More NewsBank of America GTS Launches Aerarium – The Global Forum on Working Capital

Bank of America GTS Launches Aerarium - The Global Forum on Working Capital

Aerarium, a ‘Global Forum on Working Capital’, has been launched by Bank of America to provide WCM specialists and treasurers with an opportunity to identifying and analysing new solutions to the critical issues facing the industry. Aerarium’s mission is to engage leaders in government and industry and help improve working capital management around the globe. Membership currently includes senior executives from some of the world’s largest multinational corporations and financial institutions. Future membership will expand to include leading academics in working capital. The inaugural Aerarium summit took place June 19-21 in Malaysia. Designed as an ongoing series of summits, the next Aerarium session is scheduled to take place in Europe this September.

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