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  • Regina Ochev
    Regina Ochev Prologis
    VP, Assistant Treasurer

    Regina Ochev is a Vice President and Assistant Treasurer at Prologis where she oversees the management of company’s banking and rating agency relationships, foreign exchange strategy, liquidity planning, global cash operations and investments. Regina has spent eleven years at Prologis driving and transforming Treasury department as the company quadrupled its balance sheet, entered new markets and increased assets under management more than ten-fold. She has participated in numerous banking and industry conferences including AFP and EuroFinance. Prior to joining Prologis, Regina spent eight years in a variety of corporate treasury and risk management roles at International Paper Company, Hewlett Packard and Charles Schwab. Regina holds an MBA from New York University Stern School of Business and a bachelor’s degree in Finance and Accounting from University of San Francisco. She is a California CPA.

  • Jim Scurlock
    Jim Scurlock Microsoft
    Head of Cash Management

    Jim Scurlock has led the Global Cash management & Treasury Integration practice at Microsoft for over 12 years. He is responsible for managing the Treasury, bank planning, intercompany lending, funding, repatriation, and in-house banking for more than 500 subsidiaries in 118 countries. Jim has over 17 years of cash management across the globe.

  • Zac Nesper
    Zac Nesper HP Inc.
    SVP & Treasurer

    Zac Nesper is SVP & Global Head of Treasury for HP Inc. In this role he is responsible for FX, Capital Markets, Global Treasury Consulting Services, Pension, Investments, Enterprise Risk Management, Insurance, and Credit & Collections. He also serves as chair of HP’s Investment Review Committee (IRC) which oversees pension and 401(k) assets and is a member of HP’s M&A risk committee. Previously, he was VP & Assistant Treasurer for HP Inc. responsible for all core Treasury functions. Prior to HP, Zac also spent several years at ConAgra Foods where he led the company’s strategic planning processes as well as holding various roles in sales finance and accounting. Zac is a board member of Keyara’s Gift, a Liberian centric charity focused on educating and providing food and medical care through a network of in country staff. Zac is based in Palo Alto and holds a B.A. from Northwestern College in Economics and Finance and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Zac has twice completed Ironman Triathlons, doing the second after telling his wife at the finish line of the first, “don’t ever let me do that again, it’s dangerous.”

  • Chris Ginieczki
    Chris Ginieczki NVIDIA
    CFA, VP & Treasurer

    Chris is currently the Treasurer at NVIDIA. Prior to joining NVIDIA, Chris worked as a senior treasury leader at McKesson and Visa. Before his roles in corporate treasury, Chris was a capital markets and structured finance professional for over ten years at Banc of America Securities and Providian. He holds a Bachelor of Science from Bucknell University as well as the CFA designation.

  • David Watt
    David Watt Sonder Inc.
    Head of Treasury

    David joined Sonder to found their Treasury department at the start of 2019. Prior to that he spent 4+ years helping Uber expand to nearly 80 countries leading a team that grew to 30 people across 3 locations in the San Francisco, Amsterdam, and Singapore. In addition to the two recent roles with start ups David worked in several public companies such as URS, eBay, and World savings. Before getting into Treasury David worked in Accounting and earned a CPA license in California.

  • Amy Goldstein
    Amy Goldstein BNP Paribas
    Managing Director, Trade & Treasury Solutions

    Amy joined BNP Paribas in 2015 as sales manager for international cash and liquidity management responsible for US-based large corporates. Before joining BNP Paribas, Amy held management roles in liquidity and global cash management at Wells Fargo, JP Morgan Chase and ABN AMRO/RBS, including running Global Transaction Services for ABN AMRO in Romania. Amy holds a Bachelor’s degree from Purdue University in West Lafayette Indiana.

  • Asif Chaudhury
    Asif Chaudhury EuroFinance
  • Bruce Edlund
    Bruce Edlund Citrix Systems, Inc.
    Senior Director, Assistant Treasurer

    Bruce Edlund is Senior Director, Assistant Treasurer at Citrix Systems, Inc. based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Mr. Edlund manages a global team of four who are responsible for cash and liquidity management, investments, cash flow and balance sheet hedging, bank relationships and stock buyback. Mr. Edlund has over 14 years of treasury experience as Assistant Treasurer at DIRECTV Latin America, Senior Corporate Treasury Manager at Citrix, Director of Global Cash Management at Walmart Stores, Inc. and returning to Citrix in 2014. His experience in very different-sized companies in different industries has given Mr. Edlund a wealth of experience into different ways of tackling treasury’s challenges. Prior to corporate treasury, Mr. Edlund worked for five years in investment banking in Latin America, primarily at Bank of America. Mr. Edlund has a MBA from Thunderbird School of Global Management where he maintains ties and has been a regular guest judge for their FORAD finance competition. He also has B.A. degrees in Economics and French from California State University, Sacramento. After studying, living and/or working in France, Switzerland, Belgium, Spain and South America, Mr. Edlund speaks French and Spanish. With his work in Latin America along with living in South Florida for 13 years, he is conversant in Spanish.

  • Bruno Mellado
    Bruno Mellado BNP Paribas
    Head of Payments & Collections – Cash Management Competence Centre

    Bruno Mellado is the Global Head Payments and Receivables at BNP Paribas. He has held several senior positions within BNP Paribas since joining the bank more than a decade ago. Prior to that, Bruno served as Project Management Consultant at the Canadian Border Services Agency and as Business Consultant at American Management Systems. He holds an MBA in Finance from Solvay Business School, Belgium and a BCOMM in Business Administration and Marketing from Queen’s University, Canada.

  • Carl Slabicki
    Carl Slabicki BNY Mellon
    Managing Director, Treasury Services

    Carl Slabicki is the Head of Strategic Payment Solutions for BNY Mellon’s Treasury Services. In his current role, Carl is responsible for our Payables and Receivables product group that delivers specialized solutions to optimize payment flows for our multi-segment corporate client base, our bank clients in a private label capacity and our strategy to selectively partner with FinTechs to enhance and scale our services across the market. This product group focuses on providing holistic payment services to support the full spectrum of payables and receivables while optimizing our client’s payment flows and services by leveraging new networks and capabilities such as Real-Time Payments (RTP®), Tokenized Payments® now available with Zelle®, ACH, Check Processing and Specialized Industry Solutions. Mr. Slabicki serves on the Board of Directors for the U.S. Faster Payments Council as well as the Board of Directors for Nacha. He is the Chair of Early Warning Services’ Wholesale Payments Advisory Committee and the Vice Chair of The Clearing House’s Real-Time Payments Business Committee, and he is a member of the ABA Payment Systems Administrative Committee. Prior to joining BNY Mellon in 2014, Mr. Slabicki was the Treasurer for the Wurth Group of North America Inc. which is the regional in-house bank, holding company and shared service center for the Wurth Group. Mr. Slabicki graduated from Muhlenberg College with bachelor degrees in Economics and in Business Administration and is a graduate of SIFMA’s Securities Industry Institute at Wharton. He is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP) and an Accredited ACH Professional (AAP).

  • Carlos Vega
    Carlos Vega Tesorio

    Carlos is Co-Founder and CEO at Tesorio, the world’s first cash flow performance platform. Tesorio empowers CFOs and finance teams to boost profits and cash flow performance by using artificial intelligence to better manage, predict, and collect cash. Previously, he spent a decade working in finance in various roles. His experience includes investment banking with Lazard in Latin America, co-founding a factoring company, and working for the CFO of GM's pension fund. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with an MBA from the Wharton School and a BA in Economics from the College of Arts & Sciences.

  • Catherine Portman
    Catherine Portman Palo Alto Networks
    VP, Treasurer

    Catherine Portman joined Palo Alto Networks in October 2019. In her role as Vice President and Corporate Treasurer she is responsible for leading the global treasury organization across critical functions, including Cash & Investments, Capital Markets, Global Banking, Risk & Insurance. Prior to Palo Alto Networks, Ms. Portman spent over 18 years at Juniper Networks, and has worked at several high-tech companies in Silicon Valley throughout her career. She has an undergraduate degree in Accounting from San Jose State University and an MBA from Santa Clara University.

  • Christian Bauwens
    Christian Bauwens Flex
    SVP & Treasurer, Head of GBS Finance

    Christian Bauwens joined Flex in May 2012 as Corporate Treasurer. In this role, he is responsible for Corporate Finance, FX, Risk Management, Credit and Global Cash Management. In addition to his Treasurer role, Mr. Bauwens is also responsible for the shared services activities for the global Finance function (GBS), as well as for the procurement finance function. Prior to Joining Flex, Mr. Bauwens served as the Chief Financial Officer of Estrella International Energy Services. Earlier in his career, he worked at General Motors for about 15 years in senior Treasury roles in Asia, Europe and New York, as well as regional CFO in South America. He subsequently joined Nissan where he served as Treasurer for Nissan Motor North America and Nissan Motor Acceptance Corp. Mr. Bauwens holds a Bachelor Degree in Economics, a Degree in Political Science & International Relations and a Master of Arts in Economics and Finance, all from the Universite Catholique de Louvain, Belgium.

  • Christine Moy
    Christine Moy Onyx by J.P. Morgan
    Global Head, The Liink Network & Blockchain

    Christine leads Liink by J.P. Morgan, a new ecosystem and network that enables collaboration, easy and direct access to value-added applications, and commercialization opportunities for financial institutions, corporates and fintechs. Additionally she oversees J.P. Morgan’s global Blockchain team, tasked with setting a comprehensive blockchain strategy for the firm and its various lines of business, designing and driving the development of cutting edge technology products, collaborating with the blockchain and crypto ecosystem, and guiding clients on the journey. Since joining J.P. Morgan more than 17 years ago, she has emerged as a highly trusted and respected leader – delivering results across the firm by cultivating strong relationships with clients, structuring new and innovative solutions, as well as designing and delivering enterprise-grade technology at scale through a variety of roles in Investment Banking, Markets, Asset Management and Technology. As one of the founding members of J.P. Morgan’s blockchain program, Christine created and drove its key initiatives in digital assets, tokenized payments, internet-of-things and digital identity. She is a graduate of Brown University. Christine was recently named in Fortune’s The Ledger 40 Under 40 list of “the most impressive, young superstars transforming business at the leading edge of finance and technology.”

  • Claire Thompson
    Claire Thompson Mastercard
    Executive Vice President, Global Trade, Enterprise Partnerships

    Claire is responsible for leading Global Trade in the Enterprise Partnership group at Mastercard. Our Partners include Trade Financial Institutions, Freight & Logistic operators, Networks and Solution providers. Collectively, they seek to facilitate cross border trade by digitizing the flows and enabling access to financing in a more inclusive manner. Claire has over 20 years of financial services experience, a significant part of her career has been working within Transaction Banking, based across Europe and Asia. Prior to joining Mastercard, Claire held senior roles at Standard Chartered Bank, RBS and ABN AMRO. Claire is passionate about building diverse and inclusive teams and believes that this is one of the key ingredients to achieving business success. She is a qualified accountant and has a Bachelor of Science in Business Studies. Claire is also the executive sponsor for Mastercard’s Women’s Leadership Network in London, through which many gender balance initiatives are executed to our employees, markets and society. She is particularly passionate about working with partners of Mastercard on inclusion initiatives.

  • Daniel Blumen
    Daniel Blumen
    US based Treasury Consultant

  • Daniel Franklin
    Daniel Franklin The Economist
    Executive and Diplomatic Editor

    In 2018 Daniel Franklin was appointed to executive and diplomatic editor. Daniel initially held the role of Executive Editor of The Economist from 2006 and Editor since 2003 of The Economist‘s annual publication, “The World in…”; which focuses on the year ahead. Daniel published Megatech: Technology in 2050 in 2017 and his book on long-term trends, “Megachange: The World in 2050”, was published in 2012. Mr Franklin joined The Economist in 1983 to write about Soviet and East European affairs. As the newspaper’s Europe Editor from 1986 to 1992 he covered the great European upheavals, from the collapse of communism to the signing of the Maastricht treaty. After a stint as Britain Editor he moved to the United States as Washington Bureau Chief, covering the first Clinton term. In 1997 he moved back to London as Editorial Director of the Economist Intelligence Unit. From 2006 to 2010 he was Editor-in-Chief of Economist.com. For the following four years he was Business Affairs Editor, running the paper’s coverage of business, finance, science and technology. He also helps with new initiatives undertaken by The Economist Group. His special report on corporate social responsibility, “Just good business”, was published in 2008.

  • Debbie Kaya
    Debbie Kaya Cisco Systems, Inc.
    Senior Director of Treasury

    Debbie is the Global Cash and Operations Director for Cisco Systems, Inc. based in San Jose, California. She is responsible for the Global Cash Management, as well as the investment and defined contribution (401k) operations. Debbie joined Cisco in 1999 and has held various roles throughout Cisco’s Finance Organization. She has worked in Sales Finance FP&A, Supply Chain Finance, and Treasury. In addition to working at Corporate Head Quarters in San Jose, Debbie worked within the Investment Operations team in Reno, Nevada and was the EMEA Cash Manager and acting APAC Cash Manager based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. She has worked 20 plus years in the technology industry. Debbie holds a Bachelor of Science from The University of California, Los Angeles and a Masters in Business Administration from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University.

  • Doug Tropp
    Doug Tropp Booking Holdings Inc.
    SVP & Treasurer

    Doug attended Syracuse University and graduated with a B.S. in Finance with a minor in Economics. He spent 8-years at the Fuji Bank Ltd. In NYC as a money markets trader. He attended Fordham University graduating with an MBA in Finance & Accounting. Doug joined the Hertz Corporation in 1998 as Manager, Corporate Finance. In 2000, Doug joined IBM treasury. Doug spent seven years with IBM and held roles in capital markets, risk management & foreign exchange. While with IBM, Doug spent two years in Dublin Ireland on an international assignment in the role of Chief Dealer of IBM’s In-house Bank. In 2007, he joined GE Corporate Treasury as a Managing Director. Doug held various roles over his 7-year career at GE Capital. In 2014, Doug joined Booking Holdings as VP, Treasurer. Doug oversees funding, investments, cash management, insurance, risk management, share repurchase and bank relations. Doug was promoted to SVP in February 2020 and is a member of the senior leadership team. Booking Holdings brands include; Booking.com, priceline.com, KAYAK, Agoda.com, rentalcars.com and Open Table.

  • Filipe Mossmann
    Filipe Mossmann Standard Chartered
    Head of Trade Sales, Americas

    Filipe Mossmann is the Head of Trade Finance Sales for the Americas, at Standard Chartered Bank, based in NY. Filipe has international experience in trade/structured trade finance, corporate finance and foreign exchange, having worked in Brazil, Spain and US over the past 20 years – from 2000 to 2010 at Banco Santander and since 2010 at Standard Chartered Bank. Always in client facing roles, he has covered large multinational conglomerates both domestically and abroad transacting in Latin America, North America and Europe, often related to their trade flows to and from Africa, Asia and the Middle East. He is fluent in Portuguese (native), Spanish and English. In 2020, he was appointed as a member to the U.S. Department of Commerce Trade Finance Advisory Council (“TFAC”), which role is to provide advice and counsel on issues and concerns that affect trade finance in the United States to the U.S. Secretary of Commerce.

  • Greg Bloh
    Greg Bloh Transcard
    Chief Executive Officer

    Greg Bloh serves as CEO of Transcard, bringing 28 years of management, consulting and investment expertise to continually drive Transcard forward across the ever-changing financial landscape. A recognized business leader and financial technology entrepreneur, he previously served as CEO at Secure Cash Network, a pioneer in prepaid card technology and international money remittance. Additionally, Greg spearheaded a team as founding partner of TechQuest Capital Partners, a venture capital firm specializing in early-stage technology start-ups. With $60 million in its first fund, the firm was ultimately acquired, and Greg utilized his expertise and leadership in an advisory capacity to smooth the transition. Throughout the 1990s, he served in various capacities as a business and management consultant, including as an experience manager at Accenture, working with Fortune 100 brands such as Shell, Exxon Mobil, Halliburton, Lloyds of London and Bank of America.

  • Haomiao Zhang
    Haomiao Zhang PayPal
    Assistant Treasurer

    Haomiao joined PayPal’s Treasury team in December 2017. As the Assistant Treasurer – Global Cash Management, Haomiao oversees the daily management of ~$45B of Corporate and Customer Funds, ensuring global operational liquidity and regulatory compliance. Haomiao also works closely with Treasury and cross functional counterparts to define strategy that optimizes cash, foreign exchange and regulated processes in support of our global customers and product expansion, as well as integrating acquisitions into the Treasury shared services model and driving Transformation opportunities. Haomiao joined PayPal in June 2016 as the Treasury Controller and took on the expanded role of Assistant Controller with responsibilities overlooking the Accounting Shared Services, Consolidation teams and the design of a Finance Transformation roadmap to drive operational efficiency and effectiveness. Prior to joining PayPal, Haomiao held various Controllership and Finance leadership roles at GE Capital based in Connecticut. Haomiao is a graduate of GE’s Financial Management Program and Corporate Audit Staff. Haomiao is a Certified Public Accountant and earned a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance and Accounting from Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Haomiao and her husband, Niklas, live in Westport, Connecticut with their son, Alex, and fur baby (dog), Vesper. In her spare time, Haomiao enjoys reading, cooking, watching movies with her family, skiing and golf.

  • Henry Curr
    Henry Curr The Economist
    Economics Editor

    As Economics Editor Henry Curr is The Economist’s principal leader-writer on economics and oversees economics coverage throughout the newspaper. He has written or co-written cover stories on fiscal and monetary policy, labour markets, trade, central banks, competition policy, the future of the business cycle, globalisation, taxation, trade, housing markets, inequality, public debt, “millennial socialism” and the COVID-19 pandemic. He also regularly appears on television, radio and podcasts. Henry joined the newspaper in 2014 as Britain economics correspondent before moving to Washington, DC in 2015 to cover the United States. In 2018 at the age of 28, Henry became the youngest Economics Editor in the history of The Economist. In 2019 Henry’s work on inequality was shortlisted for the Society of Professional Economists’ Rybczynski Prize for economics writing and he was highly commended in the “Journalism of the Year” category at the Wincott Awards for business, economic and financial journalism. Before joining The Economist Henry worked for a consulting firm. He has an M.Phil with Distinction in economics and a B.A in PPE from the University of Oxford, where he was the John Hicks Foundation prize winner.

  • Jack Bryan
    Jack Bryan Payoneer
  • Jeff Horowitz
    Jeff Horowitz BNY Mellon
    MD, Treasury Services

    Jeffrey Horowitz is Managing Director and Market Head for Relationship Management, Corporate, Technology & Government Segments within BNY Mellon’s Treasury Services business. His group focuses on providing global payments, foreign exchange, liquidity management, trade and treasury management solutions for multinational corporations, U.S. government entities, technology companies, real estate & mortgage companies and Not-for-profit organizations. In this role, Jeff is a member of BNY Mellon Treasury Services’ Global Relationship Management and Business Development Leadership team. With a career spanning over 30 years, Jeff has also held positions with ABN AMRO Bank in the U.S. and Europe, Dreyfus Corporation, Standard Chartered Bank, the Walt Disney Company and Treasury Sources, a start-up FinTech company. He has served as a board member for BNY Mellon Trust Company, an adjunct staff member for the Institute for Shipboard Educations’ Semester at Sea Program and an adjunct faculty member at the New York Institute of Technology. Jeff is currently a member of the BNY Mellon Credit Portfolio Management committee. He is a frequent speaker at industry events on topics that range from payments and working capital management to treasury strategies, credit and liquidity. He co-authored a BNY Mellon paper in 2018 titled “The Future of Payments”. Jeff earned his Bachelor’s degree in education at the State University of New York, College at Cortland and his Master’s degree in business from Adelphi University.

  • Marguerite Versacci
    Marguerite Versacci Tronox
    Assistant Treasurer

    Marguerite Versacci has been working in the treasury field for over 15 years and has broad experience in Treasury Operations. She is currently the Assistant Treasurer at Tronox, a vertically integrated producer of titanium dioxide and inorganic chemicals. The company mines and processes titanium ore, zircon and other minerals, and manufactures titanium dioxide pigments that add brightness and durability to paints, plastics, paper, and other everyday products. The company has operations in the United States, Australia, Europe, South Africa, Saudi Arabia, Brazil and China. She is accountable for treasury operations, including treasury policy, governance, controls and includes cash management, cash flow monitoring, managing bank relationships and accounts, electronic banking and ERP integration. Marguerite received her Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from Salve Regina University in Rhode Island and her Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Pace University in New York. She serves on the Board of Directors as the Vice President of the Treasury Management Association of New York CT chapter (TMANY) and is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP).

  • Matthew Esteve
    Matthew Esteve Stripe

    Matt Esteve has been active in the FX industry for more than 15 years, having worked in trading, advisory, market analytics and product development at leading global banks. He joined Stripe in 2019 to help build out the company's FX funding and risk management programs as a core function of a growing and increasingly global Treasury team. With Stripe's customer base spanning the globe, he has focused on automated FX solutions, leveraging bank partnerships and technology alike to manage global currency exposure and address.

  • Michael Oskar Kleinsteuber
    Michael Oskar Kleinsteuber Standard Chartered
    Executive Director Digital Solutions

    Mike is passionate about bringing novel and transformative channel-led digital banking solutions to clients across all industries. Currently the Europe Americas Digital Client Solutions lead for Standard Chartered Bank, Mike has worked for 20 years at the intersection of payments, channels, foreign exchange and technology. Mike and his team work to bring holistic digital solutions to Standard Chartered’s clients, bringing capabilities and data from across the corporate and institutional bank into service for client’s business flows and processes. Mike holds a Bachelor of Letters from Wesleyan University, and an Masters in Business Administration from the Cornell SC Johnson School of Business. Mike lives in Brooklyn, NY with his wife, daughters and dogs.

  • Nichole Krause
    Nichole Krause Facebook
    Director, Treasury Operations, NORAM & LATAM

    Nichole Krause, Director, Treasury Operations, CTP has over twenty years of strategic treasury, finance, and accounting experience. She is currently at Facebook as Director of Treasury Operations for North America and Latin America. Prior to that she spent five years at Zendesk as Treasurer building out the global treasury function for the company covering cash management, investments, foreign currency hedging, and risk management. Earlier in her career Nichole was a consultant at Hedge Trackers advising clients on all matters of foreign currency risk in relation to ASC 815 (FAS 133) and ASC 830 (FAS 52). Prior to Hedge Trackers she was Assistant Treasurer at Macromedia. Nichole has an MBA from Santa Clara University and a B.S. in Accounting from the University of Arizona. She is a Certified Treasury Professional (CTP).

  • Odette Marie Go
    Odette Marie Go Lam Research
    Vice President & Treasurer

    Odette M. Go is currently the treasurer of Lam Research Corporation. Prior to joining the company in 2011, Ms. Go served as a Treasury consultant for Onyx Pharmaceuticals building out their treasury function. From 1998, she was at Genentech’s Treasury Department where she held several senior Treasury positions including Treasurer from 2007 onwards. Prior to Genentech, Ms. Go worked at the World Bank’s Economic Development Institute and Citibank’s Private Banking Group. She earned a master’s degree in business administration in finance from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science from Stanford University. Odette is a Chartered Financial Analyst. She was also named one of Treasury and Risk Management magazine’s 40 Under 40 in 2003.

  • Paul Smithwood
    Paul Smithwood Bank of America
    Director, GTS Data & AI

    Paul Smithwood is Director and Lead for Client Facing Solutions within the Data & AI organization for Global Transaction Services. In this role, he is responsible for creating new analytic tools for commercial and corporate banking clients. Prior to joining Banking of America Merrill Lynch, Paul oversaw corporate treasury operations and liquidity management at Bain Capital, a global private equity firm, at the firm's headquarters in Boston. As a former client of BAML, Paul applies his client-side perspective to the analytics he creates for current BAML clients. Prior to Bain, Paul worked within the structured finance division of State Street Corporation. Paul is a CFA charterholder, and holds a BS degree in Economics and Finance from Bentley University.

  • Rachel Morgan
    Rachel Morgan Facebook
    Director, Treasury Operations, EMEA and APAC

    Rachel Morgan joined Facebook in January 2020. In her role as Director, Treasury (EMEA and APAC) she is responsible for leading the treasury operations teams in Ireland and Singapore. She is responsible for all critical aspects and is currently focused on building an optimized global liquidity strategy. Prior to joining Facebook, Rachel worked at Symantec where she was Assistant Treasurer and was responsible for multiple M&A integrations as well as two large divestitures. She also implemented a large scale in-house bank across EMEA and APAC.

  • Raymond Nazloomian
    Raymond Nazloomian J.P. Morgan
    Innovation & FinTech Partnerships, Wholesale Payments

    Ray Nazloomian is an Executive Director within J.P. Morgan’s Wholesale Payments Innovation team where he leads the bank’s charge to reimagine, recreate, and disrupt treasury services and wholesale payments. Prior to J.P. Morgan, he was Senior Vice President of Global Digital Strategy at Citi where he was responsible for guiding Citi’s digital transformation into a leading digital bank and helped Citi win Euromoney’s ‘World’s Best Digital Bank’ award in 2017. Prior to Citi, Ray was an Innovation Consultant at PwC. He has also founded a couple of disruptive digital startups and is a startup mentor / advisor at a number of incubators & accelerators. Ray has a Bachelor of Accounting from the University of Technology Sydney, has completed the CFA Program, courses on innovation and design thinking at Harvard and IDEO, and has spoken about the future of finance in numerous forums & publications.

  • Robert Novaria
    Robert Novaria Treasury Alliance Group
    EuroFinance Tutor & Partner

    Bob has more than 30 years of corporate treasury experience in the roles of treasurer, credit director, finance manager and controller at BP America and Amoco Corporation. He has successfully managed post-acquisition integrations, technology upgrades and corporate restructurings. Currently, Bob is a partner with the Treasury Alliance Group, leveraging his corporate experience in client engagements dealing with global treasury, risk and crisis management; cash management and cash flow forecasting; working capital management; shared service operations and general management. He also shares his experiences by tutoring others in courses such as international cash and treasury management, corporate risk management and cash flow forecasting, as well as by chairing, moderating and speaking at treasury conferences worldwide.

  • Sabrina Wong
    Sabrina Wong Veeva Systems Inc.

    Veeva Systems Inc is a cloud-computing company focused on pharmaceutical and life sciences industry applications. Prior to joining Veeva in 2018, Sabrina was Head of Treasury UK for WillisTowersWatson for 2 years and was also at Intel Treasury for 9+ years in the US and UK. She attended UCLA (Chemical Engineering) and USC (MBA).

  • Shelly Valdez
    Shelly Valdez Microsoft
    Senior Treasury Manager

    Shelly Valdez is a Sr. Treasury Manager with 6+ years’ experience working with the Microsoft Global Cash Management Team. She’s responsible for the treasury integration and ongoing support of Microsoft’s 200+ mergers and acquisitions, including systems integration, bank account rationalization, liquidity management, and intercompany lending compliance.

  • Thomas Grant
    Thomas Grant Oracle
    Senior Director, International Treasury

    Tom Grant joined Oracle in 2005. He is currently responsible for International Treasury that encompasses FX and foreign cash planning. Additionally, he is working on special projects and initiatives focused on treasury transformation at Oracle. Tom has over 18 years of experience in the Treasury field with various roles in M&A, cash management, FX, and investments.

  • Vanessa Lin
    Vanessa Lin BNY Mellon
    MD, Head of Relationship Management for North American Banks, Treasury Services

    Vanessa Lin is the Regional Head of Relationship Management and Business Development for North American Banks. She is responsible for growing and managing the segment, architecting and driving go-to-market strategies, and solutioning to meet the Payments, Receivables, Liquidity and Trade needs of clients. With more than 20 years of transaction banking experience, Vanessa worked for several global banks prior to joining BNY Mellon. Most recently, Vanessa worked for JP Morgan where she was the Product Head for Global Clearing responsible for several product lines. Her main focus was setting and driving the overall product strategy, leading a team of product managers to develop best-in-class solutions, and improving the overall business risk framework. Prior to JP Morgan, she was with HSBC for over 5 years managing the Payments, Receivables and Commercial Cards businesses for the North America region. Vanessa started her career at Citi where she spent 13 years in progressively senior roles ranging from Sales & Account Management to Strategy & Planning to Product Management. Her last role at Citi was Global Head of USD Clearing & CLS Services. Vanessa is also active in the industry. She represented Citi, HSBC, and JP Morgan on various industry committees, including the CHIPS Business Committee, Fed Wholesale Payment Advisory board, SWIFT, and Fed Payment Risk Committee Workgroups, etc. Vanessa holds an MBA from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland. She currently resides in NJ with her husband, two children and their pets.