Andritz needed treasury to go next-level, hired Minna

Austrian tech-plant builder Andritz may not be a household name in the Nordics, but with a 9-billion-euro turnover and 30,000 employees across the world, it is a complex corporation to manage. In this session of Treasury 360° Nordic on 23 May, Minna Helppi shares her recent experience of coming in as the group’s head of treasury, and describes the path she sees to a better leverage of today’s technological possibilities in the treasury operations. 

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Frequent acquisitions have been a central part of the group’s development, and as long as new units have been profitable, a lot of operational responsibility has stayed with themselves out there. However, in treasury, that brings a drawback, and Minna Helppi is now – for example – overseeing a drive to bring down the number of banking relations from the 300-or-so, and consolidating the treasury management system setup across the group. A lot of currently email-based processing could get more systematic, she reckons – but first of all the need lies in aligning the whole staff to share the understanding of their big picture.
She was interviewed on stage by SEB’s Harri Rantanen.
Don’t miss our own recent interview with Minna here (“To tap the power of tech, first look to the team”), also printed in our 68-page event magazine which is downloadable as pdf here.


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