April 6, 2005 - Bala Cynwyd, PA - FXpress Corporation, a leading provider of treasury risk management software, today announced that the annual FXpress User Group Conference will be held on June 6 at The Drake Hotel, 440 Park Avenue, in New York, N.Y. This year's conference, which marks the tenth anniversary of the event, will be sponsored for the second year in a row by Standard Chartered Bank, a leading international bank that serves both consumer and wholesale customers.
The FXpress User Group Conference will bring together about 70 treasury professionals from corporations using various FXpress solutions, including the web-based FIRSTâ¢ Treasury Workstation and the desktop FXpressâ¢ system, to manage all types of treasury risk. Users will enjoy presentations from leading treasury analysts representing consulting groups such as Ernst & Young and the Financial Executive Consulting Group; FXpress strategic partners such as FXall; and fellow FXpress product users.
"The FXpress User Group Conference is a valuable two-day experience for treasury professionals to gain insight into how other multinational corporations are using products from FXpress," said Ingersoll Rand Corporation Foreign Exchange Manager Lisa Lange, a longtime FXpress user and former conference chairperson. "It also provides an open forum for users to express functionality suggestions directly to the FXpress management team."
"We are proud to be associated with FXpress, and to be part of this exciting conference," said Standard Chartered Bank's Regional Head of Global Markets, M.A. Ravi Kumar, who is based in their New York office.
"As the FXpress user community celebrates a decade of meeting to exchange experiences and suggestions, it is important to recognize the contribution our users have made to creating the advanced solutions that we offer today," said FXpress Director of Business Development James Gilbert. "Along with our generous sponsor, Standard Chartered Bank, we welcome new and long-time clients alike to share their experiences and continue to shape the future functionality of our product offerings."