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Cash management debate: Participants

Cash management debate: Show me the money

Pierre Fersztand (PF) is head of cash management at BNP Paribas. He joined the bank in 1998 from the civil service, where he was responsible for new technology projects. Between 1999 and 2005 he was general manager of the Société Européenne de Monnaie Electronique, a French banking consortium promoting an e-money product called Moneo. In July 2005, he was appointed global head of the cash management business line at BNP Paribas in Paris.
David Gregg (DG) has been head of treasury at engineering and manufacturing group Charter since 2007, responsible for treasury activities worldwide. Previous roles have been in finance and audit with UK-listed companies in engineering, construction and materials, food production and support services.
Marcel Kellerhals (MK) has been group treasurer at Panalpina since June 2007. He joined Panalpina in 2002 as a risk manager and was promoted to deputy group treasurer in 2006. He was formerly a private banker working for several Swiss banks.

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