Ensuring data quality, process efficiency and transparency
May 28, 2015 - Stockholm (Sweden)
Corporate groups are subject to complex dynamics regarding their shareholding structure. With increasing corporate integration the economic and strategic importance of shareholding management is also growing.
Despite the strategic significance of shareholding management, most of the companies have not implemented it fully as a holistic support process yet. Especially when it comes to large companies, there is a lack of integration of IT systems and a wide range of isolated solutions, especially in the area of investment data. Therefore, it is not surprising that such a time-consuming, redundant data entry and an increasing number of error sources arise.
In the last years, the requirement for structured and standardized processes in shareholding management has strongly increased. In the management this topic comes into focus particularly by the wish for a local data entry of investment data in order to increase the data quality.
When it comes to topics such as board appointments, management of mandate maturities, general support of paperwork aspects like preparation, invitation, follow-up and documentation of general meetings, the fulfillment of internal and external reporting obligations, monitoring of key figures, the underlying documentation, process stability and data quality are of considerable importance.
Comprehensive reporting and analysis functions provide the necessary transparency in order to analyze the performance and value development of single subsidiaries based on detailed data.
See for yourself how user friendly and simple it is to navigate and maintain the web-based solution zetVisions CIM for shareholding management and how it contributes to an increase of efficiency, data quality and transparency.
|Welcome & Registration / Lunch|
Welcome / Short introduction of participants
Shareholding Management – Full Overview of Your Investment Structures
Martina Dippel, Sales Executive, zetVisions AG
Customer Case: How SCA benefits from a professional solution for Shareholding Management to manage their corporate structures
Robert Liebl, Project Manager Group Control, SCA GmbH / Svenska Cellulosa Aktiebolaget SCA
Live Demo of the standard software solution zetVisions CIM (“Corporate Investment Manager”)
Wrap-Up / Discussion / Exchange of experiences
Robert Liebl leads global finance projects impacting corporate and regional organizations and related processes. Robert has a MSc. degree in Business Administration and Engineering and 15 years of experience in SCA within Controlling, Global Shared Services and Group Consolidation in Europe and Asia. Projects in SCA are implemented with a high focus on stakeholder requirements - reflecting the diversity of a global environment in function and geography. zetVisions CIM is implemented to replace island solutions with a holistic process.
Monika Pürsing is CEO of zetVisions AG. Since March 2006 she was Head of Product Management of zetVisions AG and therefore already co-determined the strategic direction of the company. Before joining zetVisions she successfully led numerous international projects in the area of master data management solutions and advised customers regarding process design.
Andreas Stock, Head of Presales, is responsible for all Presales activities of zetVisions AG and he acts as interface between the product management and the customer. Before zetVisions he had worked ten years for the software companies Oracle (Hyperion Solutions) and SAS Institute. He has sales experience in the area of Enterprise Performance Management and Business Intelligence. In the field of legal entity management he has more than six years of experience.
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