Alexander Hamilton Awards
Now in their 25th year, the Alexander Hamilton Awards from Treasury & Risk recognize companies taking big leaps forward in treasury, finance, and/or risk management through process innovations and technology implementations.
DEADLINE: August 28, 2020
If you are a corporate treasury, finance, and/or risk management professional who was involved in an innovative project that substantially improved the operations or strategic contribution of your function, enter the 2021 Alexander Hamilton Awards by completing the online submission form available here.
The submission form will ask for details on your project in these areas:
- Category entering (You will need to choose one from the list of seven project categories.)
- Challenges in your legacy environment (Why did your company decide to undertake this project?) max 500 words
- Your plan to solve these challenges (Include details about your needs assessment, involvement of other internal departments, key goals of the initiative, and project management approach.) max 500 words
- The solution implemented through this project (What new processes did you implement? What technologies are you using, and how do systems work together? What were the “people” considerations in your project? Be sure to describe any characteristics of your project that are unusual, that make the project leading-edge, and/or that give your company a competitive advantage.) max 800 words
- Benefits the project has achieved (Include details, quantify benefits when possible, and describe how the project achieved them.) max 500 words
- 1 to 3 primary reasons why the project was successful max 100 words per reason
- Why the project deserves an Alexander Hamilton Award (What is innovative/unusual about it?) max 100 words
- The Alexander Hamilton Awards are designed to honor the corporate treasury, finance, and/or risk management staff who completed an innovative project, rather than any consulting firm, bank, or vendor that may have helped make the project successful.
- Implementation of a third-party software tool that is being used exactly as it was designed to be used will generally not provide the level of creative thought leadership required to receive an Alexander Hamilton Award, although process changes that accompany a software deployment may make such an entry more viable.
If you have any questions or would like a PDF of the online submission form for purposes of streamlining the submission process, please contact Meg Waters, editor in chief of Treasury & Risk, at [email protected] or 720-895-3967.