Treasury in Housing 2021

In times of crisis, treasury becomes a critical function to help housing associations address the immediate requirements to maintain business operations, and to ensure the organisation comes back stronger than ever.

Date: 29 September 2021

Time: 09:00 - 16:30

Location: Business Design Centre, Business Design Centre, 52 Upper Street, London, N1 0QH

Member price from: £345

Not for profit price from: £395

Private sector price from: £525

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Join over 250 likeminded specialists to analyse the current economic climate and discuss the most recent developments impacting treasury management strategies. Hear directly from housing providers who have pursued new and innovative funding options and take away the latest insight into the future of financing.

2020 highlights include:

  • An analysis of the impact of macroeconomic and political drivers on your treasury strategy.
  • We heard recovery treasury strategies to manage the impact of coronavirus.
  • An exploration into how to maximise your appeal to domestic and international investors as a stable and safe investment opportunity.
  • Determined how best to balance cashflow and investment priorities in the context of rising regeneration and asset management costs.
  • An evaluation of treasury strategies and new investment vehicles to support your organisation.

Keep your eyes peeled for more information coming soon.

Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities

Sponsorship and exhibiting offers a unique opportunity to align your brand with our successful virtual events and provides the perfect vehicle for elevating profile, repositioning a brand, increasing competitive advantage, improving brand recall or launching a new product. To discuss sponsorship opportunities please contact Julian Hurst at Foremarke Events on housing@foremarke.uk.com or by calling 0208 877 8899.

Costs

Member type
04/05/2020
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Member
04/05/2020
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£345
Not for profit / Public sector
04/05/2020
14/01/2021
£395
Private sector
04/05/2020
£525
14/01/2021