The NeuGroup Network - Exceptional Membership

The NeuGroup Network - Exceptional Membership

The value of the NeuGroup experience is defined by the caliber of its peers. The NeuGroup Network is comprised of treasury professionals from a wide swath of the Global 2000, Fortune 500 and 30 of 50 of the top cash-rich companies in the US. Since the NeuGroup Network is recognized by select treasury and finance professionals as the leading knowledge exchange platform in corporate treasury, those participating show their desire to be at the forefront of their profession and their ability to interact successfully with their profession’s best practice leaders.

To facilitate a truly peer-to-peer experience, membership in the NeuGroup Network is limited to senior financial and treasury practitioners. The goal is not to fill a convention center, but to foster close-knit, productive groups, where members drive the agenda and can delve deeper into discussions.

Membership is defined by the group. Each group has a demographic defined by the NeuGroup with input from its members. Members help us to identify prospective members and the types of companies they would like to see added to their groups. Practitioners who meet this profile can inquire about eligibility, or they may be referred by an existing group member to receive an invitation to join.

Membership is by invitation only. Members control who joins to assure that each group is truly a network of peers. Once existing members approve a prospective member, a NeuGroup leader will initiate a member profile interview and quickly incorporate the new member into the meeting research process and online community.

Membership requires a willingness to share. Members measure, compare and improve their finance and treasury management based on direct input from their fellow practitioners. Everyone must be willing to share in order for all to benefit from peer knowledge exchange. To encourage sharing, members must agree to group guidelines regarding confidentiality. To start the sharing process, prospective members are asked to provide a brief profile on their organization, areas of responsibility, direct reports and current or recently-completed projects - along with a brief bio.

Membership requires active engagement and meeting attendance. A NeuGroup is structured to maximize the value of time invested, but members benefit more from active engagement. Meetings are central to enabling members to exchange knowledge on best practices, determine how best to tackle current challenges and network with their like-minded peers. Regular meeting attendance and active engagement between meetings is expected.

Fees: To cover research, organization and facilitation, the NeuGroup charges an annual membership fee, and meeting sponsors are selected with member input to help underwrite the cost of facilitation.

Indicative List of Peer Group Member Companies
  • Ford
  • Nike
  • Archer Daniels Midland
  • Gap
  • Nokia
  • Ahold
  • General Electric
  • Oracle
  • General Mills
  • PepsiCo
  • Apple
  • Google
  • Procter & Gamble
  • Hasbro
  • Caterpillar
  • HP
  • Cargill
  • Coca-Cola
  • Intel
  • Staples
  • Dell
  • Johnson & Johnson
  • Starbucks
  • DuPont
  • Kimberly-Clark
  • Eli Lilly
  • Koch Industries
  • UnitedHealth Group
  • FedEx
  • Marathon Oil
  • UPS
  • Merck
  • Walmart
  • Microsoft
  • Walt Disney
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