Since the financial crisis of 2008, the structured credit market has carried a stigma among certain investors of being unduly risky and reliant on intricate financial engineering. However, after much regulation and as yields remain low, the risk/return profile may be worth revisiting. Our guest sponsor, DWS, will join the first half hour of this interim meeting to provide their perspective on this asset class and help members weigh what may be best for their organizations in the current investment environment.
NeuGroup for Cash Investment 1 and 2 are two invitation-only groups of senior treasury professionals with responsibilities for treasury investment management at corporates with at least $2.5 billion in excess cash. The groups follow NeuGroup’s time-tested approach for membership peer groups, including facilitated agenda development, benchmarking surveys, and professional networking. Founded in 2004, they have since become the leading forum for peer knowledge exchange on cash investment practices at corporates with the largest cash portfolios.
Interim meetings are meant for members of the specified peer group. These meetings originated in response to Covid-19 to keep members connected virtually in between semi-annual peer group meetings. They have a headline topic or topics presented for discussion, followed by an open forum for additional peer sharing and learning on other items.