BETHESDA, Md., March 6 /CNW/ -- The Association for Financial
Professionals of Canada (AFPC) is pleased to announce that AFPC Vice-Chair
Anne Marie Gill has been appointed to serve on the Stakeholder Advisory
Council of the Canadian Payments Association. The Canadian Payments
Association operates national clearing and settlement systems that facilitate
the flow of funds between institutions and mitigate risk to payment system
Ms.Gill, the Treasury Manager for Jacques Whitford, Ltd., has been
actively involved with AFPC since its founding and serves as AFPC's
vice-chairman through 2008.
Ms. Gill looks forward to her new role as AFPC's representative on the
Canadian Payments Association's Stakeholder Advisory Council. She will serve
on the Council through March 31, 2010.
The Association for Financial Professionals of Canada (AFPC) is the
preferred global resource and advocate for financial professionals in Canada.
Members have access to a wide range of products and services, including a
comprehensive web site, professional development and education, discussion
lists, networking events and Online Headlines, an exclusive weekly electronic
newsletter. AFPC sponsors the Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) with
Mastery of Canadian Treasury Management credential. AFP of Canada is
affiliated with the Society of Canadian Treasurers (SCT), an organization
comprised of treasurers from Canada's largest corporations.
AFP of Canada was formed with the support of the Association for
Financial Professionals (AFP), a global organization serving more than 16,000
corporate treasury and financial professionals worldwide. AFPC members have
access to the full range of products and services offered by AFP.
For further information:
For further information: Billy Treger of the Association for Financial
Professionals, +1-301-961-8869; Web Site: http://www.AFPonline.org