The panel was made up of …
corporate treasurers Henrik G. Welch, Vice President, Group Treasurer, Alfa Laval, and
Mads Holm, Senior Vice President, Head of Treasury, Tax and Investor Relations, Equinor,
consultant Torben Winther, Partner, Deloitte, and
bank representative Aurelia Normand, Head of Global Transaction Banking CIB, BNP Paribas,
… all under rather active moderation by Simon Hesse Hoffmann, also presenter of the conference day as a whole.
While consultants can be a resource, Mads Holm emphasised how they also need to be matched by resources from the corporation’s side – firstly to guide the project and guarantee the compliance with the purpose, and secondly to capture the emerging know-how into the permanent organisation. And indeed, Aurelia Normand pointed out that a large part of her bank’s effort in many projects lie with training the corporate’s staff.
Henrik Welch stressed how it is key that you are precise about what service you buy.
“If you are not clear on the scoping and you push on the pricing, you are in trouble.”
Simon Hesse Hoffmann could relate to the situation.
“Many of us know that … if we have built a house, and didn’t count with the windows.”
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