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Jim is responsible for Honeywell’s treasury activities at its corporate headquarters in NJ. Jim and his team have received numerous awards for best practices including Treasury and Risk magazine’s Alexander Hamilton award for overall treasury excellence for two consecutive years and Treasury Today magazine’s Adam Smith award for overall treasury excellence. Mr. Colby attended Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada where he graduated with a B.Sc. in Biology and a Masters Degree in Business Administration.
Eugenia Solache is the Director of International Treasury at CBS Corp and has been in this role since 2014. Her role includes financial analysis, cash management and forecasting from an international perspective. Prior to joining CBS, Eugenia worked for Avon, YMCA, Harman International and Danone all in a treasury function.
David Miller is Treasurer and Senior Vice President of Hunt Companies. He is responsible for managing the day-to-day treasury operations, analyzing and implementing new cash management products, managing the short term investment portfolio, and overseeing debt transactions.
David joined Hunt Companies in 2013, through the acquisition of Centerline Holding, and previously held executive treasury roles at National Financial Partners (NFP), UBS Financial Services, and Datek Online Financial Services.
An expert in the field of treasury and cash management services, David is a frequent panelist and guest speaker at industry conferences.
Paul Hayes joined Alcoa in June 2004 and the following month was elected an Assistant Treasurer of Alcoa. He currently manages activities in international Treasury, corporate finance, and capital markets and is based in New York City. Before joining Alcoa, Mr. Hayes was director of International Treasury for Lucent Technologies in New Jersey. He has held a wide range of treasury positions at both Lucent and AT&T before coming to Alcoa, including director of Capital Markets, director of Corporate Finance, as well as Lucent Regional Treasurer for Europe, Middle East and Africa, based out of the Netherlands.
Paul has a bachelor’s degree from Wheaton College, Illinois, and an MBA in analytical finance and accounting from the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.
Pedro Guazo has 20 years of experience in the field of financial management from policy, regulation and operation in banking to global humanitarian and development institutions. In his position as Finance Director of the United Nations, with operations in the whole world and annual revenue of US$15 billion, he influences the investment of US$50 billion.
The topics were on point and all speakers, in my opinion, were knowledgeable and had valuable information to share…I also really enjoyed the roundtable sessions on Day One.Margaret Green, Director – Treasury, The Madison Square Garden Company
Conference was very well done and enjoyed the speakers, panel discussions and the roundtable.Clarine Usher, VP – Finance, Tower Group
[The] speakers and sessions were generally well done, timely content and good venue.Jerry Klein, Managing Director, Treasury Partners
I really enjoyed this week’s conference and thought it was one of the better events that I have attended. The topics and content were relevant, the presenters were knowledgeable and the networking opportunities were fantastic. Congratulations on a job well done!Michael Mroz, Former Treasurer, BP Americas
It was a pleasure to participate in [Fintech Connect’s] Cash and Liquidity USA blockchain panel. They did a terrific job of organizing a relevant introduction to blockchain’s impact on corporate treasury users as new technology rolls out.Zaki Manian, Founder, Skuchain
The Cash & Liquidity conference was very informative and timely given fintech’s growing importance in corporate finance. The sessions were good with well-informed speakers and lots of good questions from conference participants.Ted Howard, Managing Editor, iTreasurer