Date: June 2, 2016

MythBusters: Busting the Common Misconceptions of Bank Fees and the Account Analysis (I)

Session Description

Ever wonder what hidden mysteries are hiding in your Account Analysis statements?  Are there presumptions you have been making about the data, structure, and information included within them?


This session serves to provide corporates with the ability to learn more about and evaluate the more common myths and misconceptions of the Account Analysis statement and bank fees in general, allowing them to immediately apply an improved fees review process on behalf of their own companies.



Speaker Information

Dan Gill is Senior Director with Redbridge DTA. He has worked in corporate treasury for nineteen years focusing exclusively on helping corporations optimize their bank relationships and bank fees.  He is an industry expert in both domestic and international bank fee billing.  Dan is a specialist in bank relationship management software and practices.


Prior to joining Redbridge DTA, Dan managed the Weiland Corporate solutions group a leading provider of corporate bank fee and bank account management software which is now a part of Fiserv.


Dan is a regular speaker at industry events and has authored a number of articles relating to treasury operations, bank relationship management and bank account management.


Brice Victor is currently a Senior Treasury Analyst at Tronox Limited, a Stamford, CT based $2.2B publicly traded global leader in the mining, production and marketing of inorganic minerals and chemicals. He is responsible for the global treasury activities with a major focus on global cash, FX and bank fee analysis. The company has 20 locations worldwide including mineral sands mines and processing facilities in South Africa and Australia, TiO2 plants in USA, Australia, and the Netherlands and ore mines, soda ash manufacturing and processing facilities in USA. 


Brice received his Bachelor of Science in Finance from Scared Heart University in CT. He is a member of the Fairfield County Association for Financial Professionals (FC-AFP).