Are banks delivering for their corporate customers’ needs?
There is always friction between banks and their customers, purely because it involves money and money enables and restricts us from doing the things we want to do. Most of us believe however that large corporations can keep banks at their service because of the size of their bank account balances. Is this true, and how effectively overall are the banks servicing the needs of businesses? Colin Tyler will provide us with a keen insight.
Colin Tyler has been Chief Executive with the Association of Corporate Treasurers since September 2011. Before this, he worked with Rentokil Initial in 1997 as Director of Treasury, Tax and Risk Management, then Business Services Director, and from 2007, he was Divisional Finance Director, City Link Limited. Prior to this Colin's career included various treasury roles at both Guinness and Amersham International.
He has a first class degree in Medical Biochemistry, and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of England and Wales. Colin is a member of the ACT and an MCT prize winner.