Anne Heidemann (AH): I think the organiser has done a good job attracting many good speakers.
Elena Stensgaard (ES): Very interesting tracks. It was difficult to choose where to participate! They were all very relevant.
AH: And I think you have some new names when it comes to the companies invited and also some old names. I think it’s a good mixture. It’s really good to have some of the – I wouldn’t say start-ups, because they are not – but the very fast growing companies here so I can learn from their experience. I’ve been in Track C for most of the afternoon. It has been the most interesting for me. I’ve just started a treasury department. I’ve been in treasury for many years in some very large companies, and now I’m with a very small company starting from scratch.
ES: What was interesting for me was the session about interest rate risk management (Track B, Case Study: Riding the inflation – How Ørsted mitigates the risk – and innovates new win-win solutions with clients) because Ørsted is doing things on a very sophisticated level, which I would like to learn from. But Track D – The Human element was also interesting because I now have a small team and I understand it’s important to motivate people using the right approach.
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