Joost Bergen is the Owner and Senior Advisor of Cash Dynamics, a boutique advisory and training firm. Joost is a broadly oriented senior finance professional raised as an advisor and trained as a banker, with working experience within corporates and banks. Through his career Joost has worked for many listed and non-listed multinational corporations with headquarters or financial centres in Europe. He has shaped and redefined the treasury function for different organisations. Designed the treasury policy, defined the management controls, selected and implemented the treasury infrastructure and selected/ implemented banking partners.Joost is responsible for assignments with corporate treasuries and with transaction banks, both G-SIBS and D-SIBS. Prior to setting up Cash Dynamics, Joost worked for a Corporate Finance firm (1996), ABN AMRO Bank (2000) and a Finance & Treasury advisory firm (2007). Joost holds a master of Applied Economics from the Radboud University in the Netherlands. His 20 years of experience provide him with a thorough understanding of Corporate Cash & Liquidity Management, Financial Supply Chain activity and the expectations towards the Transaction and Corporate Banking community. This enables him to advise banks in enhancing their Transaction Banking value proposition in relation to changing client needs, regulatory changes like Basel III and opportunities technology provides in the payment area, client engagements and how it brings operational efficiency. This knowledge, experience and insights is employed in his coaching and training activities. Joost develops training curriculums and moderates’ training, both in-house and at open enrolment training, as well as within the academic world. Next to this Joost managing and moderating the Liquidity Management Working Group of the EBA (Euro Banking Association). He is Managing Director of the Executive Master of Finance & Control Program of the University of Amsterdam and he engage and advice financial technology start-ups in their business development to accelerate.
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