The Association for Financial Professionals will host a webinar next Thursday, August 11 (2-3pm EDT) entitled, "2022 AFP Liquidity Survey: Short-Term Investing in Turbulent Times," which will review AFP's 2022 Liquidity Survey and recent trends in cash investing. (The webinar is free for AFP members or $100 for non-members.) AFP's introduction explains, "Join this companion webinar to the 2022 AFP Liquidity Survey underwritten by Invesco, as we highlight key survey results and discuss the current investment climate. Panelists share their insights on possible money fund reform, rising interest rates, the war in Ukraine, low unemployment, and high inflation rates -- issues we haven't had to deal with in years. Due to prevailing economic uncertainty, investing operating cash in the near term has its challenges. We highlight what corporate practitioners are doing as well as provide market insight into where there is value and opportunity out on the yield curve." The webinar's objectives include: "Learn about investing short term cash in in this unique and unprecedented economic environment, and, Benchmark and determine best practices towards investing based on survey results and from the panelists." Speakers include: AFP's Tom Hunt, Invesco's Laurie Brignac, Gilbane Building Company's John Paris, Crane Data's Pete Crane and Workiva's Hui Chen. Also, please join us for our 8th Annual Crane's European Money Fund Symposium. The latest agenda is available and registrations are still being taken for this year's European event, which will take place Sept. 27-28 at the Renaissance Paris La Defense in Paris, France. Registration for our 2022 Crane's European Money Fund Symposium is $1,000 USD. Please make your hotel reservations soon! Rooms must be booked before August 5 to receive the discounted rate of E259. Visit to register, and contact us to request the PDF brochure. (Let us know too if you'd like information on speaking or sponsorship pricing.)

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