

Eight of the organisations on the speaker panel are from FTSE 350 companies.

2014 Speakers Included

Joshua Lynch
Associate Director, Centre of Operational Excellence
National Grid
Helen Barratt
Director Shared Services
National Grid
NYSE Euronext
Aart Schutte
General Ledger Manager, Europe and Asia Pacific
NYSE Euronext
Jan Comhaire
Global Process Director Customer to Cash
Reckitt Benckiser
Andrew Wilson
Operations Director - Business Services
Reckitt Benckiser
Rockwell Automation
Wojciech Krygowski
Director, Global Finance Operations
Rockwell Automation
John Kalnins
Global Controls Design & Deploy Manager

Media Partners

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