Susan E. Skerritt recently joined the Chicago-based treasury management consulting firm as Partner. Ms. Skerritt will oversee the expansion of the firm’s east coast consulting practice, which will consist of domestic and international corporate treasury consulting and treasury consulting to banks, securities firms and the U.S. operations of foreign multinationals. She joins Treasury Strategies from Morgan Stanley, where she was a principal and had global responsibility for Morgan Stanley’s bank, insurance and pension custodial relationships. Prior to that, she was director of Morgan Stanley Global Cash Management, where she oversaw the creation of treasury management functions in Hong Kong, Beijing and Bombay, and the expansion of treasury activities in New York, London and Tokyo. Ms. Skerritt is an officer and director of the Treasury Management Association. She also serves as a trustee of Hamilton College.
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