The National Institute of Public Finance includes an intensive public finance curriculum, providing crucial insight into current public finance issues; developing the skills required for the future, free from commercial influence; and sharing ideas, best practices, and cutting-edge strategies. Participants in the Executive Treasury Management track will complete four core sessions, along with eight track-specific sessions.
Courses are being updated weekly. View the updated curriculum and agenda for Executive Treasury Management track participants below.
In this session, a panel of Treasurers will share their views on leadership and management that leads to operational excellence and outstanding performance; that includes a dialogue on: · What... Read More
Engage in a unique, interactive experience featuring treasurers and treasury management perspectives from across the nation. Take part in an interactive survey experience involving real treasurer’s scenarios from operating in... Read More
The role of the custodian continues to evolve as the environment in which both clients and providers operate becomes more complex, time-sensitive, and data intensive. More and more, asset owners... Read More
The demands on government treasury, accounts payable / accounts receivable staffs and related operations have never been greater. Changing consumer payments expectations are fueling new payment technologies and a need... Read More
In this session, a panel of shareholder litigation experts will share their positive experiences helping public fund trustees and managers develop and implement “best practice” policies and procedures to identify... Read More
With an increasing number of high profile data security breaches occurring over the course of the past few years, there are significant implications for unclaimed property programs across the country.... Read More
In a format designed to expose attendees to the Aspen Institute’s method of text-based dialog, this session features a moderated discussion about the reading and personal interpretations of how it... Read More